Candidates across different levels of government have been linked to a dangerous conspiracy theory based on messages from a mystery internet figure named "Q."
Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory, attended the event in Ringgold alongside Senator Kelly Loeffler
Republican Senate candidate Lauren Witzke also dubbed her Democratic rival Chris Coons a "baby killer" on Sunday.
William Armacost, mayor of Sequim in Washington state, described QAnon as a "truth movement that encourages you to think for yourself."
"I hope that this is real because it only means America is getting stronger and better, and people are returning to conservative values, and that's what I am for," Lauren Boebert said in May of the QAnon movement.
"When the girls are dancing or Amy posts an inappropriate picture to social media, they're not rewarded. The audience at the dance competition scoffs at the girls' routine. Amy is slut-shamed by both her classmates and her friends when she posts a picture that goes too far."
The former Speaker of the House linked district attorneys who are "overwhelmingly elected with George Soros' money" to the cases of violence seen at Black Lives Matter protests.
Public awareness of the dangers of climate change threatens business as usual. So the bad faith actors are on the move yet again.
In Canada, several thousand anti-mask protesters gathered in Montreal and Vancouver, criticizing the country's response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
A Republican state senator has said he doesn't believe in the QAnon conspiracy theory despite having the movement's slogan on his car.
Instead, the vice president will attend a rally for the Montana Republican Party that is not connected with the QAnon backers.
Qmap.pub drew more than 10 million visitors in July.
Marjorie Greene, a QAnon supporter, won the GOP runoff for the district against opponent John Cowan last month, prompting Trump to call her a "real winner."
Georgia Democratic candidate Kevin Van Ausdal cited "personal reasons" for his exit.
In a Newsweek interview, Fauci says a presidential edict to force the FDA to approve an expedited COVID-19 vaccine before Election Day would never fly.
Vice President Mike Pence has dismissed the QAnon movement, but President Donald Trump has voiced appreciation for QAnon's support for his administration.
In an interview aired this week, the billionaire social media CEO was asked if he is worried how history will judge his plaftorm. Five seconds went by without a response.
Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar condemned the video showing the suspected QAnon supporter getting cheered on at the Labor Day rally.
Members of the far-right group had driven to Salem from a pro-Trump vehicle rally at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City.
The victim was struck after attending a memorial event for Aaron "Jay" Danielson, follower of the far-right group who was killed in Portland.
A Media Matters report published on Thursday highlighted several controversial posts that Nick Moutos shared with his Twitter followers.
The Democratic Congresswoman said she's received death threats after a GOP candidate posted a photoshopped image with the Republican brandishing an assault rifle in front of Omar and others while urging "strong conservative Christians to go on the offense against these socialists."
"When we responded to questions about our initial investigation into what happened in Kenosha, we believed we'd removed the Event Page," a spokesperson said.
On Thursday, the social network announced it would be rolling out steps to limit voter misinformation in the upcoming general election.
A new poll shows that more than half of Republicans believe that the far-right conspiracy theory has truth to it.
Adam Carolla suggested on Twitter that those who are concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic "got played" because only the "old or sick" die from the virus.
A supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory has won her House primary in Massachusetts after facing no challenger.
Donald Trump is openly justifying violence by some Americans against other Americans. This nation needs protection from him, as well as the lawless behavior he incites.
The legal threat from the social networking giant came in response to a proposed law in Australia that would force the platform to pay media organizations for sharing journalistic content.
Until Facebook and Twitter step up, we have to arm our communities against this dangerous threat to our health, safety and right to vote.