QAnon followers are now accusing evangelical leaders of child sex trafficking

While the QAnon cult has found its way into evangelical churches across America, the ever-updating and goal post-moving conspiracy theory is now targeting some of the most prominent evangelicals in the country, Right Wing Watch reports.

On July 12, RWW reported that MAGA pastor Jackson Lahmeyer, who launched a primary challenge to Oklahoma GOP Sen. James Lankford earlier this year because the Senator didn’t buy into conspiracy theories about the 2020 election and who openly embraced QAnon, is now a target of QAnon adherents who accused him of child sex trafficking after he posted a photo of his daughter wearing red shoes. Now RWW reports that other evangelical figures are being hit with similar allegations from the cult.

From Right Wing Watch:

Late last month, self-proclaimed “prophet” and QAnon conspiracy theorist Johnny Enlow posted a “prophetic alert” on his Facebook page in which he warned that “many of our most famous pastors and Christian leaders are about to be exposed as sexual deviants, pedophiles and worse.”

We had no idea what that meant at the time, but now it appears to be related to allegations being put forth by a woman going by the name Madyson Marquette, who claims to have been a former adult film actress who was sexually abused and trafficked by several well-known evangelical leaders, including Kenneth Copeland, T.D. Jakes, Rick Warren, and even the late Billy Graham.

In the last week, Marquette has appeared on several evangelical programs that regularly promote QAnon and other right-wing conspiracy theories to level her allegations, including a recent appearance on the “Up Front In The Prophetic” program, which is hosted by full-blown QAnon conspiracy theorists Alan and Francine Fosdick.

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