Pro-Trump ‘journalist’: Coronavirus is just a ruse so Trump can carry out ‘mass arrests’ of Satanic pedophiles

So-called “journalist” Liz Crokin, who not long ago characterized North Korea leader Kim Jong Un as misunderstood and not a “monster” and that a red shoe featured in a Tom Hanks movie was actually made out of “babies skin,” is now warning that the coronavirus outbreak is a cover being used so that the Trump administration can carry out planned mass arrests.

Crokin, and other conspiracy theorists, like Mark Taylor, have been banging on this drum for years, and Crokin is a fervent believer in the QAnon conspiracy theory, as Right Wing Watch has pointed out. The theory purports that President Trump has been behind the scenes working to arrest prominent political, media, and business leaders who are allegedly part of a worldwide satanic pedophile ring.

Crokin publicly declared in 2019 that if the “mass arrests” promised by “Q” theorists didn’t happen by the end of the year, she would retire from the movement. But apparently, even though the arrests never happened, Crokin has changed her mind and has decided to stake her beliefs on the coronavirus hill.

“I do believe that when these mass arrests happen that we will be in martial law for our own safety,” she told viewers. “I believe that the coronavirus, which the president of the United States and many doctors have said is no more serious than the flu, is the cover to put the country into lockdown — just like Italy is in lockdown — to possibly declare martial law, get people off the streets, keep them in their homes, so they’re safe when the military and the National Guard sweeps in and conducts these mass arrests.”

And she has more dire predictions.

“Since 2017, Q has been talking about these mass arrests, and Q has also been talking about how when these mass arrests happen, there will probably be many days of darkness, social media might go down, the National Guard is going to come in, and the military will be used to arrest these people,” she said. “This is what I believe is happening right now.”

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Megan Hamilton

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.