Right-wing “journalist” and Trump–worshiping conspiracy theorist Liz Crokin has been an ardent proponent of the QAnon/The Storm conspiracy theory for several years, and has long been promising that mass arrests were right around the corner. But it looks like the lack of progress in President Trump’s supposed plan to take down a global satanic pedophile ring involving countless political, economic, and cultural leaders is starting to wear her down.
Last night, Crokin posted a video on her YouTube page in which she said that she didn’t want to hear anyone griping about the lack of mass arrests because she has staked her reputation on them happening, therefore every day that goes by in which they don’t happen is causing her to question how much longer she “can stay in this fight.”
“To update you guys on the wonderful, lovely world of elite pedophile satanists who rape, torture, and traffic and murder kids,” Crokin wearily sighed, “so far the mass arrests haven’t happened.”
Crokin defensively said that she didn’t want to hear a bunch of whining about why the arrests haven’t happened because “nobody wants these mass arrests to happen more than me.”
“I’ve put my face out there. I’ve publicly talked about this,” she said, “and it’s put a huge target on my back, so don’t complain to me about the mass arrests not happening yet! This is not easy for me. It’s really hard for me. Each day that goes by where I have to see these freaks on TV is not fun and it’s very hard on me because I’ve put my name out there, my reputation out there, and I’ve pretty much sacrificed everything to expose this, so I don’t want to hear anyone complaining on my page. It’s really annoying.”
While claiming that she still believes it is an “absolute fact” that these arrests will take place at some point, Crokin said that if they do not happen this year, she is going to have to “bow out of this.”
“Quite frankly, if they don’t happen this year, then I’m going to have to bow out of this because exposing this for the past two-and-a-half years has really taken a toll on my health,” she said. “I’m sick of it. I’m sick of talking about it. It’s so depressing and I’m just over it. I’m going to have to move on because it’s just taken such a big toll on me and my health that I don’t think I can stay in this fight if it continues to drag on for years and years and if these mass arrests don’t happen this year.”