Blowback? QAnon book becomes best-seller as deplatforming ‘strengthens’ conspiracy theorists
Blowback? QAnon book becomes best-seller as deplatforming ‘strengthens’ conspiracy theorists (VIDEO)
The QAnon anthology rose to the top of Amazon’s “censorship and politics” category, even as media outlets and news networks slammed the conspiracy as dangerous and deluded. Ironically, the book may owe its success to attempts to deplatform and silence conspiracy theorists – the most notable example being Alex Jones, whose popularity shot through the roof after being kicked off of Facebook and Twitter.
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Don Courtier takes a deep dive into the shadowy world of QAnon blowback.