WATCH: Right-Wing Conspiracy Theorist On Trump Failures, Giving Up
DeAnna Lorraine, the failed Congressional candidate turned Q-Anon conspiracy YouTuber turned InfoWars host, now says that maybe Donald Trump isn’t playing a master chess game after all.
Lorraine used to sing Trump’s praises, and seemed sure that he would not be removed from the presidency — even boasting about her participation in the MAGA insurrection at the Capitol building on January 6th. However, President Joe Biden has now been in office for over a week, and perhaps some conspiracy-spreading influencers are beginning to realize there’s no secret plan.
QAnon conspiracy theorist DeAnna Lorraine doesn't not how much longer she can continue to "trust the plan" when Trump is out of office and all it's been is four years of "broken promises that are not delivered." https://t.co/sBE0fhXZXE pic.twitter.com/tK5eoXdAtd
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) January 28, 2021
I, for one, am sick of just looking at clues and taking guesses and kinda following down a rabbit hole where it leads to nothing, and there’s just a lot of broken promises that are not delivered. There is a lot of ‘hopium’ that never gets fulfilled. We shouldn’t be blindly following anything or anyone, especially when there’s no evidence for that plan ever materializing. We can point, at every time that this plan was supposed to happen or Trump was supposedly playing 5d chess and supposedly setting traps, or about to do this, no, at no point in the last 4 years, has that trap ever been closed, has the chess move ever been checkmated by Trump. No, none of these hopes and ideals have ever been fulfilled. Not one.
While Lorraine’s video still features her social media handles, she was actually kicked off Twitter in November, NBC reporter Ben Collins confirms, for tweeting abuse about immigrants.
FYI: @DeAnna4Congress tweeted something gruesome that isn't worth sharing about immigrants and extreme violence shortly before her account was suspended.
Twitter said she "was permanently suspended for repeated violations of the Twitter Rules."https://t.co/4hAHJJmQKQ
— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) November 3, 2020
With Trump out of office, DeAnna Lorraine is hardly the first of his supporters to begin the process of giving up on him — but there are still many, including in Congress, willing to defend and support the ex-president.