Right-wing “journalist” and Trump–worshiping conspiracy theorist Liz Crokin posted a video on YouTube last night in which she argued that since Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation reportedly failed to find evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election, it should be taken as evidence that QAnon is legitimate and that the “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory is true.
Crokin said that in light of the reported findings of the Mueller investigation, people who have doubted Q or Pizzagate now have to realize that the media has been engaged in “treason” and cannot be trusted. And since the media has dismissed Q and Pizzagate as right-wing conspiracy theories, she argued, that should be taken as evidence that they are real.
“Now that you know that the mainstream media has been lying to you for two years about the Russian collusion hoax, don’t you think that there’s a chance that just maybe they’re also lying to you about Pizzagate?” Crokin asked, incredulously. “Hello, people! Put two and two together.”
Crokin said that “lunatic” journalists like Rachel Maddow, Don Lemon, and Anderson Cooper have spent the last two years “committing treason” and now “are all facing the death penalty,” before insisting that “if they can lie to you about treason … don’t you think they might be capable of lying about other things?”
“Golly gee, people!” she said. “These people lied to you about the Russia collusion hoax in an attempt to overthrow the president. If they are lying about this, you need to consider what else they could be lying to you about. What are the two other topics that they have tried so desperately to cast as a conspiracy theory? Pizzagate and Q. So if they’re lying about Russia, they might be lying about Pizzagate and QAnon too.”