Skip to comments.Why Some People Take Q-Anon's Pedophilia Allegations Seriously
Posted on 10/13/2020 5:40:33 AM PDT by Kaslin
In Billy Joel's rock classic, "You May Be Right," he has the memorable lines:
You may be right
I may be crazy
But it just may be a lunatic you're looking for.
It's too late to fight
It's too late to change me
You may be wrong, but for all I know,
You may be right.
Billy Joel's classic came back to me as everybody seems eager to bash the "Q-Anon" phenomenon these days. In one of Joe Carter's usual feints at the Gospel Coalition, he offers a listicle of things Christians should know about Q. First and foremost, it is "the family of fringe conspiracy theories."
Carolyn Mimbs Nyce at the Atlantic says it is a "new American religion." And you know that if you're writing in the Atlantic, there's no way to be an American religion, new or old, in a good way. While at least acknowledging that concern for child abuse motivates many Q proponents, she goes as far as to say that Q is a "rejection of reason and Enlightenment values."
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Why is the mainstream media even addressing Qanon? All they’re really doing is bringing the existence of Qanon to the general population.
Up till now, only Deep State Conspiracy Theory nerds like me knew what Q was.
Maybe “For what it is worth” would be a better song:
There’s something happening here
But what it is ain’t exactly clear
There’s a man with a gun over there
A-telling me, I got to beware
‘Cuz there is, sure as hell, something going down.
No, I still don’t get it.
Wasn’t there another song about catholic girls.
This means something.
Q draws attention to things the media avoids. Q points out things that normally goes unnoticed and are important in understanding where we are at. We choose to believe what we want and select what we consider fact. Most of what is on Q I think of as over the top. However there are many things worth thinking about.
It can hardly be considered a conspiracy. If it is, is it a conspiracy of one? The most amazing thing about the Q conspiracy is what is said about Q. The media and the libs hate Q because they cannot control it. They control all of our major media sources but not Q.
The media always seems to fixate on the pedophilia ring thing as if that is what all of the Q stuff is about. Its obvious that they are attempting to discredit Q in the minds of the general public.
I personally remain skeptical of the whole Q thing, but the medias attempts to minimize it keeps me watching.
As I posted Sunday morning during our formerly favorite show formerly know to us as CBS Sunday Morning:
That The Jane Pauley Show found it necessary to take on QAnon, for as many minutes as they give their cover story, mentioning pedophilia accusations more than once gives you pause.
The Left does not want *any* limits on sexual conduct.
Pope Francis seems to be moving in that direction: “Sins of the flesh are the lightest sins. Because the flesh is weak."
Francis concentrates on sins involving money, because he leans toward Marxism.
That’s Billy Joel, I think.
Or is it?
Do you remember when the media had wall-to-wall [live in fear] coverage re: NK?
Do you remember when Hawaii 'accidentally' sounded the incoming missile alarm?
NK no longer a nuclear threat?
China seeking NK commitment to fire short[long]-range ballistic missile(s) pre_election?
What are [they] so afraid of?
So the pedophiles are going after the Q-Pedophiles how charming. May anyone that hurts children burn in hell.
I like the Joe Walsh lyrics in this context
They say I’m crazy but have a good time
I’m just looking for clues at the scene of the crime.
Them things are just wrong.
Sharks. Sharks is the thing.
They don't sneak into the house and hide.
Bro, maybe you're not aware.
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