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Don't believe in Q-Anon?
Don't even know what it means?
Well, let's start with what is Q?
Neon has a HUGE primer on Q that you can read here.
It's really good.
Vox also did a big story on Q, and while it has a negative spin against Trump supporters, it does give you some good background on Q which you can read here.
Here's one more that's really good, and trust me worth you time to watch:
Ok, so now with that background you have to understand one more thing….
Q has become famous for having a slogan.
You might have seen these letters and didn't even know what they meant: WWG1WGA
Well, I'm about to tell you.
They stand for Where We Go One, We Go All.
It's the Q motto.
No one left behind.
So when you see WWG1WGA, it's usually code for people who follow Q.
So…..now that you know all of that, what did General Mike Flynn just do?
He posted this video of him taking the Oath on 4th of July and watch how it ends!
Let me tell you something folks....he knew EXACTLY what he was doing when he posted that video.
It was no mistake.
It was no coincidence.
And it wasn't just to be goofy.
I believe he was sending a very clear message.
This isn't just my wild ideas either folks.
Even CNN has written about it:
In a video posted online over the weekend, President Donald Trump's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is seen using phrases and slogans that are hallmarks of the baseless QAnon conspiracy movement. He also tagged his post with a QAnon hashtag.
Followers of QAnon believe there is a "deep state" within the US government that is controlled by a cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles. According to the conspiracy, the cabal is largely run by Democratic politicians and liberal celebrities -- and Trump is trying to take them down.
Flynn posted the 53-second clip to Twitter on Saturday, which was the July Fourth holiday. In the video, Flynn leads a small group in reciting a generic oath of office, the same oath taken by members of Congress. After finishing the oath, Flynn says, "Where we go one, we go all!" His post included the hashtag #TakeTheOath, which he recently added to his Twitter bio as well.
These elements of Flynn's post -- the oath, paired with the catchphrase and hashtag -- are distinctive to the QAnon movement and are used widely by its followers, experts say. Flynn never explicitly mentions QAnon in the video, and his lawyer claims his phrasing is innocuous.
"This is absolutely pro-QAnon," said Mike Rothschild, who recently published a book examining and debunking some of the most prominent conspiracy theories. "It's the same version of the enlistment oath that Q followers have been filming themselves taking for the last week. And the phrase at the end, 'Where we go one, we go all,' is a key catchphrase in the Q mythology."
There are more than 10,500 replies to Flynn's tweet, many from self-identified QAnon supporters who thanked Flynn for his comments, used the same hashtag or posted clips of their own oaths. Flynn's video had been viewed 1.8 million times as of Tuesday, according to Twitter data.
Flynn -- the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency and a retired Army lieutenant general -- is now the most prominent former US official to publicly stoke QAnon conspiracies, even though the movement is based on lies and has been linked to several violent incidents.
There is also a small but growing contingent of Republican political candidates who have been linked to the conspiracy group, and are on the ballot this November. The GOP nominee for US Senate in Oregon openly touts QAnon and posted her own oath-taking video last month. She is a long shot to win, but other QAnon-friendly House candidates are likely headed to Congress.
The Flynn video comes while he is still fighting to wrap up his criminal case. Flynn cemented his position this year as an exonerated hero in the eyes of Trump, senior Republican officials and many right-wing media outlets, after the Justice Department dropped the case against him. These figures have repeatedly praised Flynn's integrity and Trump says he is mulling a pardon.
In the parallel QAnon universe, Flynn is considered a key player and is viewed as a martyr.
"The Q community is really excited by all of this. Flynn is a hugely important figure to them, seen as a warrior who infiltrated the deep state by pretending to plead guilty," Rothschild said. "The video of Flynn actually taking the oath is, to them, total validation that they were right, that Flynn is a warrior who fights for them, and that they can be digital soldiers on his level."