former guy still pimps his biggest fabrication while really holed up in the White House?
Trump still pimps the Big Lie, because only Mr. Bigly Orange could be hiding in a hitherto-unaccounted-for room in the White House. After all, isn’t Trump a National Treasure, and might he really be somewhere still in the White House, pursuing that Matrix-greenscreen version of Biden. Because Neo-liberalism is about marginalization, not culture wars.
Images, video footage, eye-witness accounts and expert analysis show that President Joe Biden gave an in-person interview and did not use a green screen. https://t.co/yvdk0NRD8Y
— PolitiFact (@PolitiFact) March 19, 2021
“Donald J. Trump’s biggest fabrication, Election Fraud” pic.twitter.com/NiFzopXc3k
— Andrew Feinberg (@AndrewFeinberg) March 20, 2021
This doesn’t seem that surprising or unusual, and certainly not unique to Philly. Eg, https://t.co/kY3aMzdvdl
— matt blaze (@mattblaze) March 20, 2021
Is this like in National Treasure, where you need colored lenses to read the otherwise hidden message in the text? https://t.co/tUCqRJENUb
— Yoni Appelbaum (@YAppelbaum) December 6, 2019
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha…taking a breath…hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
— John Watson (@JohnWatson2004) March 20, 2021
Broke: museum removes trump statue because it gets punched
Woke: museum charges 5$ a person to punch a wax statue of trump
— Min-Wage🏽Printer Mage 🧙🏾♂️ (@SoyCoffeeArt) March 19, 2021
Because it makes sense to see QAnon as a PR stunt by an art dealer.
Unmasked: man behind cult set to replace QAnon https://t.co/00jbyCSNQM
— Guardian news (@guardiannews) March 20, 2021
The mysterious individual behind a new and rapidly growing online disinformation network targeting followers of QAnon, the far-right cult, can be revealed as a Berlin-based artist with a history of social media manipulation, a prominent anti-racism group claims.
Since Donald Trump left the White House, QAnon’s vast online community has been in a state of flux as it comes to terms with the reality that its conspiracy theories – such as the former US president being destined to defeat a cabal of Satan-worshipping paedophiles – amount to nothing..
That may explain why significant numbers have turned to a new far-right network, found mostly on the Telegram messaging app, that is growing quickly in the UK and globally and has amassed more than one million subscribers so far this year.