Trump cultist starts to wonder if pro-Trump conspiracy theories are fake: ‘Maybe QAnon isn’t real’

During a recent episode of her show, pro-Trump conspiracy theorist and former congressional candidate DeAnna Lorraine offered some introspection that’s extremely rare within the QAnon cult.

Lorraine said 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 — oh, and he was supposed to have arrested Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton by now.

Amazingly, Lorraine seemed to question the outlandish claims she’s been pushing to her followers.

“Because we have so much trust in this plan, we always think [Trump] is playing 5-D chess, so anything that looks questionable, we think, ‘Okay, it’s a strategy — he’s playing 5-D chess. We don’t have anything to worry about.’ Is it possible that is a detriment to us? … and that possibly QAnon and this whole operation has possibly neutered the otherwise most powerful demographic in the world?”

Lorraine went on to say that in the coming days, “we’re gonna know for sure — is Trump really the 5-D master chess player who is gonna just totally decimate the swamp and arrest all these deep state operatives, and everything we’ve seen up until now was just a massive — you know, all these brilliant chess moves … Is justice finally gonna be served? Are we finally gonna see that checkmate? Are we finally gonna see the traps closed? Or, we’re not. Or we’re gonna find out the truth. Maybe things failed. Maybe the QAnon operation wasn’t real. Maybe some things weren’t really the truth.”

You’re so close, my dear. So close.

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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.