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Perhaps a little much needed levity




It can’t be easy to keep the faith in QAnon these days. For some reason, God-Emperor Trump is limited to a handful of rallies and the occasional snarling press release. The mysterious poster known as Q has been silent for almost a year. The movement is fractured, with many prominent supporters arrested after the Capitol riot on January 6th. At a QAnon conference in Las Vegas over the weekend, Couy Griffin, a New Mexico county commissioner who founded “Cowboys for Trump” and is facing charges over his role in the siege, denounced the former president for failing to lock up Hillary Clinton, among others. “Okay, Mr. President, you were in charge of the law for four years,” he said. “At the end of your four year time, the only ones that were locked up were men like me, and others like me, that have stood by the president the strongest.”

These remarks strike at the very heart of the QAnon myth — that Trump would punish, imprison or execute a wide swath of the liberal establishment for their crimes against this nation. Guys like Griffin are living proof that, when backed against a wall, the most hardened cultist may yet realize he’s been duped by his divine leader, who never made good on a single promise.


With this potential disappointment in Trump himself, some QAnon believers have focused their attention elsewhere, spreading conspiracy junk about the COVID-19 vaccines and election fraud. They’ve also gone to great lengths to paint Joe Biden as a doddering pedophile barely cognizant of his surroundings — which, according to one theory, are far away from Washington, D.C. Since he took office, the Q faithful have speculated that images of Biden at the White House are from an elaborate TV set on director and producer Tyler Perry’s 330-acre studio lot outside of Atlanta. Supposedly, the difference is clear from photographic comparisons.



Biden-hating denialists have a few reasons to push this narrative. For one, it allows them to trust that the real White House has been secured by the U.S. military, as the fake news website Real Raw News “reported” this summer. “To avoid shame and maintain an illusion of power” after being repelled from the property on January 20th, the column asserts, “Biden’s people concocted a ruse, supported by his media allies, to deceive the American public into believing he had won a fair election and had moved into the White House on schedule.” In this version of events, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is dark and empty, awaiting Trump’s glorious return. The bogus theory got another bump in recent weeks when people noticed that Biden had received his vaccine booster and addressed the nation from a room outfitted with fake windows and digital backdrops.


Media outlets explained that the president’s team was only using the South Court Auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building — part of the White House complex — because it’s bigger and more accessible than the Oval Office, with auditorium space for press and cameras. Trump appeared there often himself, although the new administration’s set dressing has doubtless helped to convince QAnon foot soldiers that Biden is play-acting in a remote location.

As for why that would be a White House replica on Tyler Perry’s land in Georgia, well, that’s simple: Perry endorsed Biden in 2020, and he really does have a replica of the White House.


Perry’s White House, found on his massive studio lot, is an 80 percent scale model of the real thing, built for shooting his BET soap opera The Oval, which explores the lives of a fictional first family and their resident staff. Biden, to my knowledge, hasn’t visited the set. Its mere existence, however, is the final puzzle piece for those who need assurance that the sitting commander-in-chief is delivering remarks and greeting dignitaries as an exiled, illegitimate ruler. For TikTok propagandists, zooming in on satellite imagery of this White House is enough of a gotcha to confirm that Biden’s handlers have orchestrated an outlandish hoax. It’s like seeing a selfie your friend took in front of the Eiffel Tower and saying, “Nice try, you were obviously posing at the fake one they have at Disney World.” No deduction necessary.








How any of this squares with blaming Biden for high gas prices and supply chain problems is of course too trivial to worry about, as is the apparent vacuum in the executive branch: if Joe’s faking his duties, but Trump’s not back in charge, then who, exactly, is running the country? Doesn’t matter as long as you’re taken with the idea that Biden is mooching off his Black friend while the world falls apart outside — a neat parallel, also, to how conservatives might characterize his two terms as vice president under Obama. Those ready to look for answers in and around Perry’s White House, however, should be warned: He doesn’t take kindly to trespassers on his property, and will press charges or sue you when you’re caught. If the man can provide security to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, he can ensure strict privacy.

Though it makes you wonder. What’s he hiding? Why is the studio perimeter locked down so tightly? Doesn’t this seem excessive for a bunch of film sets? Ah, now you’re thinking like a conspiracist — the absence of evidence is the story. You can’t hide the truth forever, Tyler.
 

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A second-tier QAnon influencer who has baselessly accused high-ranking Democrats of being pedophiles is himself a convicted sex offender, a Right Wing Watch investigation found.

