Orange County, California, made it very clear that the QAnon conspiracies spewed by Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz weren’t welcome in any of their venues on Saturday. Since you can’t stop the Qrazy, they finally pulled a Four Seasons Total Landscaping and had their mini-hatefest outside the Riverside City Hall. For roughly 20 minutes, Greene and Gaetz trumpeted the QAnon Greatest Hits: Trump really won, don’t get vaccinated, the Democrats want to eat your babies, etc.

Twitter enjoyed the videos of the smallish turnout, particularly the ones where protestors could be heard yelling “Pedophile!” at Gaetz over and over. But even as Gaetz and Greene were being denied by the city of Anaheim, a full-on QAnon gathering was taking place not too far away. Interestingly, the two weren’t invited to join in with the pack of insanity over at the Influenza Church, because all of their friends were there. Maybe they thought there was no room at the Inn-sanity because it was “100% SOLD OUT!”

The real underlying issue here is, why do all of these people believe in the QIdiocy? What is so hard about reality that they have to twist themselves into human pretzels to believe something as ludicrous as JFK Jr hiding out in Pennsylvania for 20 years so he can be Donald Trump’s running mate in 2024? It’s so much easier to just learn math.

It’s also a lot less dangerous. Because between the January 6th insurrection and the anti-vaxxer lies they push, QAnons aren’t just spreading lies. They’re causing others to die, and they’re also trying to break into Congress in larger numbers now. Ali Velshi reported on Sunday that there are currently 40 potential QAnon candidates running in the 2022 midterms, and that’s dangerous for the country as a whole.

Velshi dedicated a portion of his show to how the rise of QAnon in America made it inside our Capitol, both legally and illegally. Watch the full segment, below.

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