(Approaching Infinity) There's been this phenomenon on the internet: QAnon. It's an anonymous 4chan and 8chan poster who alleges to be an insider in some government structure who gives predictions and vague cryptic statements that are often then looked back on and confirmed by real events - at least in interpretation if not in actual fact. It has become a semi-popular phenomenon, but Google Analytics says it's not so popular. Then the Washington Post did a poll in Florida that found that 58% of Floridians were familiar with Q, and 25% held favorable opinions on the Q phenomenon. So, this gets back a question on forum as to the identity of Q. So, first question: Who is behind Q?
A: An "insider" of psyops.
Q: (Niall) It's a disinfo program.
(L) The very fact that the Washington Post is pushing it is a big red flag...
(Niall) It's like a Cyber Bell Witch!
(L) And truth and lies, truth and lies, truth and lies... Well, well, well. Next question.
This didn't come as a massive shock to be honest but I'm glad the C's confirmed it.
Not only Washington Post writes about them but many other MSM outlets too:
The Guardian: What is QAnon? Explaining the bizarre rightwing conspiracy theory
NY Times: What Is QAnon: Explaining the Internet Conspiracy Theory That Showed Up at a Trump Rally
The MSM doesn't write about stuff the Deep State would prefer to keep hidden.