Michael Flynn's Niece Julia Forgets Words to National Anthem at QAnon-Friendly Conference

The niece of disgraced former general Michael Flynn appeared to forget the words to the national anthem while singing at a QAnon-friendly conference in Frisco, Texas.

Video of the event showed Julia Flynn take to the stage at the Elevate Life Church to perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" to a crowd of thousands on December 10.

But, as Julia Flynn worked her way through the national anthem it appeared as if she forgot the lyrics.

She appeared to sing "came through, through the night," when the lyrics are "gave proof through the night that our flag was still there."

The apparent error was also noted by others, who went on to share their thoughts on social media.

Former GOP lawyer Ron Filipkowski tweeted on Saturday: "What better way to kick of the QAnon conference of 'patriots' in Dallas this weekend than messing up the words to the Star Bangled Banner? This line is supposed to be: 'Gave proof through the night, that our flag was still there."

Another commenter added: "Perfectly on-brand for the MAGA 'patriots' to screw up the lyrics to the Star-Spangled Banner."

Between December 9, and December 11, the controversial "ReAwaken America Tour" included speakers who previously attended QAnon-linked conferences, as well as anti-vaccine activists.

Those speaking at the event included Trump-endorsed Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers and Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem, who were among several Republican lawmakers that attended a QAnon conference in Las Vegas earlier this year.

The Republicans joined Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn on a panel on Friday where the three said, in response to a question, they wanted the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency disbanded.

On Thursday afternoon, John Chambers, host of the American Media Periscope, concluded his segment by asking the crowd to chant the QAnon-associated phrase "WWG1WGA" [where we go one we go all].

Andrew Wakefield, who was a major figure in promoting the discredited link between the MMR vaccine and autism, also appeared at the conference.

The "Reawaken America Tour" is part of a series of events that have provided a platform to QAnon-linked figures, vaccine skeptics and conspiracy theorists who believe there was widespread fraud during the 2020 Presidential Election.

At a November 13 event at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, QAnon icon Michael Flynn called for the U.S. to have only one religion.

In a speech, he said: "If we are going to have one nation under God, which we must, we have to have one religion. One nation under God and one religion under God."

Cornerstone Church later issued a statement on November 16 where it distanced itself from the tour, which read: "This past week, Cornerstone Church facilities were used by an outside organization. Cornerstone Church is not associated with this organization and does not endorse their views."

Newsweek has contacted the organizers of the "Reawaken America Tour" for comment.

Julia Flynn singing the national anthem
Julia Flynn, niece of disgraced former general Michael Flynn, at the Elevate Life Church in Frisco, Texas, on Friday, December 10. The singer appeared to forget the words to the national anthem. ThriveTimeShow