In a video streamed on Periscope this morning, Dave Hayes, a Christian author and online activist known as the “Praying Medic,” declared that his role is to serve as a prophetic messenger in order to deliver words from the Lord to those who are behind the QAnon account.
Hayes has been one of the leading proponents of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which claims that insiders within the Trump administration have been dropping hints for years about a supposed plan to take down the “deep state” and its worldwide satanic pedophilia network. Hayes’ videos promoting and explaining QAnon’s cryptic postings have racked up hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube and he revealed today that he is currently at work on a series of books about the movement.
Hayes is also very active on Twitter, which he says he uses to deliver messages from God to Q.
“Sometimes I will post things on Twitter and it is cryptic and you don’t understand it,” Hayes said. “If you don’t understand the stuff I post on Twitter, that’s fine; it’s not for you.”
“Sometimes I put out cryptic, weird messages,” he continued. “That’s just kind of how prophetic people are. God gives you a message, you deliver the message. It is up to the receiver to understand it. You’re just the messenger. My job is not always to explain the message, my job is to give the message and somebody else is going to have to figure out what it means.”
Hayes likened his role to that of a postal carrier who simply delivers messages to people’s homes but isn’t supposed to stick around to explain the message to its intended recipient.
“Sometimes I get message for Q and his team,” he said. “God shows me, ‘Hey, this is what Q is doing, this is where it’s going, this is what’s happening down the road.’ And I will post things on Twitter and those messages are for Q.”
“I am, in a sense, a mailman. I just deliver messages,” declared Hayes. “And I will say this, delivering messages for the God of the universe, there isn’t a job that is much cooler than that.”