March 10, 2021

Democrats and the media (but I repeat myself) seem to think that all Republicans believe in wild false conspiracy theories, like that the 2020 election was rigged (when only the 2016 election was rigged, by Russians with Facebook ads.) They also seem to think we’re all followers of QAnon, when a recent survey found most Republicans don’t even know what that crackpot group is.

But someone has started a new classification called “Blue Anon,” to describe Democrats who really do believe in crazy, fake conspiracy theories. captured an expanding Twitter thread in which people listed some of the absolutely nutso stuff they’ve peddled over the past four years. There’s been so much of it, some might have slipped your mind, but seeing it all recalled and paraded in one place is stunning: everything from Brett Kavanaugh’s high school gang rape ring to Melania’s body double to Trump using mailboxes to steal the election.

And right on cue, in perfect conspiratorial mode, Blue Anon was in the Urban Dictionary for only one day before it was quickly removed. It was also hard to find with a Google search. Luckily, the Urban Dictionary received enough ridicule and outrage to quickly restore it. They’d better. I have a feeling it’s one slang term that’s not going away for a long time.

In a related story, Hillary Clinton (whose followers mindlessly adopted the worshipful mantra, “I’m with Her”) lectures Republicans about how they have turned into a “cult” worshipping Trump and must renounce him to regain their souls. Nina Bookout at Victory Girls has some choice words in response to that.

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  • Vickie Fiorentino

    03/14/2021 05:13 PM

    Isn't that HATE SPEECH and can't she be impeached for that?

  • Christopher Thomas Farrell

    03/10/2021 12:03 PM

    I had hoped not to see or hear from Hillary again. The audacity for her to suggest that Trump followers had turned into a cult! I'm reminded of Jamie Foxx's infamous comment, "My Lord and Saviour Barack Obama."
    Brother Huckabee, I had an article published. Sorry about the spacing formatting that fell apart in sending it to the people who published it but, would you please read my article?
    Be well in the Lord and risen Christ Jesus who came in the flesh! Chris Farrell