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- Ahoy news mates!
Welcome to the News Cruise!
Or here's some more news about us, Some More News.
It's been a whole year since we last addressed
the self-perpetuated hero complex that is QAnon,
otherwise known as the rare Reversed Ouroboros,
an ever-growing serpent that vomits its own testes.
So, happy anniversary, you guys, what did you get me?
Oh, the original video has been removed
due to a copyright strike, okay.
Well, in that case, here's a sweet gift for you called,
Oh Dear God We Have To Revisit QAnon?
Can't The Sun Explode Instead?
Why can't it be both?
So, just to recap, QAnon is a far-right conspiracy theory
that Donald Trump, a President somehow,
is quietly fighting a secret plot by the deep state
to harbor a probably-satanic ring
of underground child sex traffickers
consisting of high-level politicians and Hollywood elites
who all conveniently are politically opposed
to Donald Trump specifically.
Their only evidence of this,
besides countless Twitter photos covered in red circles,
is a series of anonymous posts on 4chan,
an anonymous forum with a long history of credibility,
by someone calling themselves Q,
and claiming to be working within the Government.
From this, what some would describe as flimsy foundation
grew a depressingly large structure of memes
and social media hearsay, doing their best to wrap tendrils
around any available straw in the hopes of preventing
the shoddy theory from toppling down.
And thanks to a little mainstream support,
those (beep) tendrils grew thick,
somehow keeping the whole worthless husk
rolling like a dead owl in a concrete mixer.
(transition music)
In other words, it's a collection of Trump supporters
who know, in their deepest of cores,
that our President lied about draining the swamp,
and is in fact, bad at his job and very corrupt.
But have managed to shield their egos from embarrassment
by jumping on an elaborate explanation
that conveniently justifies their support
in the face of an obvious scam from an obvious conman.
And when you mix this with actual news stories
of sex trafficking and high-profile sexual predators,
they can easily merge their wild theory with reality
and declare it a victory.
Specifically, the case of Jeffrey Epstein
and the depressing invigoration it gave QAnon
despite being overwhelmingly incriminating
for the President hero they claim
is Neoing the entire world.
We're certainly going to get to that,
and how the morning we filmed this,
Epstein was found dead in his cell
after failing to kill himself weeks before.
But for the sake of this initial recap,
just imagine building an elaborate narrative of conspiracies
to justify why it was okay that you gave $1,000
to an email scammer.
That's basically what QAnon is.
And the denial itself has turned into
its own cottage industry, with various grifters
selling Q-themed products to the easily dupable masses.
Like how great for scam artists that all their best marks
have agreed to congregate in one place?
And we know they're just insatiable marks
because of all the times this dingus horde
has been hilariously wrong about their Q-themed predictions.
Instead of detailing every single one,
we'll just put a list on the screen of all the dates
that QAnon said there was going to be mass arrests,
or some kind of exposure of Trump's enemies
in the deep state, or just anything happening at all.
Only to have nothing happen, at all.
Like sometimes Q will literally just post
that something, anything, will occur on a certain date,
and somehow still be wrong.
Other times it'll post extremely specific things,
like Mark Zuckerberg stepping down from Facebook,
and will be extremely, specifically wrong.
It really doesn't matter what kind of wrong QAnon will be,
because it's every kind of wrong every time.
Constantly wrong, all the time.
(upbeat dramatic music)
And while it has lost some true believers because of that,
it amazingly has yet to stop existing.
Because like any good scam, there's a built-in justification
for why it's so clearly a scam
that saves the people getting scammed
from admitting that they're scammed.
And that is the motto Trust The Plan,
seen here on a snazzy long sleeve T, which basically means
that despite Q having failed to predict anything, ever,
it's all a part of an elaborate plan that we must trust.
So to recap, QAnon, the belief
that Donald Trump's incompetence
is all a part of an elaborate game of 7D chess,
believes that Q's own incompetence
is also part of an elaborate game of 7D chess.
Because this is definitely what rational people think.
Rational people like Bill Mitchell,
who explained away the QAnon (beep) show by tweeting
"If they are ever inaccurate it is because plans change."
See, that, that's all.
It's not that QAnon is just blindly ass-pulling
these predictions of Trump's imminent strike
on a secret cabal of pedophiles and satanists,
or that Trump is just an obvious buffoon
who is way too old and racist and can't even spell words
and seems to attract sex criminals
and is openly one himself,
but rather that Trump just keeps pushing the date
as part of his elaborate plan that's ever changing.
