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New York Times blames ‘QAnon’ for Balenciaga p3dophilia scandal (thepostmillennial.com)

After a detailed explanation of how tasteful Balenciaga’s two recent, controversial ad campaigns actually are, the Times claims that criticism of the ads from Fox News and Tucker Carlson’s criticism are part of a QAnon conspiracy theory.

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NEOGEO
NEOGEO
1 month ago

Seems to be the usual treatment when people get too close to the truth. Let’s hope this narrative blows up in their faces.

Rosey
Rosey
1 month ago

Hard to believe the left and right can t even come together around protecting kids now.

beatsandbiceps
beatsandbiceps
1 month ago
Reply to  Rosey

Since when have the left cared about protecting kids?

Meme
Meme
1 month ago
Reply to  beatsandbiceps

Since always. And doing a much better job than the GOP.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
1 month ago

Great Awakening dot win is the main hub for the Q community. It is not called QAnon. Q stuff is probably a psyop, but the label used by the mainstream is also bs.