QAnon followers grappled with anger, confusion and disappointment as President Joe Biden was sworn into office.
John Hyten, the vice chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, did not create a channel Telegram on January 18 and did not spread QAnon slogans.
CEO Mike Lindell, a Trump supporter, has long promoted false claims and conspiracy theories.
Beware tweeted screenshots traveling without links.
Did CNN issue a correction over a misidentified Qanon pin supposedly being worn by Ted Cruz that turned out to be a Dorito chip? No, that's not true: CNN never reported such a story in the first place and the image with the correction is
Facebook and Instagram posts are spreading false claims that President Donald Trump is set to impose martial law ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration. Many of them allude to QAnon, a baseless conspiracy theory that’s banned on the platforms. On Jan. 6
The defining image of the storming of the US Capitol on January 6 was undoubtedly that of a bare-chested man posing resplendent in a horned fur hat and face paint.
“It just spiraled,” her sister, Lonna Cave, said outside her home in suburban Atlanta.
QAnon member, Jake Angeli, was indeed among those who broke into the U.S. Capitol Building.
Did a photo show Michiel Vos, son-in-law of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, meeting the shirtless, horned QAnon supporter who was widely mistaken for an Antifa activist during the January 6 events and is that a sign the two were in cah
Is this man photographed storming the U.S. Capitol in fur and horns an antifa activist working to make supporters of President Donald Trump look bad? No, that's not true: The man in the photo is a well-known QAnon supporter who has been i
QAnon is an unfounded far-right conspiracy movement speculating discredited information from social networks with unsubstantiated claims and photos.
In late Summer of 2020, amidst an ease of lockdown, protesters marched through central London apparently in aid of abused children. The congregation travelled through the city, eventually settling at Buckingham Palace, where, in a now-viral moment, gr
Quick Take A bogus QAnon-related claim that many of the mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 election were illegitimate has spread widely on social media. But the claim is based on the faulty assumption that ballots are produced by the federal government. F
Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene, who expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories in a series of online videos, has won a U.S. House seat representing northwest Georgia.
Americans who seek political insight and information on Twitter should know how much of what they are seeing is the result of automated propaganda campaigns.
The “Save the Children” effort emerged earlier this year as a splinter movement from QAnon, the dangerous group of internet conspiracy theorists.
During a televised town hall ahead of Election Day, Trump tried to sidestep his past, tentative embrace of the conspiracy theorist movement.
Trump refused to disavow QAnon and said he does not know about QAnon. But said he knows they are strongly against pedophilia and he agrees with that.
A surge in child trafficking misinformation pushed by QAnon conspiracy theorists is stirring public panic, generating violence and interfering with official efforts to protect minors, experts warn.
Facebook said it will ban groups that openly support QAnon, the baseless conspiracy theory that paints President Donald Trump as a secret warrior against a supposed child-trafficking ring run by celebrities and “deep state” government officials.
The social media companies still aren’t enforcing even the limited restrictions they’ve recently put in place to stem the tide of dangerous QAnon material
The depth of interest needed to comment and then share a political idea on Facebook will trigger more of the same and, potentially, take the user through increasing levels of radicalization.
Vice President Mike Pence and top officials from President Donald Trump’s campaign are slated to attend a Montana fundraiser hosted by a couple who have expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory.
A photograph truly shows a large group of people gathered in Germany … in 1997 … for a music festival.
Are there messages in Google Earth that show the "Deep States New Home," which shows up on the map as "Setatspeed Emohwen Gardens" near Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? No, that's not true. A screenshot of the area near the United States military ba
Take note, voters: A nebulous batch of ludicrous rumors that grew into a kind of stealth internet game is now playing a visible part in the 2020 U.S. elections.
Trump courted the support of those who put stock in the conspiracy theory, saying, “I heard that these are people that love our country.”
Facebook says it will restrict the right-wing conspiracy movement QAnon and will no longer recommend that users join groups supporting it.
A Colorado woman accused of working with supporters of QAnon to have her son kidnapped from foster care can be put on trial, a judge has ruled.
President Donald Trump twice ignored a question about whether he supports QAnon, a convoluted, right-wing, pro-Trump conspiracy theory.
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President Donald Trump tweeted support for congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene, a supporter of the far-right QAnon conspiracy theory who’s been criticized for racist comments, following her Republican primary victory in Georgia.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, a businesswoman who has been criticized for a series of racist comments, won the Republican nomination for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.
The measures include banning accounts associated with QAnon content, as well as blocking URLs associated with it from being shared on the platform.
Lauren Boebert is part of a small but growing list of Republican candidates who have in some way expressed support for QAnon.
Followers of the QAnon movement believe in wild and dangerous conspiracy theories about U.S. President Donald Trump. Now a faction within the movement has been interpreting the Bible through QAnon conspiracies.
In addition to the QAnon accounts, Facebook also removed accounts linked to VDARE, a U.S. website known for posting anti-immigration content, as well as accounts in Russia, Iran, and more.
Did the New York Times publish a video featuring an ER physician at Elmhurst Hospital who was peddling lies and doesn't even work at the hospital? No, that's not true: Dr. Colleen Smith does work at the Queens, New York, hospital and offered i