- Whenever President Trump does something
that you can't understand or I can't understand,
I always try to give it a few days,
because his actions don't always make sense at first
but if you give it a few days and look into it
and do some research, it always makes sense in the end,
this man's brilliance.
The plan has been in place for 20 years.
- I mean sure, prosecution of sex trafficking
has gone significantly down since he became President
and it was his own Labor Secretary,
you know, the guy that gave sex trafficker
Jeff Epstein an extremely good deal back in 2007
resulting in only 13 months of jail time
for sex trafficking.
Anyway, it was that guy who plans to cut funds
for combating trafficking by 80%.
All of that, but you gotta trust the plan
that changes 10 to 20 to 50 times
before things will happen, you know?
Trump, seen here eye (beep) women at a 1992 party
with Jeffrey Epstein the child sex trafficker,
is just waiting for the right time to strike.
Hey, let's watch for a second.
Let's watch Donald Trump totally playing 7D chess
back in 1992 by groping women at a party
that he had with Jeffrey Epstein, the child sex trafficker.
(upbeat music)
It sure seems like our President is a sex criminal,
but whatever, let's just keep having him as our President.
Or maybe, this is all part of his 20-year long plan
to catch these pedophiles.
- The mainstream media never would have covered
Jeffrey Epstein's arrest, if they couldn't align him
with President Trump.
And having Alex Acosta,
who has been aligned with Jeffrey Epstein
and it looks like covered up for Jeffrey Epstein,
that enabled the mainstream media to attack Trump
due to Jeffrey Epstein's arrest
and that forced the mainstream media
to cover Jeffrey Epstein's arrest.
- You see, Trump got involved with Epstein back in 1992
because he knew that 30 years later
when he became President,
the media would try to attack him
by connecting him to Epstein, thus taking Epstein down
and exposing the child prostitution ring
that Trump was absolutely not involved in himself
but knew about, but also let happen for 30 years.
And in fact, documents reveal
that some of the underage girls
were recruited by Epstein at Mar-a-Lago,
Donald Trump's favorite place that he owns.
And then, this just in on the morning we filmed this,
Jeffrey Epstein after being put on suicide watch
was taken off suicide watch and is now dead
by allegedly, suicide, making it way more difficult
for his victims to achieve any sort of justice
or for the many wealthy elite child (beep)
that were involved with Epstein, to face justice.
It's so brilliant that it,
that it's not.
Anyway, this is the level of denial we are dealing with,
which is probably why Q supporters
can eat pounds of blatant (beep)
and somehow not vomit it back up.
Like did you hear that JFK Jr. is not only alive
and living under the fake name Vincent Fusca,
but going to reveal himself on Trump's July 4th event?
But if you need all them deets,
here's a nearly two hour video
with over 130,000 views explaining it.
There are also several tutorials teaching people
how to make JFK Jr. masks for the event,
which if you are keeping up with the news,
didn't feature the return of JFK Jr..
But that's okay,
trust the plan, guys.
Wail on that Subscribe button.
Also buy these shirts about how JFK Jr. faked his death,
and is the Jason Bourne of Q.
They make great gifts for your grandkids,
you isolated and vulnerable person you.
And be sure to check out Adam Sandler's new film
"Murder Mystery", which heavily features the letter Q
monogrammed on pillows and is therefore connected
and hiding QAnon clues in plain sight.
It certainly couldn't be that these scenes take place
at the home of a wealthy character named Quince .
Here's my point, QAnon is obviously a sad grift
aimed at the most susceptible Trump supporters out there.
We don't need to spend all day digging through the theories
and explaining how very clearly wrong they all are.
What I'd rather focus on are the people enabling
and profiting from them.
The ones using the Q hogwash to either make a quick buck
or gain favor with this fringe conservative group.
Because the idea that this is just a harmless collection
of dupes isn't true.
It's easy to laugh at them.
But there are real, disturbing consequences
as this chunk of Americans drift further and further away
from reality and into cult status.
When the leather jackets over at Vice
looked into personal stories of relationships
with QAnon believers, as well as joined
the various QAnon Facebook groups,
they found the majority of stories
either involved lonely boomers
complaining about their families
or people clearly suffering from mental illness or PTSD.
When QAnon believers show up in the news
it's usually due to some sad crime,
like this guy who killed his brother
because he thought he was a lizard man,
or that mob boss murderer drawing Q symbols in court
and claiming that he killed specifically for Trump.
I know that's all anecdotal evidence, but at this point,
it's really hard to imagine a rational person
being able to ride the Q train
considering that it's so far off the rails
it's now hurtling through outer space.
