DeAnna Lorraine, the failed political candidate who used a YouTube conspiracy theory show to springboard herself to the role of InfoWars host, may have failed out of that role now as well. She is telling her followers on Parler, where she now posts since being kicked off Twitter, that she doesn’t know if her show will be back on the air or not.
It’s not usually a good sign when your boss isn’t letting you know when or if you’ll be needed again. However, in screenshots captured by Right Wing Watch, that’s what Lorraine has told her followers on Parler.
The above post is no longer available on her Parler account, but judging by her interactions with her followers, it appears that she has no idea if she has been fired or not. pic.twitter.com/XdkS195vVZ
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) December 22, 2020
In one of these comments, a response to an apparent fan who is asking about her show, she says, “I’m not sure if I’ve been let go or not. I’m hoping it was just temporary and I’ll resume.”
It’s hard to imagine anyone being too extreme for the network that pushed conspiracy theories claiming the mass murder of children at Sandy Hook Elementary School was faked, but judging from Lorraine’s own posts, she’s not getting any answers from her boss.
Her own wild conspiracy theories include claiming that masks, worn to reduce the spread of COVID-19, are actually the Biblical ‘mark of the beast’ — citing a similarity in spelling between the words “mask” and “mark” — and that Rudy Giuliani, who was hospitalized with COVID-19, would have been better off if he’d just skipped the test, so that he could keep representing Donald Trump’s interests in court after the election.
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