Hawaii GOP Spox Resigns After Defending QAnon

Hawaii News Now reports:

The Hawaii GOP is facing backlash Sunday after a series of tweets — now deleted — that expressed support for QAnon conspiracy theorists. Tweets were posted Saturday night on @GOPHawaii and deleted Sunday morning without explanation.

On Sunday night, Hawaii GOP vice Chair of communications Edwin Boyette resigned through a Facebook post. In his statement, he wrote “the discussion of the Q-Conspiracy was an error of judgement.”

The messages on the Hawaii Republican Party’s Twitter account said followers of QAnon don’t deserve mockery and that they were “largely motivated by a sincere and deep love for America.”

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