Eric Trump, President Trump’s middle son and a campaign surrogate, promoted QAnon–whose followers the FBI has deemed “conspiracy theory-driven domestic terrorists”—in an Instagram post ahead of the president’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday, providing a massive platform for the right-wing conspiracy.
The post showed an American flag with the message, “Who’s ready for the Trump Rally tonight?” and the letter “Q,” the symbol for the conspiracy theory. At the bottom of the photo was an acronym for the slogan of the conspiracy theory followers: “Where We Go One, We Go All.”
President Trump himself often uses his own Twitter account to promote fringe accounts online, and while he has also never explicitly endorsed the QAnon theory, he has retweeted QAnon supporters several times and multiple tweets with QAnon messages.
Actually I believe the number of times that Daddy Trump has retweeted QAnon nutbags is approaching 200.