In the three and a half years since a mysterious anonymous 4chan member signing posts with the letter Q appeared, the people who follow the entity have taken a beating in the mainstream media. The people have been accused of being bots, and blindly following the poster even to the point of violence.
Frankly, given the millions who follow(ed) Q for the three years the posts appeared, if violence hasn’t happened by now, it is not going to. Q is/was all about learning to think for oneself, and not blindly following the mainstream media talking heads. The messages never once called for violence. And since Q’s last post was on December 8, claiming that any call for such action by Q to the anons really seems like a desperate smear.
FBI experts distributed a bulletin to Congress earlier this month, which said QAnon conspiracists have expressed frustrations about their predictions not coming true.
The content itself was forcibly removed, actually, and there are alternative messaging vehicles that are giving the followers hope. The fact that we haven’t seen most of what is really going on in the mainstream media is another matter.
This is really pathetic on the part of the FBI and the mainstream media, actually, to smear millions of people who have broken out of the programming molds that imprisoned the nation for entirely too long.