At the time of the invasion of the U.S. Capitol building, the mainstream media reported and continues to push the idea, that the people doing the invading were not just Make America Great Again and President Trump supporters, but followers of the internet source of breadcrumbs and inside information known as Q.
Who exactly Q is, or how many people posting as Q is unknown, but what Q did and does when the posts surface, is leave tidbits of information and encourages followers to research for themselves what has gone on in the past to get us to where we are today as a nation. The people who do this research, and then post what they find on anonymous chat boards, are known as anons. Hence, the smear term “Qanon” coming from mainstream media sources calling the posts a “conspiracy theory” as if it weren’t real.
That being the case, it was rather curious to find out that the guy wearing the Viking horns on January 6 – who had been seen at Antifa and Black Lives Matter riots, but never at a MAGA event – was identified as being a “Qanon follower.”
Angeli told VICE News earlier this month he was “not worried at all” about the pending investigation into him. “I’m quite proud of my participation,” Angeli said at the time. “I’d like to think I was an observer of history being made right in front of me.”
Since then, however, Angeli has changed his tune. “He felt like he was betrayed by the president,” Angeli’s attorney Al Watkins, who has also represented the St. Louis gun couple, told the AP. Watkins said in a statement to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that his client wants to talk about “whether the words of former President Trump were understood by Mr. Chansley to be nothing short of an invitation to go to the Capitol with the President to ‘fight like hell.’”
Since the vast majority of the crowd in Washington, D.C., on January 6 did NOT storm the Capitol Building along with Chansley/Angeli and all the people they were with, there’s a darn good chance he “misunderstood” the president’s words…if he was actually listening to them.
In the meantime, the mainstream media and more are doubling down on their efforts to discredit the anonymous postings of Q on the chat board 8kun as “baseless” and more.
Why would they bother if it was?