‘The Storm’ Conspiracy Theorists Now Believe The FBI Coming After ‘QAnon’ For Austin Bombings

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Participants in the ongoing conspiracy theory known as “The Storm,” which alleges that President Trump is working to take down a massive elite satanic pedophile ring, believe that the main subject of their theory—an anonymous 8Chan user dubbed “Q”—is being targeted by the FBI.

Early this morning, “Q,” who some conspiracy theorists are convinced is a high ranking White House official, claimed that the FBI was opening a case on him or her in relation to the recent series of bombings in Austin, Texas,  because of a number of “Q” posts that contain the phrase “BOOM.” “They are scared … They will fail. We know the details” the post reads:

The user “Q” is the figurehead of a larger conspiracy theory known online as “The Storm.” According to advocates of “The Storm,” Special Counsel Robert Mueller is not actually investigating President Trump and his associates for possible collusion with Russian officials during the 2016 election, but rather is working for Trump to dismantle a satanic pedophile ring involving global elites.

Last week, Infowars Washington bureau chief Jerome Corsi claimed that Trump directly ordered that high-level information about the take-down of the alleged pedophile ring be leaked to the anonymous forum board 8Chan.

Liz Crokin, a crackpot conspiracy theorist who has pointed to the anonymous “Q” user in attempts to back up her baseless claims about widespread pedophilia, bought into the new post entirely and said the FBI investigating “Q” sounded like “a 4D chess move to red pill the masses”:

Adherents of “The Storm” are also attempting to decode another cryptic “Q” post today. Judging from the Twitter hashtag “#QAnon,” many followers of “Q” believe this post details a meeting between Mark Zuckerberg (“MZ”) and Rex Tillerson (“RT”).