Q really seems to act like a virus, finding and exploiting vulnerabilities in each new host is discovers: Germany's far-right groups were the first, and now France's Yellow Jackets, Italy's anti-vaxxers and UK's Brexiteers.
Why? Trump's role is at the heart of the Q narrative.
Answer (according to Politico): COVID19. "People are spending even more time online, so have more time to come across ... conspiracy content... Several anti-lockdown protests — with a heavy dose of QAnon rhetoric — have taken place recently".
Several groups use the narrative without mentioning Q, possibly to avoid being taken down.
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