A QAnon Telegram profile with 338,000 subscribers, which also shares neo-Nazi propaganda, is among those suggesting followers of the conspiracy theory became elected officials.
The conspiracy theorists come to the realization that Trump will not be president by end of the year if he is touring the country with former Fox News host.
Litton told CNN's Erin Burnett he believes QAnon to be a "fringe problem" among evangelical Christians.
The Florida congressman discusses the conspiracy theory about the insurrection on Newsmax which has also been pushed by Tucker Carlson.
The MyPillow CEO has frequently pushed false claims about the election result and believes Trump will return as president in August.
"First, how many of the so-called insurrectionists on January 6 had a relationship with the FBI? How many of these FBI moles encouraged others that day to break the law at the Capitol?" Carlson said if the answer was none, he would apologize for being wrong.
The Fox News host claimed on his show that the storming of the Capitol had been orchestrated "at least in part" by government agents.
Carlson suggested that unindicted co-conspirators involved in the Capitol riot could have been FBI agents.
Images appearing to suggest that tickets are being sold for the ceremony in front of the U.S. Capitol steps on August 15 have appeared online.
"They're a security firm and the security that they had was impressive," Republican Wisconsin state Rep. Dave Murphy said of Cyber Ninjas. "Just a very impressive operation."
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said Monday that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey were both invited to sit next to representatives of the Chinese Communist Party at his upcoming "cyber forensic election symposium" event.
President Joe Biden officially won the 2020 presidential election by a margin of over 7 million votes nationally, about 81.2 million to former President Donald Trump's 74.2 million.
QAnon influencers are struggling to come up with new ways to prove their movement holds true in the absence of Donald Trump and after the public failure of several predictions.
China called the 90-day review an "attempt at political manipulation" and accused President Biden of getting in the way of an international effort to end the pandemic.
An outlandish theory suggesting the president is "a lookalike, double or clone" is starting to spread across social media platforms.
Some candidates continue to embrace the conspiracy theory, while others are distancing themselves from their apparent support.
"Dr. Anthony Fauci needs to get a lawyer," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) said on Tuesday. "Because he is liable. I believe he is liable, criminally liable for what has happened with COVID-19."
The Georgia lawmaker spread the conspiracy theory about origins of the virus following the release of Fauci's emails.
The claims of a "clear path" back to the White House for the former president are reported to be believed by Trump himself.
The Texas GOP congressman also claims he does not know what QAnon is despite voting against a House resolution condemning it in October.
"We already know that Brian Kemp is in on it," Lindell said on Friday. "All the stuff Brian Kemp did, I've already done a lot of investigation into him. But we're going into a deeper dive, these two guys."
The GhostEzra Telegram profile frequently shares antisemitic conspiracy theories with more than 334,000 followers.
Amy Facchinello, of the Grand Blanc Board of Education, was featured in a "Time" magazine article in April which highlighted her apparent QAnon support.
The former secretary of state appears in the final episode of Amazon's new six-part series "Debunking Borat."
Despite the war on misinformation, the likes of YouTube and Apple are still making money from 9/11 conspiracy theory content that survivors and families of the victims warn is warping the true narrative of the attacks.
"We don't want you here," the ex-GOP congressman said of Trump supporters who believe conspiracy theories about the 2020 election.
Ghost Ezra, which has more than 334,000 followers on the encrypted messaging app, shared a number of smears and conspiracy theories.
There have been claims online that one of the president's Secret Service members was actually driving the Ford F-150 Lightning during a visit to a manufacturing plant in Michigan.
Conspiracy theories about Moderna coronavirus vaccine ingredients are being pushed online by Twitter and TikTok users.
"It seems some just want attention," the Illinois Republican tweeted.