#sextrafficking | Fox News host to Eric Trump: QAnon has ‘uncovered a lot of great stuff’ – U.S. News | #tinder | #pof | #match

In a Saturday segment with Eric Trump, Fox News host Jesse Watters claimed pro-Trump, right-wing conspiracy theory movement Qanon had actually “uncovered a lot of great stuff.” 

Watters and President Trump’s son were discussing online censorship in the wake of Twitter saying it is cracking down on accounts and content related to QAnon. The measures include banning accounts associated with QAnon content, as well as blocking URLs associated with it from being shared on the platform. Twitter also said that it would stop highlighting and recommending tweets associated with QAnon.

The QAnon conspiracy theory is centered on the baseless belief that Trump is waging a secret campaign against enemies in the “deep state” and a child sex trafficking ring run by satanic pedophiles and cannibals. For more than two years, followers have pored over tangled clues purportedly posted online by a high-ranking government official known only as “Q.”

“You know, Q can do some crazy stuff with the pizza stuff and the Wayfair stuff but they also uncovered a lot of great stuff when it comes to Epstein and the deep state,” Watters said referring to two debunked Q conspiracy theories related to sex trafficking. 

“I never saw Q as dangerous as Antifa. But Antifa gets to run wild on the internet, what do you think is going on there?” the Fox News host continued. QAnon was deemed a domestic terror threat by the FBI in August 2019 and has been linked to multiple instances of violence.

“Guess what, Adam Schiff does a lot of crazy things, Jerry Nadler, and Eric Swalwell, they also do a lot of crazy stuff,” Trump fired back. 

Watters later issued a statement via a Fox News representative, saying, “While discussing the double standard of big tech censorship, I mentioned the conspiracy group QAnon, which I don’t support or believe in. My comments should not be mistaken for giving credence to this fringe platform.” 

Twitter ban

“We’ve been clear that we will take strong enforcement action on behavior that has the potential to lead to offline harm,” the company said in a tweet late Tuesday.

Accounts that are “engaged in violations of our multi-account policy, coordinating abuse around individual victims, or are attempting to evade a previous suspension” will be suspended permanently, Twitter said.

Over 7,000 accounts have been removed over the last few weeks for such violations, the company said in a statement. It also expects over 150,000 accounts globally to have reduced visibility due to these measures.

The QAnon conspiracy theory is centered on the baseless belief that Trump is waging a secret campaign against enemies in the “deep state” and a child sex trafficking ring run by satanic pedophiles and cannibals. For more than two years, followers have pored over tangled clues purportedly posted online by a high-ranking government official known only as “Q.”




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