DISGUSTING FAKE NEWS: Newsweek Compares QAnon, Who Never Killed Anyone — To ISIS, Who Murdered Over 18,800 in Iraq Alone

The dishonesty of the left knows no bounds.
Far left Newsweek on Thursday published a grotesque screed comparing the Islamic State to the QAnon internet movement.

ISIS murdered over 18,800 in Iraq alone. Its evil and inhumane practices are well documented.

QAnon is behind ZERO murders. Not one. The internet movement was popular during the Trump years and speculated about how the Deep State and coup plotters were going to be arrested and face justice. None of that ever happened.

The violent left today is making this comparison to spread ignorance and hate.

Ewan Palmer at Newsweek reported:

People are radicalized into the QAnon conspiracy theory in much the same way as those who joined up with the Islamic State militant group (ISIS), according to an extremist expert.

Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler, senior director of the Counter Extremism Project, talked about the similarities in how ISIS and QAnon managed to appeal to people to join, and how they also attract the same type of person, during an episode of The Hunt with WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green.

Schindler described how, just like QAnon, ISIS propaganda found an audience by being shared online. The difference being most people did not fully comprehend how the beliefs of QAnon, listed as a domestic terrorist threat by the FBI, could escalate into real life violence until their supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6.

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