Michael Flynn, a former White House national security adviser and follower of QAnon, is now claiming the right-wing conspiracy movement he publicly pledged allegiance to last summer is actually a propaganda campaign run by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Believers in the online conspiracy movement – which first originated on Internet message boards such as 8chan and which has been classified by the FBI as a national security threat – believe that the US government, most businesses and the legitimate press should be given a global cabal. captured by. The elite, devil-worshipping pedophile, led by top Democrats, has taken the form of a “deep state” protest opposed by former President Donald Trump.
Many QAnon supporters also believe that the late John F. Kennedy Jr., attorney, magazine publisher and son of assassinated President John F. Kennedy, faked his death in a plane crash and secretly aided Mr. Trump’s efforts. are doing.
Many participants in the January 6 Uprising at the US Capitol were QAnon believers, including “QAnon Shaman” Jacob Chansley, who served 41 months for his role in the worst attack on the US legislature since the Washington Burning of 1814. punishment was received. ,
Mr Flynn, a retired three-star US Army general who once headed the Defense Intelligence Agency, pledged allegiance to the conspiracy movement in a video posted on Twitter in July 2020. In May, he spoke at the Dallas, Texas QAnon conference. Where he suggested that there should be a Myanmar-style military coup in the US.
But the disgraced ex-Trump adviser denounced the movement during a telephone call with pro-Trump election conspiracy theorist and attorney Lynn Wood, which Mr. Wood recorded and posted on his Telegram channel on Saturday.
After a man whose voice sounded similar to Mr. Wood’s other recordings said that QAnon had fallen out of Flynn’s online calls for “digital soldiers” to be “digital soldiers” to benefit Mr. Trump, Another man whose voice sounds similar to Mr Trump. Flynn replied: “I think it’s an information campaign that the CIA created. That’s what I believe now. I don’t know that for a fact. But I think it is”.
He later said that the conspiracy movement was “complete nonsense” and called it a “propaganda campaign created by the Left”.
Granthshala A copy of the recording has been obtained and reviewed, but it has not been certified by Mr. Flynn or Mr. Wood, neither of whom could be contacted for comment.
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