#QAnon #BuckeyWolfe #Reptilian
On January 6, 2019, QAnon supporter and promoter Buckey Wolfe murdered his brother with a 4 foot sword because he believed he was a satanic reptilian, a conspiracy promoted by QAnon and pushed widely by QAnon Youtubers.
From Wolfe’s Facebook we also learned that he was a fan of Praying Medic.
The constant pounding on drums for executions and military tribunals for deep state actors and anyone believed to be a Satan worshiper is creating an environment that is ripe for the mentally unstable to act out.
This is not the first incidence of violence that is linked to QAnon, and it will sadly not be the last.
These violent and horrific incidents will only continue as long as QAnon is allowed to continue to perpetuate the idea that it is sanctioned by President Trump.
I encourage everyone to share this video with #DeounceQ and tag @RealDonaldTrump and right wing pundits such as Sean Hannity.
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