Has Q been revealed as the guy he obviously was all along?
Stupid not to have realized. (Smart people realized...)
"...a new documentary suggests the answer was always the most obvious one: Ron Watkins, the longtime administrator of the message board 8kun, the conspiratorial movement's online home.... Watkins has long denied his involvement, saying he was merely a neutral backroom operator of the site and never a participant...." Probably because he doesn't want to be sued for defamation by, like, Tom Hanks and dozens of other people he's been lying about in his conspiracy theory postings. "Tom Hanks is a major player in an evil pedophile cult that seems to only involve Democraaaaaaaats!" Q told us. (Okay, I'm paraphrasing.) That people believed that of Tom Hanks is a major stupidity in itself. But as always, Qanon followers are Probability Impaired. They have no concept of the odds, of likelihood, of what is probable. They are baffled by Occam's Razor.
'In the Sunday finale for the HBO series "Q: Into the Storm," filmmaker Cullen Hoback points to what he argues is a key piece of evidence that Watkins had lied about his role...after Watkins talked about how he had shared baseless claims about voter fraud after Trump's loss in the 2020 elections, he told Hoback: "It was basically three years of intelligence training, teaching normies how to do intelligence work. It was basically what I was doing anonymously before, but never as Q." To Hoback, it was an inadvertent admission that Watkins had actually been Q, crafting secret communiques and shaping the movement for "normies," or normal people, to consume.'
It just seems obvious it's this guy.
I wouldn't be surprised if at some point it comes out that major funding for Qanon viral soapbox comes from the Russian intelligence service.