When James Comey used the #FiveJobsIveHad hashtag
in one of his tweets,
Q supporters took the first letters of his list, G, V, C,
S, F, and decided that it was a hidden acronym
for no reason before matching it to the only Google result,
the Grass Valley Charter School Foundation,
and then promptly causing so much conspiracy hype
around their next event that it had to be canceled.
This (beep) is unstable.
Because since there are some people
who are never going to leave
no matter how many arrest deadlines get missed or how many
over-the-top predictions fail miserably, every time!
There is now a growing murmur by these people
about taking matters into their own hands.
- They need to do it before 2020
because I believe if he doesn't then he's gonna lose support
and people are just gonna get fed up
and honestly, people will start taking to the streets.
I mean, I'm running now to physically
go to John Podesta's house and drag him out of his house.
- [Man] Well, I'm all for citizen arrests at this point.
- And so I'm I, and that's why people are,
it's just this has dragged on for too long,
we need to start seeing arrests of the real criminals
and I just pray to God that they happen really soon
because if they don't, I think that
so much is coming out about the sex trafficking,
and what they do to kids,
we are gonna start seeing vigilante justice
and that could get really dangerous
and that could cause a civil war in this country.
- Yeah guys, with all of that evidence
consisting of anonymous posts on social media sites,
it's sure weird that nothing is actually happening,
the logical conclusion being that we clearly must start
dragging people out of their homes,
because of all the evidence.
Also, here's a hit list of Obama-era officials
posted by a dude with the Punisher logo as his icon.
No big deal, nothing to worry about,
totally normal and good.
And also the Department of Homeland Security
just gutted its domestic terrorism team,
everything is doing just great.
This is the powder keg in which Q currently resides.
And along with being volatile it is extremely susceptible,
which is probably why there are so many people
fanning the flames in exchange for neat blood bucks,
also known as The Great Awakgriftning.
Hey you, do you like having your walls plastered
with conspiracy-born gibberish
but simply don't have the time to cobble together
miles of twine into an elaborate web
of thumb-tacked photos and scribblings?
Well, luckily there's not one, but two,
no, not two but three, no, actually four,
not four but five, or maybe six,
QAnon deep state maps that you can purchase for your wall.
This website seems to be offering a seventh
but is also asking for our email to even look at it,
which we're just not going to bother
even making a dummy account for,
because when you're the true believer
to what would be the biggest conspiracy known to mankind,
you're going to need a commemorative coin
to kickstart that revolution for the low, low price of $17.
And yes, while there are multiple coins to choose from,
that first Q-coin is the only one you can get
from Jordan Sather, a real thinker,
seen here boasting about drinking chlorine dioxide,
something he regularly does,
and also the host of "Destroying The Illusion",
a YouTube channel where he mostly just recaps
unsubstantiated tweets like he's reading
newspapers headlines.
- I've got some tweets loaded up here to share with you.
Links will be below, things you can research for yourself.
I've got some hit pieces on Q in the mainstream media
that we'll also take a look at, and let's do it.
So, first of all though,
shout out to the sponsor of this channel in VirtualShield.
- Oh yeah, also shout out to his sponsor
for sponsoring that.
Boy, oh boy you guys,
we haven't even talked about the "QAnon" book,
a bestseller written by, and this is real life,
twelve co-authors, including Scorpio Patriot, SpaceShot76,
Radix, SerialBrain2,
and Liberty Lioness.
The final name revealing herself
to be a self-described 70-year-old boomer lady
in her chapter titled "The Power Of Memes".
This book was in the top 60 on Amazon,
and it was apparently just cobbled together
from message board posts.
Here's an excerpt that reads, quote:
"Have you ever watched a Michael Jordan basketball match
"where at money time everyone expects him to shoot the ball,
"but he finally does not?
"The coach intentionally keeps him on court
"to trigger a forced double team on him
"so that the real shooter can be wide open.
"The coach has a predetermined strategy
"and then picks his final shooter
"from a wide variety of players.
A period, and then the word video, and another period.
(breathes deeply)
It is hard, deeply, deeply difficult,
to have faith in the intelligence of humanity
when this book exists and is a best seller.
But it is, and good for them, and good luck to them,
because the co-authors in the group
are currently in their own personal battle
about how far they should take the grift.
Some of them refusing to approve an audiobook version,
which according to one of the authors, is in high demand
because so many of their readers are too old to see.
Seriously, seriously this is our world, our whole world,
because it's not just the United States
that are using QAnon as a meaty con,
one far-right German nonfascist group is using Q imagery
to push their agenda on social media.
