Almost One Third Of Republicans Believe Q Conspiracies

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Published on 28 May 2021, 18:00
In a shocking new poll, roughly 10-20% of Americans agreed with at least one core tenant of the Q crazies, and nearly a third of all Republicans agreed with them. This group of lunatics is growing, and the poll also revealed the reason why: Conservative media. Those who regularly consume conservative media are NINE TIMES more likely to believe these conspiracies. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses this.

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*This transcript was generated by a third-party transcription software company, so please excuse any typos.

A new poll this week from the, uh, public religion research Institute found that between 15 and 20% of Americans, as a whole believe, at least one core tenant of the queue, conspiracy craziness. And it gets worse when you break it down by party affiliation, because nearly one third of Republicans, almost a third of Republicans, believe in the queue people.

Here's how it breaks down. 28%

Of Republicans agree that quote, there is a storm coming soon that will sweep away the elites in power and restore the rightful leaders and that because things have gotten so far off track, true American Patriots may have to resort to violence in order to save our country. 28% of Republicans

Agree with that, that I don't

Even know. And let's get to the, to the weirder stuff here. 23% of Republicans agreed that quote, the government media and financial worlds in the U S are controlled by a group of Satan worshiping pedophiles who run a global sex trafficking operation. Okay. So it's terrifying that 28% of Republicans agree that, Hey, we may have to take up arms, but 23% believe there is some kind of Satan worshiping cabal of pedophiles that literally just run everything on the planet. Like no, 23% believe this almost a quarter of Republicans are like, oh no, no, no. That's, that's a real thing.

What this poll should have said, what the headline should have been was that almost a third of Republicans are totally bat crazy that that's what this headline should have been because that's what this proves. This is utter insanity. So where is the insanity coming from? I'm glad you asked because it's coming from the most obvious and predictable places. The poll found that people who regularly consume right-wing news, Fox news, uh, Newsmax, and one American news own, uh, are nine times more likely to believe in this crazy crap. Nine times more likely if you consume news from any of those three outlets on a regular basis, okay?

The Republican party cannot and should not, and does not deserve to be saved at this point. This party needs to go by the wayside and fast because these are dangerous ideologies. Okay? This isn't just like a political party that still says, oh no, tax cuts for the wealthy trickle-down, that's stupid and stupid. We can handle stupid. In many instances can be undone crazy. On the other hand, that's a whole different animal. That's you're, you're getting into, you know, psychology and neuroscience at this point on how to deprogram these individuals and get them to stop believing in the crazy crap. You know, this isn't something that like trickle-down, when people see it fail enough times, they start to say, you know what? I don't believe this anymore because that's where we're at. Even with Republicans, like, no, that doesn't work, but this stuff you can't, you can't disprove a negative, right? So even though this isn't real, you can't prove that it's not real because it's not real.

And any evidence

You present is just going to be thrown out as, oh, that's deep state propaganda. These individuals have to be deprogrammed. And I don't know how to do it. That's not my area of expertise by any stretch of the imagination, but it has to happen because this is dangerous when 28% of people from one political party say, yep, I might have to grab my gun and head to DC. That's a terrifying thought for both parties. So that's where we're at today. Almost third of Republicans, completely insane. And the problem is only getting worse.