Matt Castelli, a Democrat running to unseat Stefanik, told Newsweek she "legitimised the kind of extremist rhetoric that allows violent extremism to thrive,"
The retired lieutenant general was paid by the state-controlled Russia Today to attend a gala alongside Vladimir Putin in 2015.
Alex Jones has peddled numerous conspiracy theories on his Infowars show, including that the Sandy Hook shooting was staged.
QAnon supporters are intercepting the children with the intention to protect them from potential sex-trafficking. Critics, however, say the behavior is alarming.
Republican contender Kandiss Taylor's recent remarks come as GOP congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has also raised alarms about Satan's alleged influence on society.
Ron Watkins said he supported military aid to Ukraine but falsely added that if Joe Biden had not shut down a pipeline from Alberta to Nebraska, the U.S. would not be involved in the conflict.
QAnon influencers hope Elon Musk will reinstate their Twitter accounts after he takes over the platform.
"There's ways that we can figure these things out," the rally-attendee, who was wearing a pink Women for Trump hat, said.
The congresswoman brought up the conspiracy theory during a hearing on Friday to determine if she would be disqualified from running for reelection.
A Colorado state lawmaker is running against Lauren Boebert, saying the first-term lawmaker has generated more controversy than results.
The congresswoman also hit out at vaccine mandates, "woke" army training and the "satanic" left during an interview with Lou Dobbs.
The video has gone viral and has been viewed more than 2.5 million times on Twitter.
The pedophile accusations from Republicans against Democrats surfaced during the Senate confirmation hearings of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
The Georgia congresswoman also repeated her attacks on GOP Senators supporting Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Twitter permanently banned tens of thousands of QAnon-affiliated accounts following the storming of the Capitol last year.
The FEC has asked Arizona Republican congressional candidate Ron Watkins to account for money that wasn't reported earlier by his campaign.
Watkins has been accused of at one time being behind the "Q" account that spread the conspiracy movement online, a claim he has denied.
The president used the phrase during a speech at the Business Roundtables CEO Quarterly Meeting in Washington, D.C.
The former candidate from Delaware said that "feminism has completely destroyed femininity in women" as she continued to weigh in on arranged marriages.
The theory involves the former president's unusual pronunciation of China, and some QAnon followers believe it is secretly a tie-in with Ukraine.
The former president's son also claimed the state has the "lowest taxes in the nation," which is not true.
The Kremlin has pushed false claims that the U.S. is working with Ukraine on bioweapons labs, a narrative that QAnon has picked up and further distorted.
Members of a trucker convoy headed to Washington, D.C., are reportedly promoting the theory, which falsely claims that Fauci is operating a Ukraine-based bioweapons labs.
Logan, the Fox Nation host who earlier this year made comments about Dr. Anthony Fauci, spoke to someone who is recognized in QAnon circles.
QAnon influencers have cast Vladimir Putin in a positive light and believe he is engaged in a fight against a cabal of satanic pedophiles and "deep state" members who have interests in Ukraine.
QAnon followers have praised Vladimir Putin as they believe his brazen actions in Ukraine expose President Joe Biden's weakness as a leader.
Pastor Mark Burns earlier declared that "demon-killing machines" were needed to serve as politicians.
A prominent figure in the QAnon movement argued that disinformation is part of QAnon's game plan to "make the bad guys make wrong moves."
Major figures within the QAnon online conspiracy movement have promoted the so-called Canadian "freedom convoy" in posts shared with hundreds of thousands of followers.
At least 45 candidates running for office in 2022 "have lent credence in some way to the QAnon conspiracy theory," according to the Anti-Defamation League.