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Yahoo! ArtsAug 13, 2020
Team Trump Isn't Even Hiding Its Support for QAnon Kooks Anymore
The Trump campaign and a top House Republican group are rallying around a QAnon conspiracy theorist expected to win a seat in the House this November, even attacking a GOP lawmaker who criticized the conspiracy theory that the FBI considers a domestic terrorism threat. QAnon believer Marjorie Taylor Greene won a Republican primary run-off in Georgia's 14th Congressional District on Tuesday. Because Greene's district is heavily Republican, her primary win all but guarantees that a QAnon supporter will take a spot in Congress in November.Until now, leading Republicans have typically avoided openly embracing the party's QAnon supporters, who follow a series of internet clues that have been posted by a mysterious figure called "Q" since October 2017. QAnon believers embrace a theory of the world that imagines Trump is engaged in a secret war against a pedophile-cannibal "cabal" in the Democratic Party, Hollywood, and other institutions. The Shocking Secret Past of One of QAnon's Most Toxic StarsQAnon believers are obsessed with a moment called "The Storm," the much-awaited day they believe Trump will order mass-arrests of his political opponents and either imprison them in Guantanamo Bay or subject them to military execution. The FBI considers QAnon a potential domestic terror threat, and QAnon believers have allegedly committed two murders, a terrorist incident, and plotted two child abductions, among other crimes. Top GOP leaders have embraced Greene now that she has won the nomination. Donald Trump praised her in a tw

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Mike Pence ‘Can't Wait' for Kamala Harris Showdown: ‘It's On,' He Says, Grimacing
Vice President Mike Pence cannot contain his excitement (or dread?) about facing off against Kamala Harris on the debate stage. In an interview with Sean Hannity on Wednesday night, half grimacing and half apparently swallowing back a little sob, the former Indiana governor told the Fox News host he "can't wait" to take on Harris during the vice presidential debate in Utah on Oct. 7. "I just have to tell you, I like the matchup. It's on, Sean," he said with a pained expression. After claiming the Democratic ticket had been "overtaken by the radical left," Pence spent most of the interview regurgitating Trump campaign talking points and gushing over the president, who he said is a sure bet to win the Nov. 3 election. "I can't wait to get back out there. I'll be in Iowa tomorrow telling the story of what this president has done, how we made this country stronger, more prosperous in our first three years, how President Trump has seen us through the worst pandemic in 100 years ..." "I think the American people are going to vote for four more years of President Donald Trump in the White House," he said, citing recent unrest in Chicago and Portland as a reason for voters to avoid "radical" Harris and Biden.  Asked about Harris' infamous takedown of Biden during the Democratic debates, Pence told Hannity the former California attorney general's ruthless prosecutorial skills are no match for Trump's dazzling track record: "I think she is a skilled debater, but I can't wait to get to Salt
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