Disappointment seems to menace QAnon followers everywhere these days. March 4th may be the worst. After anxious months of waiting for Donald Trump to be re-installed in the White House as President of our country, the day passed with absolutely no indication in any change in government of any form whatsoever. On March 4th, QAnon hoped Trump would become President again, but it didn’t happen.
Wait a minute! It isn’t March 4th yet!
I’m sure the QAnon believers are shouting at me now calling me a libtard and idiot. They are saying that I can’t know everything that might happen so I can’t say Trump won’t become president again before March 4th has passed. “Just wait and see” they say!
Oh, but I can tell you that Donald Trump will not become President on March 4th. I know this to be true the same way that I know that one plus one equals two today; and one plus one will still equal two on March 4th. There is no path for Donald Trump to become President. There is no legal mechanism for it to happen. There is not advanced technology to teleport him into the White House and eject President Biden to outer space. There is no army of weekend warriors waiting to defeat the U.S. military and install Trump as President. There is just no way it can happen. It is as obvious as one plus one equals two.
It is tragic, beyond tragic, that so many people lack the common sense to understand this. People believe in magic. That is what happens when you become part of a cult. And people that believe Trump will be President in March 4th are in a cult. Cult members believe, despite all facts and evidence and common sense, that certain events will come to pass. Worst of all, when those events fail to come to fruition, some one in the cult will create a new, crazier event that will happen on a future date to keep the cult alive. How can we help people escape a cult. It is really difficult and it makes me sad that people I know are in this one.