These QAnon loons are even further gone than we thought

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QAnon was always a cult. There was never any doubt about that. And they have remained a constant threat to sane and well-adjusted individuals everywhere. And now they have gotten even worse. According to multiple reports, members of the deadly group are advising parents to offer Ivermectin to their sick children and babies.

Per vice.com, QAnon members are not seeking medical advice from knowledgeable people like doctors, scientists, and hospitals. Not Q. Instead, they appear to be acting as advocates of advice for — each other. This is not a good thing.

Vice.com cites specific examples of this behavior, with one Q member advising another to put ivermectin on the bottom of a baby’s feet. I believe Q needs more focus than it’s getting. These people are a danger to just about everybody, including in many cases—their own children.

The fact is when one is in a cult, one doesn’t know it. If, in fact, they DID know it, they would leave. But millions have been brain-washed and are no different than any of the other dutiful cult members we have seen through the years.

In the case of the article mentioned above, the baby who was given ivermectin threw up. And someone did advise going to the hospital. “We don’t trust hospitals,” the Q member replied. “I told my son give her more ivermectin.”

The good news was that eventually, the baby WAS taken to the hospital — and survived. Q is more than merely frightening. It’s venomous. It wasn’t too late for this child. It just might be for the next one.

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