Young boy at QAnon rally shouts conspiracy that Biden is ‘child molester’
In a new HBO documentary that follows Trump’s supporters before the Capitol riot, a young boy was captured at a QAnon rally shouting conspiracy theories like “Biden is a child molester.”
A young boy named Jaden, whose last name was not released, was standing next to his father Brandon at the protest as filmmaker Andrew Callaghan captured the moment.
“Biden is a child molester and he kidnaps kids and does horrible things to them just like Hillary Clinton and Obama did the virus,” Jaden yelled in the trailer for the documentary This Place Rules.
“The virus is man-made, it doesn’t exist, children need to be put back in school,” he continued.
A young boy named Jaden (pictured), whose last name was not released, claimed in a documentary trailer that “Biden is a child molester and kidnaps children and does horrible things to them just like Hillary Clinton and Obama did the virus.” “. This place rules
Jaden (below right) was spotted alongside his father Brandon (right) at a QAnon rally while filmmaker Andrew Callaghan (left) captured the moment. The documentary follows Trump supporters who led the January 6 uprising
QAnon is a movement known for promoting a far-right conspiracy theory that claims a secret “deep state” conspiracy against President Trump and his supporters.
The documentary delves deep into Trump’s supporters who led to the Jan. 6 riots, in which the Select House Committee recently recommended indicting the former president on three crimes.
In a separate interview at his family home, Jaden went on to say that “the people pulling the strings are the Italian Vatican” who have “reptilian bloodlines from another planet.”
“They’re basically robots and the bad people that are there, like the Rothschilds, sucking the blood out of kids to get an adrenal clone and stay young and beautiful forever,” he told Callaghan.
“They pick them up and take them to a submarine and go underground until they get to Epstein Island where they molest children.”
The kid, who said he has no friends at school, was often seen playing with toy guns and violent video games during his interviews, and often visits a QAnon website.
The family of five (pictured) follows QAnon and Brandon (black t-shirt) introduced his son Jaden to a Q-board, which the boy claims he gets his information on how the Vatican is made up of ‘reptilian bloodlines’
The QAnon symbol was seen during the January 6 riots (pictured)
“Some people say there will be a power outage. No TV except Donald J. Trump who shows live news and what he’s going to do is he’s going to lock up and jail all the other pedophiles and reptilian bloodlines,” Jaden said he got out of the “dark Stream media”. Website.
Outside of the “dark stream media,” Jaden told Callaghan, “the Trump media, which actually tells the whole truth, is another “good place to check.”
On the QAnon board, Brandon Callaghan showed some posts and said they were often “cryptic” and needed deciphering.
“You have to understand that he speaks a cryptic code. There’s actually a Q-Clock that you have to use to decode all this stuff,” Brandon told the filmmaker. “The purpose of the movement is to question everything.”
Part of questioning everything includes the chipotle pepper logo, according to Brandon, who claims the innermost whorl ends in an upward triangle symbolizing the “mark of a young lover.”
Brandon and his unnamed wife also took their children out of school due to mask requirements. It is unclear if they have since returned to school as mandates were lifted.
“I don’t want my kids to wear masks,” the mother of three said, though her kids told Callaghan they miss school “a lot.”
Jaden also claimed child molesters use a submarine to go underground to “Epstein Island” to abuse children
Jaden also claimed he has no friends at school but misses them “a lot.” His parents had their children withdrawn from school due to mask requirements and it is unclear if they have since returned to school
Jaden’s little sister, who was not named, said her mother decided not to homeschool her full-time because she didn’t want them to be isolated from their friends, to which Jaden said he didn’t and his sister said she had ‘one or two’.
“At least you’ve got us,” said his sister, who claims McDonald’s food is made of “ground kids.”
“It’s sad that they don’t have many friends to play with, but I think in the long run they will be better adults with better education than being popular,” the mother said.
QAnon was spotted along with seven other far-right groups in the Jan. 6 riots.
Her symbol is simply a Q and was common among the thousands of Trump supporters in attendance.
QAnon’s conspiracy theory has become more mainstream in recent years, as the president retweeted his claims and supported people who believed it while running for office.
The conspiracy claims that Trump is waging a secret war against the so-called Deep State, which includes many political, business and Hollywood elites.
It advances the theory that elites worship Satan, abuse and murder children, and engage in cannibalism.
There is still no conclusive proof of these claims, which were originally made by an anonymous poster named Q on the 4chan website.
Other groups in the riot were the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, whose members and leaders faced multiple charges over the riot.