QAnon unfazed after false prediction
The QAnon conspiracy community appears relatively unaffected after March 4 — the day many members predicted former President Trump would be re-inaugurated — passed without incidence.
This is not the first time that a highlighted date has come and gone for QAnon. Dozens of its predictions have failed to be true since the theory’s birth in 2017.
The far-range conspiracy has thought that Hillary Clinton would be arrested, that former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian intervention in the election would reveal damning evidence about Democrats participating in child trafficking rings and that former President Trump would emerge on the day of President Biden’s inauguration to execute his political opponents.
QAnon has been built on moving the goal posts from the start, experts say.