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[WATCH] Florida Woman Living In Alternate Trump Timeline

This weekend’s “Insurrection Reunion” at the Trump Doral property in Florida served up all of the imagery one might expect from an event sponsored by Amy Kremer’s criminal enterprise, Women For America First. Aside from beleaguered Congressman Matt Gaetz making all the verbal faux pas he could in one speech, the event also featured appearances from such right-wing faves as Marjorie Taylor Greene and Rand Paul.

Thanks to Trump successfully pushing his “Big Lie” about election fraud along with conservative lies about the insurrection, many of his supporters are now convinced that the riots never even happened and that it was a purely peaceful protest, despite all of the video evidence pointing to the exact opposite.

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 06: Protesters gather on the second day of pro-Trump events fueled by President Donald Trump’s continued claims of election fraud in an attempt to overturn the results before Congress finalizes them in a joint session of the 117th Congress on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

And while no one would have expected any intelligent commentary from any of the attendees, CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan found a woman who is the living embodiment of all of MAGA and QAnon combined.

Watch this insane interview with Trump supporter who is clearly divorced from reality

The woman, who has one of those “of course she’s a Trumper” names (Kinnet Ehring McSweeney), told O’Sullivan that not only didn’t Trump lose the election, but most of the people who stormed the Capitol weren’t even Trump supporters. “Just because people who were in the capitol were wearing Trump shirts and Trump hats doesn’t necessarily make them Trump supporters — anybody can get one of those shirts,” McSweeney said.

McSweeney also acknowledged that her friends think she’s a conspiracy theorist, and said: “I don’t know what’s so terrible about QAnon”.

Frequently described as a virtual cult, QAnon is a sprawling far-right conspiracy theory that promotes the absurd and false claim that Trump has been locked in a battle against a shadowy cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles made up of prominent Democratic politicians and liberal celebrities. Members of the violent pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol had ties to QAnon, and the conspiracy theory has made its way from online message boards into the political mainstream in recent years.

Watch O’Sullivan’s encounter with McSweeney, below.



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