QAnon Claims Virtual White House Set Proves Joe Biden Is 'Fake President'

QAnon followers were sent into a frenzy after seeing photos of the virtual White House set used by President Joe Biden, claiming it proves he is "a fake" leader.

On Telegram, QAnon accounts shared and commented on the stage in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building (EEOB) in Washington, D.C. claiming it was a movie set and that, somehow, former President Donald Trump was still in control.

John Sabal (aka QAnon John) shared a picture of the set on his Telegram account and said those who saw President Biden on TV were "watching a movie."

In an October 6 post shared with his 69,630 followers, Sabal said: "In case you needed any more proof you are definitely watching a movie with a fake 'president.'

"Look no further. I challenge you to find me one picture like this while Trump was at the White House...I'll wait."

His post alone had been viewed more than 17,800 times and amassed some 100 comments as of Thursday afternoon.

Many QAnon followers underneath Sabal's post agreed with him and believed that Trump was somehow still in charge of the country.

But, several others queried why positions unpopular to Republicans and libertarians, such as vaccine mandates, would be passed if Trump was somehow still in power.

The reason Biden uses this bizarre virtual set for televised meetings—and not an actual room like East Room, Cabinet, Oval, Roosevelt, Sit Room, etc.—is because it allows him to read a script directly from a face-on monitor (& w/out teleprompter glass that can be seen on camera). https://t.co/Uc4Ly9kL7T

— Stephen Miller (@StephenM) October 6, 2021

The White House set, which includes a digital monitor showing the Rose Garden in bloom, has been mocked by conservative figures, including former President Trump's ex-senior advisor, Stephen Miller.

In an October 6 tweet, Miller said: "The reason Biden uses this bizarre virtual set for televised meetings—and not an actual room like East Room, Cabinet, Oval, Roosevelt, Sit Room, etc.—is because it allows him to read a script directly from a face-on monitor (& w/out teleprompter glass that can be seen on camera)."

Located just west of the White House, the EEOB South Court Auditorium is frequently used for news events and photo ops.

The virtual White House set is located in the EEOB's South Court Auditorium and has been used by President Biden on several occasions, including getting his COVID-19 booster shot on September 27.

Former President Trump also made use of the South Court Auditorium while in office, most notably when he signed a series of executive orders aimed at lowering the cost of prescription drug prices on July 24, 2020.

Many QAnon followers have believed President Biden is not actually in control of the country and have desperately looked for any clues to back up their unfounded claims.

In June, a number of QAnon followers claimed they could see former President Trump in a reflection of a window in a photo posted on the POTUS Instagram page that showed President Biden in the Oval Office.

Other QAnon followers believe President Biden is indeed in control of the White House, but that he won the 2020 election via widespread election fraud.

These unfounded claims have not been proven and a recent audit of Maricopa County, in Arizona, failed to turn up widespread cases of election fraud.

QAnon is an unfounded conspiracy theory that claims a global elite made up of celebrities, business figures and politicians are aiming to control the global population via a secretive cabal.

They also believe these figures are also satanic pedophiles who operate a child sex trafficking ring.

Former President Trump is also a pillar of the conspiracy, with followers convinced he will somehow expose these figures and oversee their trials and executions.

QAnon followers believe President Biden is fake
QAnon followers believe Joe Biden is not really in control of the presidency. In this photo, U.S. President Joe Biden hosts a hybrid meeting with corporate chief executives and members of his cabinet to discuss the looming federal debt limit in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on October 06, 2021 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla / Staff/Getty