A Republicans Michigan State lawmakers wore a badge to a rally outside the state Capitol, with an American flag painted with a gold letter Q – synonymous with the right-wing conspiracy movement Canon.
Representative Dyer Rendon of Lake City, Michigan, who is also chairman of the House Insurance Committee Several other state committees, Was asked if PIN was referring to the QAnon group and responded: “That’s a flag with a Q.”
Detroit News When pressed on what the queue meant, she replied: “The queue is the highest security in the federal government … what it is.”
QA in QAnon Conspiracy Theory is a reference to “Q Level Clearance”, a top-secret clearance level in the US Department of Energy, which is pseudonymously accepted by Nigue ious Q at the center of the conspiracy.
QAnon’s description of the Southern Poverty Law Center calls it “a spider web of right-wing Internet conspiracy theories” that “the world is run by a secret cabal of pedophiles who worship and oppose Satan.” Donald Trump.
The image of QAnon can be seen at many meetings of supporters of former presidents, their rallies and the violent attack on the US Capitol on January 6th.
Rendon is attending Tuesday’s event in Lansing, Michigan, for supporters of another audit of the state’s 2020 election. He addressed a crowd of hundreds.
In his comments, he questioned why others do not want to see “evidence” of electoral fraud, which he believes is “accessible” by voting machines and subject to potential hacking.
When questioned, she said she had never seen “logs” from machines that would prove any hacking, or that she could not read it.
In December 2020, Ms Rendon was one of two GOP state representatives listed among plaintiffs on a failed federal lawsuit whose purpose was to require state legislatures to certify the results of a presidential election.
Said Laora Barnes, chairwoman of the Michigan Democratic Party Detroit News Mrs Rendon is turning to “further false, dangerous and violent conspiracy theories about the 2020 election.”
“If she is convinced by her own bogus conspiracy theories about the 2020 election results, she should resign,” Barnes said. “Michiganders and our democracy are definitely better.”
President Joe Biden Michigan won by 154,000 votes or three percentage points.
The outcome of the election in the state has been upheld by tens of previous audits, court rulings, and an investigation by the state Senate Oversight Committee headed by Republicans.