The FBI is once again targeting obscure Q Anon followers.
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According to a new FBI report obtained by CNN, Q Anon followers could transition from “digital soldiers” to committing acts of violence.
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The FBI has warned lawmakers that online QAnon conspiracy theorists may carry out more acts of violence as they move from serving as “digital soldiers” to taking action in the real world following the January 6 US Capitol attack.
The shift is fueled by a belief among some of the conspiracy’s more militant followers that they “can no longer ‘trust the plan” set forth by its mysterious standard-bearer, known simply as “Q,” according an unclassified FBI threat assessment on QAnon sent to lawmakers last week, which was obtained by CNN.
Read the FBI’s full, unclassified assessment dated June 4: