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Documentary filmmaker Cullen Hoback thought he had caught Ron Watkins in the finale of the HBO docuseries “Q: Into the Storm.”
Watkins, the former administrator of the platform where the creator of the QAnon conspiracy theory posted, told Hoback, “It was basically three years of intelligence training, teaching normies how to do intelligence work. It was basically what I was doing anonymously before, but never as Q,” Watkins said, but immediately tried to backtrack on the statement, adding: “Never as Q. I promise. I am not Q.”
“Ron had slipped up,” Hoback said in the episode. “He knew it, and I knew it — and after three tireless years of cat and mouse.” By saying he was “anonymously” involved with the QAnon world, Watkins appeared to leak that he may have been acting as “Q,” the anonymous figure who ran the theory with messages on 8kun, owned by Watkins’ father.
But in the days after Sunday’s episode aired, major promoters of the conspiracy theory, which alleges a “deep state” cabal of human traffickers exists at the top levels of power in the US, weren’t remotely convinced.
One QAnon influencer told his 100,000 Telegram subscribers that the documentary was “fake news” on Wednesday. …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology
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