Trump cultist finally realizes QAnon was fake: ‘I’m sick of following a rabbit hole that leads to nothing’

Deanna Lorraine earned her bonafides in the Trump cult by being one of the most vocal proponents of the QAnon conspiracy theory. Now, she’s growing skeptical of the conspiracy theory’s legitimacy, and to her credit, she hasn’t shied away from voicing her doubts.

Lorraine first spoke out late last month when it was clear that Joe Biden had won the presidency, saying that there has been a lot of trust from Trump supporters in “the plan” — namely the continuous, goalpost-changing predictions from QAnon adherents who promise that President Trump will round up and arrest members of the “deep state” along with secret Satanic child trafficking rings run by elites in government — not to mention the failed predictions claiming that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton would be arrested.

“Is it possible that [QAnon] is a detriment to us? … and that possibly QAnon and this whole operation has possibly neutered the otherwise most powerful demographic in the world?”

In a livestream this Wednesday, Lorraine reiterated her doubts, saying that “we have to be realistic at the same time and look at what the reality is that’s in front of us today.”

“I’m sick of just looking at clues and taking guesses and kind of following down a rabbit hole where it leads to nothing, and there’s just a lot of broken promises that are not delivered,” Lorraine said in a video flagged by Right Wing Watch.

“Every time that this plan was supposed to happen, or Trump was supposedly playing 5-D chess and supposedly setting traps or about to do this, at no point in the last four years has that trap ever been closed, has the chess move ever been checkmated by Trump. None of these hopes and ideas have ever been fulfilled. Not one. So, a smart person looks at the evidence, looks at historical evidence, looks at a track record, and doesn’t keep doing or wishing [for] something that has no evidence for it being able to materialize.”

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Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.