‘I Miss My Mom’: Children Of QAnon Believers Are Desperately Trying To Deradicalize Their Own Parents | HuffPost

The 19-year-old started to notice changes in his mother’s behavior around the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. She had always been a nervous woman: She stopped flying after 9/11 and had hovered closely to Sam and his two younger siblings for their entire lives. But during the COVID-19 crisis, his mom’s paranoia spiraled from quirky to deranged. It has turned her into someone he hardly recognizes.

‘I Miss My Mom’: Children Of QAnon Believers Are Desperately Trying To Deradicalize Their Own Parents | HuffPost

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Just like a cancer gene, some memes are just as deadly.

I don’t know much about AQnon, but it certainly sounds like a cult or “religion”.

Seems like they take legitimate questions, and ride them off into absurdity.

For example, the existence of a “Deep State” of bureaucrats is a demonstrated fact. They control a lot of power inside the Gooferment. Maybe more than any President or politician.

But that doesn’t put them in league with the Devil?

Epstein and his “lolita express” had some “interesting” passengers to his private island of young girls. And certainly, that needs some “sunshine”. But it doesn’t mean that every politician and or bureaucrat is a pedophile.

Memes can just a destructive as drugs especially those with too much time on their hands.

They should go do some charity work and get off the computer.

imho

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