QAnon has now identified Kyle Rittenhouse as a Deep State agent


It has been nearly a month since Kyle Rittenhouse, who transported a gun across state borders as a miner shortly before killing two people and seriously injuring another during protests against police brutality in Wisconsin has been acquitted of all charges. The jury verdict marked the end of the first chapter in another sad and predictable story of white privilege, American gun cult and racial injustice.

One could be forgiven for assuming that he is currently basking in the limelight amid QAnon’s virulent anti-BLM and pro-firepower mob – but it turns out that it couldn’t be further from the case, for very trivial reasons. And sometimes “petty reasons” are all it takes to find yourself in the larger network of paranoia of deep state actors and enemies of Trump for Q believers.

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Knock on wood – Rittenhouse’s first betrayal of QAnon (a move that, to be fair, he never publicly espoused) came during his first major post-acquittal interview on The Tucker Carlson show on November 23. In it, he unequivocally criticized his initial legal team which included QAnon hero and Trump ally Lin Wood for using Rittenhouse’s bail fundraiser as front for bigger scam.

After ruffling QAnon’s feathers, he doubled down the next night in a separate interview with NewsNation in which he also cited Wood’s general nonsense as a major reason for ending their relationship. “We fired him because he was going on, for example, all of this stuff about QAnon and voter fraud and just things we didn’t agree with,” Rittenhouse said during the segment.

Rittenhouse later added bluntly, “He’s crazy… how he thinks he’s God and he just says all these weird things. Like “we’re going to keep this boy in jail because there won’t be any… civil or criminal prosecution as the election approaches,” which is just utter madness. Understandably, conspiracy theorists adhering to Lin Wood’s ramblings saw these statements as an ultimate betrayal of their cause.

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Give a “meaning” to it all – This morning, Rittenhouse announced that he would be on the list of guest speakers for this year’s America Fest, a gathering hosted by Charlie Kirk’s Turning Points USA group that features the who’s who of conservative reactionaries and their fans. It takes place this weekend in Phoenix, AZ. QAnon’s true believers on Telegram were less than amused. In fact, the news only further confirmed their belief that Rittenhouse was a Deep State agent all this time.

“I KNEW this was going to happen”, prominent conspiracy theorist John “QAnon John” Sabal posted on his Telegram page. “It all stinks, the whole damn thing was a plan,” replied one follower, reminding others that the Kenosha tragedy and the trial that followed was a “CIA operation.” “Kyle is not an innocent child! People have to wake up and we have to save our country, ”they added.

“Rittenhouse doesn’t smell,” suggested another. “They play it like shit [sic] violin !! ”another wrote, although it was not exactly clear who“ they ”are. Take your pick.

Part of a larger QAnon Civil War – It’s no surprise to see Rittenhouse stuck in QAnon’s already crowded network of opponents thanks to his recent comments. Rittenhouse isn’t the only person to find himself in Q’s bad favor lately, either. It’s all part of a a bigger civil war is brewing within the movement As the factions part ways along the minutiae of the plot regarding Lin Wood and his new nemesis, disgraced General Michael Flynn. Last week, Wood posted a new Telegram post that included a list of new QAnon opponents, including Tucker Carlson, Charlie Kirk, Sheriff David Clarke, and even Marjorie Taylor Greene. Oh, and let’s not forget, Dan Bongino.

A storm is coming indeed, as Q supporters have long sworn. It just comes from their own ranks, and even Kyle Rittenhouse doesn’t want to be a part of it.

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