QAnon Las Vegas Event Adds Two Republican Lawmakers As 'Special Guests'

More Republican politicians have been listed as "special guests" at an upcoming QAnon event in Las Vegas.

Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli and Arizona House Representative Leo Biasiucci have both been listed as future attendees of the "For God & Country: Patriot Double Down" in October.

Both Arizona lawmakers have shared messages on social media in support of the state's audit and also false claims the 2020 Presidential election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.

They join Republican Arizona House of Representatives member Mark Finchem and Republican former Nevada Assembly Member Jim Marchant, both of whom were listed as attending the event, earlier this month.

Rep. Fincham previously appeared on the QAnon-supporter media back in May when he featured on the RedPill78 podcast hosted by Zak Paine.

The "For God and Country: Patriot Double Down" weekend is organized by the Patriot Voice, which is run by a person who uses the name "QAnon John" on his Telegram channel with more than 41,000 followers.

According to the Dallas Observer, QAnon John identified himself as John Sabal, who, with his wife Amy, was behind the event ad for the previous "For God and Country Patriot Roundup."

In an interview with Business Insider in September, Sabal said: "Q is everywhere. There's people in your grocery store who follow QAnon. Your next-door neighbor could follow it and never even tell you."

Further connections to QAnon between Sabal and the upcoming For "God & Country: Patriot Double Down" can be seen in the event's logo.

The logo, which includes two cards, a Queen and seven, and two dice, both make up the number 17, a number used among followers to refer to Q, the 17th letter of the alphabet.

Over the weekend starting on October 22, attendees will also be able to see listed speakers, including father and son duo Ron and Jim Watkins, who have been accused of being behind the QAnon conspiracy theory.

Also listed is Jason Frank who has previously worn the popular QAnon slogan WWG1WGA (Where we go one we go all).

Tickets to the event can set attendees back $650 for an all-weekend pass while a VIP all-weekend pass costs $1,300. A high-roller VIP weekend pass costs more than double that and can set purchasers back some $3,000.

Followers of QAnon attended the previous "For God & Country Patriot Roundup" conference in Texas that featured Donald Trump supporters Michael Flynn and Sidney Powell, both of whom have drawn attention to QAnon.

QAnon is a conspiracy theory that claims "Q" (a supposed person with top-level security clearance within the government) was sending out coded messages on the website 8Chan, now known as 8kun, the website owned by Jim Watkins.

Among the messages was that former presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton would be arrested and denounced.

But, Clinton was never arrested and the false promises of predicted events and their failure to happen became a pattern of QAnon.

Q has been dormant since Joe Biden's election victory, although a significant number of followers still hold on to the conspiracy, or have attached onto other ones, namely that vaccines make the recipient infertile, or kill them outright en masse.

Newsweek has reached out to Borrelli, Biasiucci and The Patriot Voice for comment.

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(File photo) A QAnon sticker is seen on the back of a car on November 6, 2020 in Los Angeles as the entire nation awaits the result of the presidential election. The Republicans are attending the event that is promoted by QAnon followers. ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images