Q Followers Question Their Beliefs After ALL Their Predictions Fail

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Published on 15 Sep 2021, 17:00
Q adherents in California are beginning to question their beliefs after yet another one of their prophecies failed to happen. Some have openly questioned whether or not they "are the sheep" who are being duped by the powers that be. The answer to that question is a resounding YES, and maybe they've finally hit a point where some of them will start to understand that. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins explains what happened.

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

According to a new report from the San Francisco Gate, Q adherents in the state of California are starting to openly wonder if they are in fact, the sheep, if they are the ones following a false prophet. And the reason they're starting to question that is because all of their prophecies have failed to come true. And the most recent one, of course, being the California recall as some kind of a gateway to getting Donald Trump re-instated. That conspiracy theory basically went, you know, we get Newsom out of California, that sets the stage to somehow bring Donald Trump back to the White House. Uh, I don't follow it. I don't understand the connection between the two. But once Gavin Newsom survived that recall attempt these Q people were left with nothing. Yet another one of their conspiracies turned out to be exactly that. And again, this is crazy. I have to read this here.

Oh, so now we need a third time. We have November 3rd. We have the Georgia Senate runoffs. Now we need California. Is there a point that around here, the question can be raised? Uh, I'm not sure Patriots are in control. Are we the sheep? I don't think so, but I mean, are we the sheep for letting this go on? Are we the ones being gas lit? That is what one Q follower posted online and they're not wrong, by the way. Like, oh, the Georgia Senate runoff was a big Q thing. Oh no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You can totally gonna win the 2020 election. Oh no, no, no, no, no. There's going to be that audit in Arizona. Oh no, no, no. Then there's going to be the California recall. No, all of it failed. Every single bit of it failed and at least one Q person who, again, according to that quote, they don't quite think they're the sheep yet, but they're starting to question whether they might be the sheep, whether they're the idiots following people who have no idea what they're talking about.

And to me, that kind of gives me a little bit of optimism, right? If these people are starting to wake up realizing that these crazy conspiracies they've been chasing are all totally false. Maybe they can snap out of it, right? Maybe some of them can be saved. Maybe some of them can be deprogrammed. I mean, after all, if you're a part of a group, a cult even, and they make all these lofty promises and prophecies and none of them ever come true, every promise remains broken. At some point, even a programmed mind in a cult is to have to start questioning whether or not they've made the right decisions, whether or not these people know what they're talking about. And this report gives us hope that some of these Q people are starting to wake up and realize that this is all a farce. That none of it's true. That none of it could possibly even happen if they wanted it to. So there's room for optimism, not a lot, but hey, if at least just a couple people get deprogrammed, that's a good start.
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