‘I Know Who Q Is’: Alex Jones Claims US Intelligence Begged Him Not To Disclose Origins Of QAnon
Conspiracy peddler and InfoWars host Alex Jones, who was ordered to pay $1.5bn in damages to relatives of the victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting after he insisted the December 2012 massacre was all a “hoax”, is now claiming to know who is the mysterious “Q” behind the QAnon conspiracy.
In a clip from InfoWars posted on Twitter by criminal defense attorney Ron Filipkowski, Jones alleged that the anonymous internet figure known as “Q” was actually created by US Intelligence to discredit conspiracy theorists like himself he also claimed to have been approached by US intelligence officers, who begged him not to reveal the truth about the origins of QAnon.
The QAnon conspiracy theory claims that Donald Trump was undermined by a secret cabal of Democrats and other global figures who are also pedophiles and Satan worshippers who dring the blood of children.
Jones said that the theory was created to “cartoonize” people like him, while also claiming that he knows “Q”.
“They created a fake thing that was cartoonized to make all of us that were serious look stupid,” he said.
Jones then claimed that he was visited by Intel agents who told him not to disclose it.
“I know who started the Q thing, but I’ve not said who because they asked me not to…”
Watch the clip below.
Alex Jones claims that Q was created by US Intelligence to “cartoonize” what they believe in order to discredit serious, legitimate conspiracy theorists like him. He says he knows who Q is, but he was visited by Intel agents who told him not to disclose it. pic.twitter.com/INQm20XtuR
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) February 28, 2023
You must be logged in to post a comment Login