What is QAnon and why is it so dangerous?

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    Donald Trump has referred to QAnon followers as ‘people who love our country’ – while to the FBI considers them a potential domestic terror threat. The Guardian US technology reporter Julia Carrie Wong explains the roots – and rise – of QAnon, the unfounded conspiracy theory that emerged in the US in 2017, and is now spreading across the world The QAnon orphans: people who have lost loved ones to conspiracy theories ‘Quite frankly terrifying’: How the QAnon conspiracy theory is taking root in the UK

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