Christian livestreamer: Trump’s ‘covfefe’ tweet was actually an early coronavirus warning

On the Wednesday night broadcast of his program The McFiles, host Chris McDonald and a guest identified as L.T. of the YouTube channel “And We Know” discussed an interesting theory regarding President Donald Trump’s famed 2017 “Covfefe” tweet, and their discussion has QAnon theory written all over it, Right Wing Watch notes in its own tweet.

McDonald expressed all sorts of enthusiasm during the discussion, emphatically saying “yes” whenever L. touched on a point he agreed with. L.T. alleged that Covfefe somehow translates into COVID-19 without providing any credible evidence, telling McDonald:

“[QAnon] is a group of very intelligent folks that gathered together, I believe most of them were military, and they worked directly with the president and they’re communicating in a code that I could never even dream of using. ‘Covfefe’ was said by the President of the United States and his folks that were around him in a video when he first became the president. … Well then come to find out that COVID-19, when you break it down, is ‘Covfefe.’ So they were already sending a signal down range to the evil ones: ‘we know what’s going on.'”

Here’s the video, from Right Wing Watch.

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Megan Hamilton has traveled extensively throughout the Southern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. A lifelong atheist, these travels have informed her political views. She currently lives in a remote location with a large herd of cats and four dogs.