I find it amazing that a central part of the insane QAnon conspiracy theory is the idea that President Donald Trump will unmask a secret cabal of elites who rape children and drink their blood. Hillary Clinton, who is also a member of the secret cabal along with Oprah and Tom Hanks, is alleged by QAnon lunatics to have cut the face off a child and wore it. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg of insanity.
The QAnon conspiracy theory is ridiculous and unbelievable. However, what surprises me the most is that although the cultists are obsessed with saving children, their messiah (Trump) has been accused of child rape and knows several rapists. But this shouldn’t be surprising. According to former Johns Hopkins psychology professor Dr. John Gartner, projection is a main feature of the Trump movement. They accuse you of the very crime they’ve committed.
“Using the Republican Party as an example, they use projection to gaslight: ‘Whatever I am doing, I will accuse you of doing.’ Joseph Goebbels said much the same thing: “Accuse them of whatever you’re doing,” said Gartner in an interview with Salon’s Chauncey DeVega. Garner was one of the authors of the book “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President” which raised the alert about the threat Trump posed to the United States.
And this seems to be the case with the QAnon child exploitation obsession.
A history of sexual abuse
Trump was accused of sexual assault and rape by more than 25 women. But the QAnon cultists aren’t bothered by that. Instead, they assume the women were motivated by money, put up by “the Deep State” or whatever the latest gibberish cooked up by “Q” states. That seems more believable than the fact that their savior has a serious problem with his treatment of women. After all, this is a man that frequently talked about having sex with his daughter!
But the accusation leveled by “Katie Johnson,” the pseudonym for the woman who accused Trump of raping her when she was a child, is pretty credible. Johnson claimed she was invited to a party organized by infamous…