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‘Q’ is pacified, but remains on QAnon

Mr Protzmann did not respond to a request for comment.

Another Telegram channel carried an unfounded narrative about the Astroworld tragedy that killed people on rapper Travis Scott’s show. The channel claimed that Mr Scott (born Jacques B. Webster) deliberately tried to kill young teenagers in a satanic ritual. “Hellish life. A human sacrifice,” said one post. “Demon.” The post was viewed 83,100 times. Subsequent posts with the same message generated tens of thousands more views.

By November 8, these posts reached the mainstream of social media. “Anyone else notice that the stage is an inverted cross that leads to a portal to hell?” A TikTok user asked in a video that has garnered over a million views. Others shared a YouTube video with over 44,100 views, titled “Satanic Ritual Exposed at Travis Scott Concert.”

And on Facebook, an Indianapolis pastor published a viral post that garnered more than 160,000 likes, comments, and shares. “What a grand invitation to a satanic ritual!” The pastor, Jeffrey Pitts, said. “It’s right in our face and people still follow trends and don’t know that this generation is ready for slaughter.”

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The false rumor generated more than 303,000 interactions before the first fact-check of the claims was published, according to an analysis of data from Facebook-owned social media analytics tool CrowdTangle.

“I know nothing about QAnon, I don’t understand anything about what they do,” Mr Pitts said when asked about his viral post. “I’m a pastor uncovering the demonic realm. The stuff that was going on in Astroworld, and that spirit was demonic.”

Whatever QAnon’s followers are doing “to use my posts, is their business,” Mr. Pitts said.

Some politicians have claimed that worshipers of the Devil hide among the Democratic Party, dragging conspiracy elements into their posts without explicitly mentioning QAnon.

“America is a Christian nation. I’ll never stop fighting the demonic-globo-communists. #AmericaFirst,” Luis Miguel, Republican from Florida, Said in a Twitter post on 19 November,

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