Q Anon: Something Big is About to Drop - Video
Q anon covers a wide range of topics including the drama in Congress over Rod Rosenstein, the financial woes of Facebook and Twitter and a hint that the Whidbey Island missile launch may be reappearing in the news.
New conspiracy theory claims Air Force one was targeted by a missile strike
In the early hours of Sunday, June 10, a webcam set up to watch Puget Sound near Whidbey Island, WA, caught what looks exactly like a missile being fired into the sky.
My good night cam picked up what appears to be a large missile launch on Whidbey Island Sunday AM. I sat on it for a while. After sharing with Cliff Mass he did a blog on it. http://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2018/06/was-there-unannounced-missile-launch-on.html … @NWSSeattle @WunderCave @WeatherNation
After the owner of the webcam posted the picture on Twitter the next day, it was immediately seized upon by followers of the online persona known as Q Anon. Their hypothesis: not only was this a missile, but it was fired by anti-Trump forces in an effort to shoot down Air Force One, then on its way to Singapore for the summit with Kim Jong Un.
And how do they know this? Because of secret clues left in the misspelled words Trump used on Twitter in the days around the summit indicating that the missile had been shot down. It’s a technique Trump supposedly uses often to convey information to Q Anon believers.
Conspiracy theories like the “Whidbey Island Missile” work because the human brain is extremely susceptible to both confirmation bias and pareidolia, the phenomenon where we see patterns and shapes where none exist.