The former national security adviser also took a question from an audience member that appeared to stem from a key QAnon belief.
"Members of my own party continue to believe the 2020 general election was wrought with fraud ... despite a complete lack of evidence to support that belief," Barbara Cegavske said.
The staunchly pro-Trump businessman will release his new conspiracy theory documentary titled 'Absolute Interference' on April 20.
YouTube began purging some QAnon videos back in October and promised to take a harder stance against misinformation following the January 6 Capitol riot.
Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler, senior director of the Counter Extremism Project, links the similarities between the two "cult-like" groups.
A clip of the conspiracy theorist claiming to stop a "smuggling" operation has been viewed more than 1 million times on Twitter.
The clip of Infowars Alex Jones host was filmed near a COVID-19 processing center in McAllen, Texas.
The leaders of the Patriot Voice, a group that has organized other QAnon-affilated events, have been identified.
The former president and his allies continue to promote the baseless conspiracy theory that the 2020 election was "rigged" by President Joe Biden and Democrats.
The HBO series makes the biggest suggestion yet that the former administrator of 8kun played a part in posing as the figurehead of the conspiracy movement.
For years conspiracy theorists have falsely claimed the model is part of a satanic pedophile ring.
Conspiracy theorists make huge leap because the vessel is operated by a company called Evergreen—which is Hillary Clinton's Secret Service codename.
Conspiracy theorists claim that no one died in the attack and it was devised to gain support for stricter gun control legislation.
In a viral TikTok, comedian and actor Walter Masterson confronts an anti-masker making unfounded claims regarding the treatment of COVID-19.
The first episode of the six-part investigation into the conspiracy theory and its followers aired on Sunday night.
Following the publication of a story surrounding the viral "Birds Aren't Real" movement, the organization has clapped back, swearing it is not a comedy project.
Cullen Hoback's six-part series, which speculates who the figure known as "Q" is, airs on Sunday, March 21.
Meanwhile, a majority of Republicans said they didn't know much or anything about the conspiracy theory.
The conspiracy theorists thought the building lights changing color signaled something was going to happen that night.
A "theory" that all birds are actually surveillance drones is getting attention online, but it very much seems to be a comedy project meant to parody conspiracy theories. The person fronting the movement won't admit it's a gag, though.
One "World Wide Rally for Freedom" is planned to take place near the Capitol in D.C., two months after QAnon supporters stormed the building on January 6.
The radical movement was heavily featured in the hour-long episode "South ParQ: Vaccination Special."
The term "Blue Anon" is being pushed by conservatives to describe "left-wing conspiracy theories" and is a play on the QAnon name.
"We're going to have this spot and we're going to put out all the evidence so people can talk about it," said Lindell.
Conspiracy theorists repeated false claim that Oprah Winfrey had been secretly arrested over child sex abuse allegations.
Conspiracy theorists are blaming others in the radical movement for promoting the day as Trump's reinstatement.
"About this QAnon Trump inauguration, did anyone check Four Seasons Total Landscaping?" said one Twitter user.
Many followers of the radical movement have expressed doubts over whether the latest prediction about Donald Trump will come true.
The radical conspiracy theorists were gleeful after the date—when they think Donald Trump will return to power—was mentioned in an agency post about Abraham Lincoln.