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Facebook announced in early October that they were removing all Facebook pages, groups and Instagram accounts representing QAnon. So if you’re thinking to yourself, “Huh? What is this QAnon thing anyway? Why does this matter?” You’ve come to the right place.
QAnon started as a trolling incident (yep, a trolling incident) in 2017 after the Pizzagate theory on 4chan, an anonymous online message board that has a history of being a “breeding ground for hateful vitriol and conspiracy theories.”
Their claims are baseless, dangerous, and spreading. Even to the point of an FBI office citing QAnon as a potential domestic terrorism threat.
The best way to beat hate-spreading movements like QAnon is by asking questions and staying informed.
How? Check out this list of curated articles and learn more.
- Washington Post: “Facebook imposes major new restrictions on QAnon, stepping up enforcement against the conspiracy theory”