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Bizarre ‘QAnon’ conspiracy theory emerges at Trump rally

President Donald Trump’s political rally in Florida on Tuesday night converted into a coming-out party for example of the extremely bizarre conspiracy theories to emerge throughout his presidency.

Throughout the broadcast, Fox News (a common network to stream the president’s rally are now living in its entirety) kept catching attendees in the crowd holding signs stating “We’re also Q” and wearing T-shirts adorned using the letter “Q.” One attendee can be heard shouting to CNN reporter Jim Acosta to ask Trump about QAnon.

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