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Video: President Trump Addresses QAnon Movement For the First Time

After being asked about QAnon's belief that Trump is fighting pedophiles and cannibals, President Trump responds: "Is that supposed to be a bad thing?"


President Donald Trump was asked some questions related to the QAnon movement during a press conference Wednesday.  

A reporter asked the president what he thought about the QAnon movement.

Trump responded by admitting that he didn’t know much about the movement but recognized that they are a group that is frustrated with how cities like Portland and Chicago are being run and that they love the country.

President Trump also said that he hears that many of them are supporters of his.

Naturally, that last comment is all the far-left news organizations are now pouncing on.

They’re missing the key part of the press conference though.

In a follow up question, the reporter asked the president:

“At the crux of the theory is this belief that you are secretly saving the world from this satanic cult of pedophiles and cannibals. Does that sound like something that you are behind?”

President Trump’s response was simple: “Is that supposed to be a bad thing?”

The left is so desperate to get rid of President Trump, that they will stretch anything he says until they convince people that it is 'very bad and wrong.'

This is very simple..

President Trump was asked a question about QAnon and he responded in the best way possible, by turning the question back around on the reporter.

As Americans, we should all be asking the same exact question that Trump responded with: "Is that a bad thing?"

President Trump says he agrees with the notion that we need to fight against pedophiles and cannibals, and the news media pounce because he's 'giving credence to a fringe right-wing group.'

The real question is, what are the major news networks and the democrats really afraid of? 

If QAnon is just a silly conspiracy group, why are they so desperate to silence the group?

Why does anything QAnon related get people banned from social media, while wishing death upon the president after his brother passes away trends?


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