House lawmakers introduce bipartisan resolution to condemn ‘dangerous’ QAnon conspiracy theory

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CNN By Veronica Stracqualursi

Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski and Republican Rep. Denver Riggleman on Tuesday introduced a bipartisan resolution in the US House to condemn QAnon, which has increasingly started to take hold in mainstream politics after originating as a fringe conspiracy theory on the internet.

The resolution “condemns QAnon and rejects the conspiracy theories it promotes,” according to a draft released by Malinowski’s office.
Although the legislation is largely symbolic, it does provide Republican lawmakers with an opportunity to denounce a movement that’s increasingly gaining currency in their party and whose followers have been praised by President Donald Trump. A few Republican candidates for Congress have appeared to embrace the fringe conspiracy theory.
QAnon’s prevailing conspiracy theories — none based in fact — claim that dozens of Satan-worshipping politicians and A-list celebrities work in tandem with governments around the globe to engage in child sex abuse. The group also peddles in conspiracies about coronavirus and mass shootings — none grounded in reality. Followers also believe there is a “deep state” effort to annihilate Trump.
The FBI has labeled QAnon a domestic terror threat.
The bipartisan House resolution encourages the FBI and law enforcement to “strengthen their focus on preventing violence, threats, harassment, and other criminal activity by extremists motivated by fringe political conspiracy theories.”
The resolution also urges Americans, regardless of party, to seek information from “authoritative sources, and to engage in political debate from a common factual foundation.”

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