Conspiracy Theories

Trump cultist: Florida building collapsed because the ‘deep state knew someone important lived there’

Failed congressional candidate and QAnon conspiracy theorist DeAnna Lorraine appeared on the right-wing Stew Peters Show this Friday and injected her mind-numbingly stupid thoughts on the collapse of the 12-story Champlain Towers South on June 24 in Florida.

“Let’s just go over the facts, I mean, buildings do not just fall like that,” Lorraine said, echoing the rhetoric popular with 9/11 truthers.

“They just don’t fall in one fell swoop either,” she continued. “The only time I’ve ever seen that was at 9/11. And we all know that building didn’t just spontaneously fall either. This was a demolition.”

She also claimed that controversial software entrepreneur John McAfee, who was recently found dead in a Spanish jail due to suspected suicide, had links to the building.

“Someone important was in that building that they didn’t want there,” she said. “We know how the deep state operates. It’s not a conspiracy theory. It’s true, because it’s proven true over and over again, they’re dirty, they’re satanic, and they’re disgusting.”

As Newsweek points out, baseless internet chatter claims that McAfee’s son lived in the building.

“I believe that this is a deep state operation,” she said. “If John McAfee was an intelligent man, and he was, he would have had these terabytes of information in not just his own hands, but I’m sure he’s put the copies of those terabytes of information in other places.”

“And if he maybe put them and gave copies to his sons or his relatives, it would make sense that the deep state would want not only John McAfee dead, but anyone that they suspect has that information. It’s pretty damn obvious.”

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:

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