Facebook cracked down on QAnon illuminated, Trump refuses to disown them

0
8
Facebook cracked down on QAnon illuminated, Trump refuses to disown them


Facebook has deleted more than 800 groups belonging to this web movement convinced that Donald Trump is fighting the occult pedophile forces of the deep state


Supporters of Donald Trump, August 15 in Portland, with a “Q” flag of the QAnon movement.


© Abigail Dollins / Statesman Day / SIPA
Supporters of Donald Trump, August 15 in Portland, with a “Q” flag of the QAnon movement.


COMPLOT – Facebook has deleted more than 800 groups belonging to this web movement convinced that Donald Trump is fighting the occult pedophile forces of the deep state They are convinced that Donald Trump is protecting the world of the satanist and pedophile elites of the “Deep state” (Deep state). On Wednesday, Facebook announced that it had banned or imposed restrictions on thousands of far-right accounts, notably linked to the “QAnon” movement, a set of conspiracy theories mainly propagated by supporters of the US president. Who refused to disavow the movement, saying “appreciate” these supports, while a candidate riding this wave won a primary in Georgia and is expected to be elected to Congress in November.

“We have seen movements grow which, even if they do not directly organize violence, celebrate violent acts, show they have weapons and suggest they will use them, or have fans susceptible to violent behavior. “, Explains the Californian group in a press release. Facebook also attacks “anarchist groups that encourage violence in protests” and US-based militias.

Users will be able to continue posting content that supports QAnon, as long as they don’t violate any platform regulations, which will “restrict their ability to organize”. The social media giant has removed nearly 800 groups, 100 pages and 1,500 advertisements directly related to this movement on its main platform. He also took steps to reduce the reach of more than 10,000 Instagram accounts and nearly 2,000 groups and 440 Facebook pages, such as limiting recommendations, demoting them on news feeds, making them harder to find, prevent them from advertising or selling products. Twitter had already been rife at the end of July.

Trump ‘unfamiliar with’ the movement but ‘appreciates’ its support

QAnon was born on 4chan, an anonymous forum renowned for its far-right networks and its role in spreading conspiratorial ideas in 2017. A mysterious user who goes by the name “Q Clearance Patriot”, a reference at the level of “Q” security that allows a US government employee to access top-secret information. He publishes a series of cryptic messages affirming, in summary, that Donald Trump will, with the support of the military, save America from the “Deep State”, these political and financial forces which, according to him, would pull the strings in the shadows for decades. And which would include the Clintons, Obamas, Rothschilds and other members of the global elite.

“I don’t know much (the movement), but from what I understand, they like me a lot, and I appreciate that,” Donald Trump replied at a press conference.

“According to them, you are protecting the world from a cannibalistic and pedophile sect,” relaunches a journalist. “Is that a bad thing?” », Replies the American president. Who had also congratulated the day before the victory of a candidate saying “proudly Islamophobic”. Less than three months before the presidential election, Donald Trump is refocusing more than ever on his most fervent supporters.



LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here