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Failure of QAnon’s March 4 conspiracy theory about Trump

According to QAnon and some Trump followers, former President Donald Trump was due to be reinstated on March 4, 2021 as the president of the United States of America, despite the fact that Joe Biden won the election and has already inaugurated as the U.S President since January 20, 2021.

Since this prediction did not come to pass, Twitter, a social platform that permanently banned Trump has erupted with jokes about QAnon and Trump supporters, and shared lots of memes about the March 4 inauguration that never happened.

Their baseless theory holds that the U.S. government secretly became a corporation in 1871, meaning all presidents since Ulysses S. Grant have not been legitimate, making Trump the 19th true U.S. president on March 4.

Federal agencies, like the U.S. Capitol Police and the Department of Homeland Security were at alert on March 4 because of the possibility that QAnon supporters may collide with Trump supporters and storm the Capitol again.

Now, QAnon has switched the date from March 4 to March 20 and they claimed that March 4 was a false date or “false flag” operation created by the media, Antifa, and the Black Lives Matter movement.

In fact, some QAnon theorists now believe that Trump’s inauguration will take place on March 20, 2021 which is the 167th anniversary of the Republican Party’s founding.

In the past, QAnon conspiracists predicted that Hilary Clinton would be arrested as early as 2017 for using a private e-mail server in the White House when she was the Secretary of State. This prediction did not come true but QAnon decided to be silent on the issue.

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