A conservative politician in Canada
is sharing QAnon YouTube videos.
And then of course there's Russia,
who probably is responsible for the entirety of Q's posts
and has used 2,848 troll accounts
to push QAnon theories from the start.
Remember that conspiracy about the DNC murdering Seth Rich?
You know, the one that Sean Hannity and Fox News
pushed on their programming until the Rich family sued them?
The baseless conspiracy theory that thanks to Fox News,
a lot of people still believe?
Well, it turns out that,
according to the U.S. federal prosecutor
in charge of Rich's case, that conspiracy theory
was created and planted by Russian trolls.
Good job Fox,
you news station
that is somehow still legally allowed
to call yourself the news, you.
Way to have all the journalistic fact-checking
of a racist grandpa too old to see.
- At the same time we have this very strange story now
of this young man who worked
with Democratic National Committee
who apparently was assassinated at four in the morning
having given WikiLeaks something like 23,000,
I mean, I'm sorry 53,000 emails and 17,000 attachments.
Nobody's investigating that.
- Thank you, Newt,
a person we should still be allowing on television.
And that brings me to our next juicy segment:
Qnablers Who Should Be Qshamed Of Themselves.
So, imagine that you're a news dude, or a dudette of course,
and you're trying to show that our President's
recent executive order has credible support.
So, you go to Twitter and find credible accounts
to put on your extremely popular news show.
One would presume you checked to see what other things
those accounts have tweeted in the past,
and perhaps even taken a moment to glance
at the names on those accounts, right?
The names that appear above every one of their tweets.
You are, after all, giving these random people
a huge signal boost while displaying them
as credible opinions.
I'm just making sure we're all on the same page
before this happens.
- Another Twitter user chiming in, saying,
"Do not for a second underestimate
"the significance of this executive order.
"Thank you President for reestablishing
"and preserving free speech rights for all students."
- I feel like I've been sarcastically saying this a lot,
but oh good job there Fox News,
way to make a major QAnon conspiracy peddler named QAnon76,
squee over your name drop,
you absolutely non-corrosive, not-sludge
that shouldn't be abolished.
Because it would be one thing, if we were talking about
a small group of internet nut jobs here, sad and isolated,
and in desperate need for community and help,
though they may be.
But this is an ever-growing sycophantic
and bad (beep) conspiracy based on,
and I can't stress this enough,
absolutely no credible evidence.
And it's being supported by major positions in our media
and government up to and including the (beep) President.
In a sane world, anyone who gives it credence
would be intervened and removed from power,
and yet we now have several lawmakers
openly promoting QAnon, one in South Carolina,
and the other currently running for office in Florida.
And while that first person eventually walked it back,
you know, after the damage had been done,
the dude running in Florida actually has a QAnon section
of his campaign website that simply reads,
and again, this is real life, "Who is Q?"
The answer of course being:
a completely anonymous source on a racist message board
that has zero credibility or sourcing,
is perpetually incorrect, and is being propped up
as a shield against the obvious reality
that our President isn't very good.
There, I answered your question,
serious political candidate.
So, maybe now you can take the page down
and perhaps also your entire campaign.
It's actually the least surprising that Trump himself
has boosted QAnon on multiple occasions because he's like
dumb, and generally seems to have no idea
what he's doing or what he's about to do at any given moment
and just gloms on to whatever is in front of him
despite the implications, whether it be some racist slogan
or an adorable conspiracy baby.
- Let them dislike, but actually they respect us
that's more important.
Look at that beautiful baby, look at that beautiful baby,
what a baby!
What a baby!
(crowd cheering)
That is a beautiful baby!
That's like from an advertisement, perfect.
Look how happy that baby is.
So beautiful, thank you darling, that's really nice.
- In fairness, that baby being used as a prop
for a volatile conspiracy theory
around child sex trafficking is a very beautiful baby.
Great baby-spotting, Mr. President.
But again, not surprising if he didn't even notice
the big stupid Q onesie.
Because not only does Trump have zero need to do anything
to make QAnon snowball any more than it is,
but honestly, he might not be aware of it at all.
And the fact that lyin' Sanders, one of the liars,
specifically addressed Q,
saying that the President is aware of, and condemns QAnon.
- [Reporter] Two quickies about last night in Tampa,
first of all does the President encourage the support
of people who showed up last night
in these QAnon and Blacks for Trump fringe groups?
- On the first part, the President condemns and denounces
any group that would insight violence
against another individual and certainly doesn't support
groups that would promote that type of behavior.
