“Hey, do you have a flag with a Q?” Bob is at his third stand with “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) items. And he still hasn’t found his happiness. He is a follower of QAnon, a conspiracy group convinced that elites involved in a vast pedophile and satanist network constitute a kind of Deep State that Donald Trump must fight against. A salesperson answers him with a very curt “No!”. “We want real news, not fake news from the media!” Bob exclaims as he walks, motivated, towards Freedom Plaza.
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Freedom Plaza. It was there, a few hundred yards from the White House, that Trump supporters gathered in Washington on Saturday to form the Million MAGA March. Objective: to challenge the defeat of the Republican and march to the Supreme Court, as a last stand for those who did not support “their” president. While 72.6 million Americans voted for Trump, the hoped-for million participants were not met, as White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany said.