CNN’s Anderson Cooper Reveals QAnon Family Members’ Trauma: ‘These People Are Lost’

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In late 2017 three conspiracy theorists — one YouTuber and two moderators from anonymous message board 4chan — began collaborating and producing posts under the name “Q.” The posts were the foundation of QAnon, which is often described as a far-right political theory and movement. QAnon is still going strong in 2023 and, as CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Donie O’Sullivan uncover in an upcoming documentary, its impact is harshly felt in the families of those who begin to to believe what QAnon espouses.

On Sunday’s “The Whole Story with Anderson Cooper,” O’Sullivan shares the plight of dozens of families who feel they have lost loved ones to QAnon’s theories. The investigation, “Waiting for JFK: Reports from the Fringe,” is the result of a yearlong look into the path that so many who have joined QAnon have walked.

In November 2021, hundreds of people met in Dallas, Texas at Dealey Plaza, where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. These members of QAnon had gathered because they believed that Kennedy’s son, John F. Kennedy Jr., was also in attendance and would be introducing his parents at the day’s event. There are obvious holes in the plot, most importantly that JFK, JFK Jr. and Jackie Kennedy Onassis have all passed away.

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