David Todeschini, under the alias of David Trent, operates the Net4Truth BitChute channel with some 21,000 followers, a GoFundMe page for “Christian Ministry and Veteran’s advocacy” featuring QAnon rhetoric, and number of social media pages. Todeschini was also the owner of a YouTube channel that had thousands of followers until that platform purged channels espousing the dangerous QAnon conspiracy theory following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

QAnon is a far-right conspiracy theory that posits that a “deep state” made up of high-ranking Democrats, business leaders, and Hollywood figures are operating a satanic child-sex trafficking cult and that former President Donald Trump has been working to bring down the cult. The conspiracy theory has become a movement whose followers are among Trump’s most ardent supporters. Like many other QAnon followers, Todeschini was among those who attended the rally prior to the insurrection on Jan. 6 to keep Trump in office, though it’s unclear whether he was among the cohort that breached the U.S. Capitol.

In his videos, Todeschini calls for Democratic politicians in D.C. to be “taken out at gunpoint,” alleges children are being trafficked, and claims Hillary Clinton, Bill Barr, and others have been convicted of treason and sentenced to hang. The introduction for his videos displays QAnon slogans and the symbol of the Three Percenters, a paramilitary extremist group.

In one video dated Sept. 9, Todeschini railed against a report that President Joe Biden would require federal government employees to be vaccinated, stating, “Why this country hasn’t risen up and hung these bastards by now is beyond me.” He added, “These treasonous rat bastards need to be taken out of Washington, D.C. I say get all the children out and nuke it for [inaudible].” The title of that video accused Biden of being a “Cho-mo”—prison slang for a pedophile.

In another video dated Aug. 14, Todeschini and fellow conspiracy theorist “Stoney Stone” interviewed “mini” Mike Lindell—a 13-year-old whose hero appears to be election conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell—complimenting him for being “well spoken” and for his passion for politics.

But the 70-year-old Todeschini is a convicted sex offender—a level three threat, according to New York sex offender registry, meaning that he is at “high risk of repeat offense and a threat to public safety exists.” That registry categorizes him as a “sexually violent offender.” Todeschini was convicted in 1999 of coercing an 8-year-old boy into sexual acts three years earlier.

RWW was tipped off to Todeschini’s record via Gabe Hoffman, owner and producer of the documentary “An Open Secret.”



Todeschini can easily be identified as his alias with a quick visual comparison of “David Trent” on the “Inglorious Patriots” BitChute program to Todeschini’s 2019 mugshot from the New York sex offender registry and his 2020 mugshot from the North Carolina sex offender registry. Todeschini’s alias is hardly hidden—RWW was able to cross-reference multiple social media accounts to determine they are operated by the same person. Numerous aspects of Todeschini’s LinkedIn page match his Facebook page, which he operates under the Trent alias, including claiming to have worked for IBM and served in the U.S. Air Force, his love for his Jeep Wrangler, and having studied at RCA Institutes. His LinkedIn page also advertises his Net4Truth website. The ’97 Jeep Wrangler description on his LinkedIn page matches the vehicle description provided on the New York sex offender registry, and his BitChute channel also advertises his Facebook page. On numerous social media pages, he touts being a Vietnam war veteran.

Donald Rebovich, a professor of criminal justice at Utica College and author of a 2015 U.S. Department of Justice study “Hiding in Plain Sight? A Nationwide Study of the Use of Identity Manipulation by Registered Sex Offenders,” told Right Wing Watch that that study found around 13 to 15 percent of registered sex offenders have manipulated their identities to evade registration tracking. “It doesn’t sound like a lot, but it amounts to tens of thousands of offenders,” he said, adding, “If you’re a registered sex offender and present yourself as someone else, that could be considered a violation.”

In his videos, Todeschini has stated that he is operating out of southern North Carolina; that corresponds with the Hamlet, North Carolina, address listed for Todeschini in that state’s registry. The New York registry listed an address for Todeschini in Atco, New Jersey, along with employment addresses in Woodside, New York, and Jersey City, New Jersey. Right Wing Watch reached out to North Carolina and New Jersey law enforcement about whether Todeschini’s online alias is known—under federal law, aliases used by sex offenders can be made known to the public—whether he is at all in violation of his terms of release, and what online interactions with minors are allowed. Sergeant Timothy Lyons with the Waterford Township Police Department in New Jersey told Right Wing Watch that Todeschini is not registered in Waterford Township (where Todeschini’s Atco residence is listed) but was unable to provide more information. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, when contacted, said Todeschini is not under parole or probation supervision in New York, but that New York law requires individuals to provide all aliases, in addition to other information, at the time they are required to register and to notify the registry of any changes.

Right Wing Watch also reached out to GoFundMe about the page Todeschini operates that promotes QAnon. A spokesperson for the platform replied to Right Wing Watch confirming that “the fundraiser violates GoFundMe Terms of Service and has been removed from the platform.”

