A weird conspiracy principle has surged in recognition within the US because the pandemic, based on unique analysis seen by the BBC.
QAnon and its believers say that Donald Trump is right here to save lots of the world from an evil cabal of paedophiles and it’s had a stunning stage of curiosity world wide from Brazil to Germany, the UK and Indonesia.
And this week Twitter introduced it could delete 7,000 QAnon-related accounts, saying it hoped the motion would assist to forestall “offline hurt”.
BBC Population Correspondent Stephanie Hegarty has spoken to QAnon followers and their households to seek out out why this cultish conspiracy has gained a lot traction.
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