I mean the whole QAnon phenomenon _did_ start out as a trolling operation for fun, cobbling together a whole bunch of stories, mixing truth and falsehoods into one massive narrative and attempting to convince people that it’s all true. But that was years ago. It’s since migrated into a force of its own and standard aphorisms such as “These days you can’t know what’s true anymore”, which was once a light statement that there’s exaggeration in everything

I mean the whole QAnon phenomenon _did_ start out as a trolling operation for fun, cobbling together a whole bunch of stories, mixing truth and falsehoods into one massive narrative and attempting to convince people that it’s all true.
 
But that was years ago.
 
It’s since migrated into a force of its own and standard aphorisms such as “These days you can’t know what’s true anymore”, which was once a light statement that there’s exaggeration in everything
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What makes it hard to know is that QAnon started off as a trolling operation for fun, to try to convince people of things by cobbling together various fictions and truths together into a relatively cohesive narrative.
 
But that was years ago and it since got a life of its own.
 
So now, what’s genuine and who’s trolling and what’s just dumb is really mixed up to where it’s hard to know if something is intentional irony, unintentional irony, absolutely dead serious, etc.
 
I’m honestly fine with Patriot Party happening, even with Trump leading it as he apparently said, etc. So long as the powers-that-be (those sworn to protect citizens and hopefully do) keep an eye on whoever’s a danger at least
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