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An adviser to Trump ally Roger Stone appeared to gesture for Hillary Clinton to be hanged at a conference with QAnon attendees
  • Jason Sullivan, social media adviser to Roger Stone, seemd to imply Hillary Clinton should be hanged.
  • Sullivan made a gesture appearing to resemble a noose while talking about Clinton at a QAnon conference.
  • The conference, lasting three days, has attracted crowds of supporters who cheered at Sullivan's gesture.
Referring to Clinton as a "godawful woman who shall not be named," Jason Sullivan, Stone's social media adviser, made a noose gesture with his hand on a stage. His action was received with loud applause from a crowd of QAnon gatherers.
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Ex-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell showed up to a QAnon conference in a biker vest and falsely claimed Trump could be 'reinstated' as president
  • Former Trump attorney Sidney Powell told the audience at a QAnon conference that Trump could be inaugurated and "reinstated" as president.
  • Powell wore a leather biker vest adorned with a slew of pro-Trump and religious patches.
  • Powell, who previously represented Trump in his efforts to overturn the 2020 election, is a longtime promoter of the QAnon conspiracy theory.
Sidney Powell, former President Donald Trump's ex-attorney, told the audience at a QAnon conference on Saturday that President Joe Biden should be removed from office and Trump should be "reinstated" as president.

Powell, who's filed dozens of unsuccessful lawsuits attempting to overturn 2020 election results, falsely told the crowd that Trump could still be inaugurated, but he wouldn't get credit for "time lost."

"He can simply be reinstated," she said, eliciting cheers from the Dallas crowd.

"A new inauguration day is set and Biden is told to move out of the White House. And President Trump should be moved back in. I'm sure there's not going to be credit for time lost, unfortunately, because the Constitution sets the date for inauguration, but he should definitely get the remainder of his term and make the most of it."

Powell, a longtime promoter of the QAnon conspiracy theory, wore a leather biker vest adorned with political and religious patches, including one that read "MAGA" and another with, "No God No Peace Know God Know Peace."
Dominion Voting Systems filed a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against Powell earlier this year, accusing her of helping push "a viral disinformation campaign" that spread dangerous lies about the election and the company.
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Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert downplayed the Capitol riot at a major QAnon conference and posed for photos with a conspiracy theorist influencer
  • Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Texas Republican, spoke at a major QAnon conference on Saturday in Dallas.
  • Gohmert downplayed the Jan. 6 Capitol riot to the crowd of QAnon supporters and MAGA proponents.
  • The congressman spoke in front of a large image of the event's logo, which featured the QAnon mantra "Where we go one, we go all."
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or Trump-ism

Trumpism refers to the nontraditional political philosophy and approach espoused by Donald Trump and his supporters. The term Trumpism can also be used to directly refer to an outrageous or idiosyncratic statement made by Donald Trump.

Trump, whom many observers consider an anomaly, left the White House by saying, “We will be back in some form.” His legacy is “Trumpism” – a wave of white nationalism.

Trumpisms are Bushisms on steroids.