Right Wing Watch sent Todeschini an email about his use of an alias to the email address provided on his “Inglorious Patriots” program. We will update this post should he respond.

In blog posts from the early 2000s, Todeschini promoted himself as a “WebPastor” and promoted his Net4Truth website. In a 2006 post, he defended Michael Jackson, who was accused of molesting children numerous times, writing, “As far as sleeping in the same bed with a child – that, too, is not in itself, evil,” later adding, “False allegations of child sexual abuse have become a weapon in the hands of The Merchants of Chaos.” In the same post, he suggested that “malicious prosecution” of those accused of pedophilia has led more pedophiles to kill their victims to hide the crime.

Even then, Todeschini was promoting conspiracy theories, using language that would become familiar to those following QAnon, claiming that “The Satanic agenda of the New World Order dictates that the nuclear family be destroyed.”

Todeschini is far from the only QAnon follower to have committed violent acts or to have a history of illegally engaging with a minor. In 2020, a Texas QAnon supporter used her car to attack strangers she believed were “pedophiles,” and this past August, a father murdered his two children—ages 1 and 3—claiming to have been “enlightened” by QAnon and Illuminati conspiracy theories. Right Wing Watch previously reported that QAnon influencer Phil Godlewski had been convicted in 2010 of corruption of a minor after engaging in a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl when he was 28.
 

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It is now clearer than ever that the 'BRITISH-BRODASTING-CORPORATION' needs to start organising their best lawyers for this upcoming storm... 👀


QAnon: Doubling down like conjoined twins playing poker in a hall of mirrors.
Aptly, they named a few of the last qanon/etc gatherings 'Patriots double down' too. Just, you know, without humour. 😔
 

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I don't get why people hate vaccines over more intrusive masks. Masks have to be worn every day and are literally in your face. Whereas vaccines are 2-3 shots(with booster), and you get somewhat sick for 3-6 days, then you are fine.
 

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I don't get why people hate vaccines over more intrusive masks. Masks have to be worn every day and are literally in your face. Whereas vaccines are 2-3 shots(with booster), and you get somewhat sick for 3-6 days, then you are fine.
"But I don't know what's in it!" people whine, as they stuff food in their maws that have ingredient lists which read like a chemistry textbook.
 
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"But I don't know what's in it!" people whine, as they stuff food in their maws that have ingredient lists which read like a chemistry textbook.
While you have a point, a lot of really mundane but harmless and/or vital stuff in food sounds scary when you see its chemical description. It rather annoys me when I hear people go off against chemicals, just assuming they're all bad, even though literally everything anyone will ever eat, drink, breathe and touch is made up of chemicals. Also, natural does not necessarily mean good. Raw oil is natural, but you probably don't want to drink it.

But there is potential for entertainment. You can ask if they like salmon, and then put on a grave face and tell them that's full of dihydroxycholicalciferol aka vitamin D
 
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The Seuss estate deciding not to reprint half a dozen books because they don't sell well and have some racist bits: censorship, erasing history, cancel culture run amok, etc
Texas AG hopeful launching "investigation" into 850 books for content including race, sexuality or "anything that makes students feel discomfort"...?
 

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The Seuss estate deciding not to reprint half a dozen books because they don't sell well and have some racist bits: censorship, erasing history, cancel culture run amok, etc
Texas AG hopeful launching "investigation" into 850 books for content including race, sexuality or "anything that makes students feel discomfort"...?
"Conservatives are the good guys. Ipso facto, this actual government censorship doesn't count as censorship, but refusing to pay for Netflix because you don't like their product does."
 
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The Seuss estate deciding not to reprint half a dozen books because they don't sell well and have some racist bits: censorship, erasing history, cancel culture run amok, etc
Texas AG hopeful launching "investigation" into 850 books for content including race, sexuality or "anything that makes students feel discomfort"...?
I wonder what they mean by race here
 

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"Does this make white people feel less wonderful than they should for being the superior race?"
Well, the banned some stuff about slavery. The 1776 report pretty much just ignored slavery existing. I'm wondering if their just intended to wipe away most of that history.

Conservatives tend to be so frightened of criticism they will do anything, including changing history
 

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The Seuss estate deciding not to reprint half a dozen books because they don't sell well and have some racist bits: censorship, erasing history, cancel culture run amok, etc
Texas AG hopeful launching "investigation" into 850 books for content including race, sexuality or "anything that makes students feel discomfort"...?
That was technically old news, but thank you for the update. The estate made an announcement earlier this year.

 
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The civil trial against the 2017 Unite the Right Charlottesville rally started yesterday. Twitter transcripts:

Cantwell the Crying Nazi and Spencer the Punching Bag are representing themselves, so this should be entertaining.

Classic "it's just jokes bro" defense