QAnon has found a home among wellness influencers - and new audiences, says reporter - 2020-09-05

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F182.png QAnon has found a home among wellness influencers - and new audiences, says reporter September 5, 2020, CBC Radio

The QAnon conspiracy has made its way into online communities led by wellness and alternative medicine influencers, according to one reporter.

Now, social media users who wouldn't seek out such fringe content are discovering it through Instagram and Twitter feeds dedicated to health.

QAnon is a right-wing conspiracy group that believes that so-called deep-state traitors are plotting against U.S. President Donald Trump. Some of its self-professed members also believe a cabal of pedophiles are running a child sex trafficking ring.

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