Security experts are raising concerns about how extremist supporters of the conspiracy theory will react to the inauguration of Joe Biden.
In an op-ed published Wednesday, The Denver Post defended the Republican congresswoman from a wave of social media attacks in wake of the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
QAnon chatrooms were flooded with messages of disappointment and confusion from followers who thought Wednesday's inauguration would lead to a "great awakening," from Donald Trump. "It's over and nothing makes sense...absolutely nothing," one user wrote as Biden was sworn into office.
Gen. Hyten, who is the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the country's second highest-ranking military officer, does not have personal social media profiles, his spokesperson said.
A YouTuber illegally broadcast audio of a hearing in Ghislaine Maxwell's Jeffrey Epstein trafficking case to 14,000 listeners including apparent QAnon conspiracy theorists.
Although Ivanka Trump converted to the Jewish faith in 2009, her father's most ardent supporters are increasingly vocal about their anti-Semitic beliefs, the Haaretz op-ed states.
GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and others dismissed the idea, but it's been embraced by some Republican lawmakers.
While their hero Donald Trump will be out of office, diehard followers of Q's theories are likely to adapt as opposed to giving up.
"I sent it to legislators for information purposes and we get information from all kinds of different sources at times, and we try to stay as informed as we can so we can properly represent our districts and the people that we are working for," said State Representative Terry Jones.
"The GOP must reject conspiracy theories or be consumed by them," the Nebraska Republican senator wrote in an opinion piece published by The Atlantic on Saturday.
She resigned from her job as school therapist on January 7 and has since been charged with three counts of federal offences.
The "Trump told me to" defense provides "great evidence" for a Senate impeachment trial, joked one activist.
"I've been speaking to the different officials around that have responsibility, and you'll never see that happen what you saw happen Wednesday [January 6]," the West Virginia senator said.
Affidavit states so-called "QAnon Shaman" was part of a violent mob who plotted to attack "traitors" in government.
"The words and invitation of a president are supposed to mean something," Albert Watkins, attorney for the "QAnon Shaman" featured in viral photos of last weeks Capitol riot, reportedly said while suggesting that President Donald Trump should pardon the rioters.
The claims about the suspect, real name Jacob Anthony Chansley, arrived following his first court appearnce on Monday.
Dominic Box was fired from Vaden Nissan after filming himself saying "we need to get up there" while hearing reports of people storming Congress.
An Arizona court heard on Monday that the QAnon supporter had not eaten since he was placed in custody in connection to last week's attack.
A wave of Republican politicians and conservative personalities noted their follower counts were dropping. Then Twitter confirmed it had taken down spam accounts and profiles spreading conspiracy theories.
Cleveland Grover Meredith, originally of Hiawassee, was charged on January 7 with threatening House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The clip appeared online prior to the atatck on Capitol but gained traction as "free speech" social media was due to go offlie.
The "Infowars" host's angry tirade against QAnon and its conspiracy theories has rapidly gone viral on Twitter.
The man seen inside Senate chamber in horned fur hat and face paint has featured in videos spouting false claims for months.
The false claim was shared on Parler by Lin Wood, the Trump supporting conspiracy theorist who also suggests antifa were behind attack.
Prominent conspiracy theorists are sharing messages about returning to D.C. with guns and physically removing Joe Biden.
Jake Angeli has been spotted at a number of right-wing protests showing support for QAnon and wearing his horned hat.
Conspiracy theorists start attacking VP as dreams of overriding the Electoral College will almost certainly be dashed on Wednesday.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, will continue to dispute election contest as president appears to urge protesters to gather.
The GOP senator from Iowa received the COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday despite saying earlier she was "so skeptical" of the coronavirus mortality rate and suggesting health-care workers were faking the number of COVID deaths.
Donald Trump and QAnon-supporting attorney Lin Wood posted a series of tweets attacking Roberts in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to throw out yet another bid to overturn the election results.