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QAnon followers now say Trump betrayed them as many are preparing to stand trial for federal charges

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QAnon the bizarre far-right conspiracy theory movement plaguing much of common-sense America has recently found itself front-and-centre. When the Capitol Riots took place, the QAnon movement was front-and-centre as many had claimed the reason for the riot was in fact to overthrow the so-called cabal they claim runs America.

Those very same people are now struggling to wiggle their way out of trials and federal charges that have the potential to put some of them behind bars for as little as a few years and some for decades.

Enter: Jacob Chansley, 33, the unemployed Trump supporter who calls himself the QAnon Shaman.

According to reports, Chansley (whom is in jail without bail) is now claiming that Donald Trump betrayed the far-right movement by not remaining in office even after his term legally ended. Supposedly by not keeping to the movement, Trump, therefore owed some of these people alleged pardons that would’ve allowed their terrorist actions to go unchecked.

My client is understandably compelled to reconcile the words of the former president with the subsequent actions of the former president,’ attorney Albert S. Watkins said in a statement.

‘The reconciliation of a betrayal necessarily requires the bellying up to the bar by the betrayed to acknowledge their role in making themselves ripe for betrayal,’ he added.

According to court records, the-far-right-loser is charged with the following: civil disorder, obstruction of an official proceeding, disorderly conduct in a restricted building, demonstrating in a Capitol building, entering a restricted building without lawful authority and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.


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By Cortes Williams

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