- Just makes me think even more
that he absolutely doesn't know what they are.
The people I'd much rather call out
for their playful Q-curiousness,
Quriousness, are the ones that don't already have
1,000 impeachable offenses on the back-burner.
People who, when the dust settles,
need to be condemned by their own party
and 100% (beep) off, for the rest of time.
They got Notch, 'cause of course they did.
Also in the no (beep) bucket are celebrities
James Woods and Roseanne Barr.
Then there's Curt (beep) Schilling for some reason.
But the scariest show of support has to be
the click bait reaction to the Epstein arrest,
an actual wealthy sex trafficker with ties to Hollywood.
Despite Epstein not being on QAnon's radar
until he was already exposed to the public, weird,
this can easily be seen as a validation.
So when New York Magazine posts headlines like this,
they should absolutely be ashamed of themselves.
And probably apologize for it.
And not just because it's on the section
of their magazine called Intelligencer.
Because the answer there is no, New York Magazine,
QAnon wasn't right.
In fact, they aren't even right
about the people who we know are rapists.
You've probably seen this photo on Twitter or social media
of Bill Clinton with a woman claimed to be Rachel Chandler
flying on Epstein's Lolita Express.
And while the Lolita Express absolutely had Clinton listed
as a passenger in the flight log books about 26 times,
that specific picture, when looked at
through a five-second Google image search,
is from a 2009 Gawker article about Bill Clinton
on another billionaire womanizer's jet, Ron Burkle.
It doesn't change the point being made about ol' rapey Bill,
and in fact, adds to it because Burkle
is an entirely different scandal.
But it's important to note that nowhere in that article,
or any article anywhere, does it state
that woman is Rachel Chandler,
a real person who QAnon is now targeting
as an accomplice to the sex trafficking cabal
despite having no factual connection whatsoever.
They're taking an actual news story
and tracing it over with misinformation
so that they can credit themselves for it
and get the added bonus of terrorizing a woman.
Pizzagate booster, Mike Cernovich
who lies about not boosting Pizzagate,
is already taking credit for the arrest
by saying it was his courtroom win
that unsealed the Epstein files, while ignoring the fact
that it was actually a case by The New York Times
that unsealed the files.
It's the journalism brag equivalent of, I loosened it first,
but by someone who didn't even touch
the metaphorical pickle jar.
Cut the (beep), Mike!
And according to documents filed by the victim's lawyer,
Cernovich's move to unseal the files
was an attempt to intimidate the victim
as a proxy for Alan Dershowitz
who has been named as being involved
in Jeffrey Epstein's child sex ring.
So cut the (beep) Mike, into little slices,
and eat it, eat the (beep) up.
There's this real pedophile sex trafficker
who is now dead somehow,
who had links to many very powerful people
who deserve to be exposed,
one of which is probably our President,
another of which is an ex-President,
who said he'd only been on Epstein's plane a couple times,
when it was 26.
And QAnon is going to completely delude the narrative
with their (beep).
And attention-hungry news sites are going to let them.
And considering the dark hole we've explored today,
that these are, by all accounts,
confused, lonely, and mentally ill people
who are becoming increasingly violent and unstable.
It's a cult, united across the internet,
all centered around this guy, and that's just,
it's super wrong, this is all very wrong.
And I hate it, and you should hate it too.
And someone should do something about it.
And, I don't know what, but if you have a family member
or a friend that believes this stuff don't give up on them,
no matter how frustrating it is,
because once they're fully isolated from reality,
it'll get worse for them.
And if you have a,
maybe you don't talk to a family member or a friend
because of this stuff anymore,
maybe you've cut them off,
maybe give 'em a call, it'll probably be very frustrating,
but you're better than Q, we are better than Q.
Also it's weird they're cutting the budget
for sex trafficking by 80%.
Okay, see ya.
(upbeat music)
(paper tearing)
Hi, everybody, thanks for watching the video.
A moment ago, the President of the United States
retweeted a conspiracy theory that the Epstein thing
that happened was because of the Clintons
the Clintons did it.
And it's gonna get worse, and he's gonna keep doing it,
and I just don't know, this video will come out
a week or so after this.
Okay, thanks for watching.
Make sure to check out our podcast "Even More News",
and like an subscribe on the channel,
and tell the Q people in the comments
that they're wrong and you can help them.
And check out our teepublic.com/user/somemorenews
the link is in the description, Patreon.
- [Woman] Want some water?
- Kinda. (woman laughs)


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