Rudy Giuliani retweets prominent QAnon supporter

He's just the latest in Trump's circle to flirt with the conspiracy.

Apr 17, 2019, 2:03 pm


David Covucci 

David Covucci


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For the past few months, members in and around the Trump administration have danced with the QAnon conspiracy, mostly like accidentally, since the far-right conspiracy that once was confined to the bowels of the internet can now be found just about everywhere.

There was Vice President Mike Pence meeting with a Q supporter, a Q fan visiting the White House, and Trump himself sharing a tweet from a Q account.

Now, President Trump’s lawyer got in on the act. Rudy Giuliani retweeted a meme-heavy video of Trump, which included three popular Q phrases: Patriots Awakened, Anons, and #WWG1WGA, which stands for “where we go one, we go all.” The account that shared the video also included the same #WWG1WGA in their profile.

rudy giuliani qanon Rudy Giuiliani/Twitter

While it’s likely that Giuliani, who is as unsavvy a Twitter user as there is, wasn’t aware of the greater significance of the account and the hashtags, Q fans on Twitter, as they do with everything, took it as A SIGN.

Q has yet to post about the tacit endorsement from Giuliani.


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*First Published: Apr 17, 2019, 2:03 pm