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‘Satanic’ Georgia Guidestones leveled after explosion: Q patriots celebrate

Some links to Q-related items today…

The Georgia Guidestones were considered satanic by some right wing Christians, which is funny because it was revealed in 2015 that the person who actually paid to put them up (and who tried to remain anonymous) was a virulently white supremacist surgeon and Christian in Iowa, Herbert Hinzie Kersten (1920-2005). But someone blew up part of the Guidestones this week, and Georgia’s GBI apparently knocked down the rest as a precaution. So Q patriots are basically going nuts, figuring it’s another sign that the Storm is upon us, or something.




It’s all out in the open.


Another genius on the ballot.


Disinfo can be stopped?


Looking for some background on the QAnon movement? We recommend Travis View’s excellent article at New York magazine as a place to start.


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Posted by Tony Ortega on July 7, 2022 at 08:00


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