The Republican Party is increasingly dominated by adherents of the QAnon conspiracy theory — the belief that top Democratic officials and celebrities are Satan-worshipers running a secret child sex trafficking ring.
A YouGov survey from October 16-18 measured how many Trump supporters accepted the main tenet of QAnon, whether or not they were aware of the name of the conspiracy. That poll found that 52% of Trump supporters believe “President Trump is working to dismantle an elite child-sex trafficking ring involving top Democrats.” Just 12% of Trump supporters reject that notion as false.
Marjorie Taylor-Greene is a Republican Congressional candidate in Georgia. She “posted wide-eyed videos on Facebook describing Q as someone who ‘very much loves his country’ and is ‘on the same page as us,’ and she wrote pro-QAnon articles for a far-right Web outlet called American Truth Seekers.” She is likely to become the first QAnon-supporting member of Congress. Taylor-Greene is running in a bright red district, and her Democratic opponent dropped out of the race weeks ago. Taylor-Greene said. Taylor-Greene has sought to avoid discussing her prior writings on QAnon during the campaign, telling Fox News that she “chose another path.”GOPQ – Popular Information