One of these theories that is gathering momentum accuses the highest-ranking Democratic leaders of terrible crimes without any evidence.
Signs and T-shirts with the letter Q appear at President Trump’s campaign rallies, what began as a conspiracy theory in some of the darkest parts of the internet has reached social media and has slowly spread in marches all over the world. There are many beliefs that it promotes.
Eduardo Gamarra, professor of Political Science at FU, says “that it is that the deep state dominated by intelligence agencies is conspiring to overthrow President Trump a second is an idea that the Democrats have been dominated by a sect full of pedophiles, who promote pedophilia, which promote the kidnapping of children, which promote human trafficking ”.
The series of conspiracies that someone with the Alias of Q and last name Anon began posting on a political message board by anonymous is affecting the votes for the presidency according to this professor in political science.
“It has penetrated deeply especially in the conservative evangelical religious sectors that support President Trump,” says Gamarra.
When I asked the President about the matter, he said that he did not know much about the group, “But they like me a lot, and that is something I appreciate,” he said.
Activists for Joe Biden say they fight conspiracy theories locally in South Florida.
Carmen Peláez, from Cubans for Biden, says that “I believe that the conspiracy theories have come like a storm. Stop with these theories now. They do not help anyone and harm the most vulnerable people ”.
In some sectors of the country some people have even taken even violent actions based on these accusations. Facebook and Twitter have taken action by restricting thousands of accounts from their platforms under the warning of “possible potential violence.”