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Former President Trump’s election defeat in November 2020 has thrown the QAnon belief system into disarray. But the extremist cult is still very much alive.
Marjorie Taylor Greene is not an anomaly. She personifies the Republican Party's radicalizing descent into depraved delusion.
Rather than embracing accountability, Republicans are embracing the forces that led to the deadly insurrection at the Capitol while telling us to "move on."
Data indicates that QAnon conspiracy theorists co-opted the #SaveTheChildren movement to recruit regular people into their extremist cult.
Trump's spread of election lies highlights the fact it's not traditional ideological divides that keep us polarized, it's disinformation.
Conspiracy theories like QAnon have spread like wildfire throughout the American right, and President Trump is fueling those false fires.
QAnon has spread through the Republican Party in America at a rapid pace, and now, it's proliferating in Germany and throughout Europe.
QAnon is engulfing the GOP and proliferating on social media. While they've failed in the past, social media companies are now taking this threat more seriously.
QAnon conspiracy theorists fabricate child sex trafficking rings on the left, but they go out of their way to ignore enablers of pedophilia on the right.
Selling fear and division is the bread and butter of Republican campaigning. But with more Americans tolerant of racial differences, Republicans are now diving into the realm of conspiracy.