Minecraft Creator Believes In “Qanon” Conspiracy (VIDEO)
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The billionaire creator of Minecraft, Notch, believes the Qanon conspiracy theory is “legit.”
Notch tweeted, “Q is legit. Don’t trust the media.”
Q is legit. Don't trust the media.
— Notch (@notch) March 2, 2019
“Qanon” is a whacko person, or group of whacko people, who claim to be in the Trump Administration.
“Qanon” posts cryptic notes on online forums, which Q supporters believe is “military intelligence.”
One supporter of the Qanon conspiracy theory, a man known as Tyler, said Qanon is “talking to all of us, letting us know what’s going on behind the scenes.”
It’s Qanon. Uhm the storm, the great awakening, this all started back when the President was meeting with military leaders back in October last year. He said, “this is the calm before the storm.” That launched us into what “Q,” the “Q” team. Military intelligence, most likely. He’s been talking to all of us, letting us know what’s going on behind the scenes, letting us know the covert battles that are waging between the deep state and President Trump.
Tyler [Qanon supporter]
Many of Notch’s Twitter followers were upset; one even called him “delusional.”
Others asked Notch to provide evidence that proves Qanon’s posts are true.
Notch responded by tweeting, “I am not going to do your work for you.”
When accused by some on Twitter of just “shitposting,” Notch responded, “I might be the most serious I’ve ever been.”
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