What comes after Q-anon? Z-anon

By now you’ve probably heard of Q-anon, the mysterious internet figure reportedly working for the Trump campaign that leaves enigmatic clues about President Trump’s mission to expose a Deep State Pedophilia ring.

Week after week, millions of followers wait to hear the newest Q-anon clues. However, some followers have grown frustrated by Q-Anon’s tendency to change direction or walk back bold claims when the predictions don’t pan out. This has given rise to a brand new movement that many people are gravitating toward: Z-anon.

Unlike Q-anon, which claims President Trump is playing a game of 4-D chess against a deep state coalition that is Hell-bent on protecting a pedophile ring, Z-anon claims that Trump is, in fact, playing 1-D chess against people who “know what they’re doing in government and politics.” Recent posts by Z-anon suggest that Trump is, in fact, a complete idiot that is doing everything he can to cover up tax fraud, an invitation to foreign powers to interfere in the election, and substantial evidence of rape perpetrated against under-age girls.

Given the President’s actions since taking office, it’s easy to see why Z-anon is rapidly gaining popularity outpacing even the most popular Q-anon Facebook groups.

While the identity of Z-anon remains unknown, it has been widely speculated that “anyone with half-a-brain” could be the one leaking these rumors.

Despite the President’s long history of failure, Q-anon has long argued that the President’s legacy of failure is a ploy to lure the pedophiles out into the open. By contrast, Z-anon says Trump is a reality TV show host who has failed at everything from casinos to steak, and given his close ties to Jeffrey Eptein, is likely the pedophile himself.

It’s hard to know who to trust in today’s polarized climate. On the one hand, Q-anon is routinely presenting a narrative about the long game that President Trump is engaged in to bring the United States back to the glory of…I guess, like, pre-Civil Rights era America? On the other hand, Z-anon is suggesting something else entirely.

While the President has been notoriously elusive regarding Q-anon, when the Times reached out to President Trump for a comment and he had this to say:

We have a situation where we’re looking very strongly at sinks and showers and other elements of bathrooms, where you turn the faucet on — in areas where there’s [sic] tremendous amounts of water, the water rushes out to sea because you could never handle it — and you don’t get any water. You turn on the faucet and you don’t get any water. They take a shower and water comes dripping out, it’s dripping out, very quietly dripping out. People are flushing toilets 10 times, 15 times, as opposed to once. They end up using more water. So EPA is looking at that very strongly, at my suggestion.

You go into a new building or a new house or new home, and they have standards where you don’t get water. You can’t wash your hands, practically, there’s so little water comes out of the faucet. And the end result is you leave the faucet on and it takes you much longer to wash your hands. You end up using the same amount of water. So we’re looking at, very seriously, at opening up the standard.

And there may be some areas where we’ll go the other route — desert areas — but for the most part you have many states where they have so much water that — it comes down, it’s called ‘rain’ [laughter] — that they don’t know what to do with it. So we’re going to be opening up that, I believe, and we’re look at changing the standards very soon.

So, yeah…Maybe 1D Chess is more likely.




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Jeff Gibbard

Jeff Gibbard

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