TikToker reveals what it’s like to live with a QAnon mom

Have you ever wondered what would life be like if your mom was QAnon? Well, this guy gets to experience it first-hand. 

A TikToker recently revealed what it’s like to be raised by a mother who truly believes in the QAnon conspiracy theories, Unilad reports.

If you are not familiar with the QAnon concept, as described by BBC, it is a wide-ranging, completely unfounded theory that says that President Trump is waging a secret war against elite Satan-worshipping pedophiles in government, business, and the media. The movement started after claims made by an anonymous person known as “Q” went viral.

Mac, the guy whose mom is a supporter of these conspiracy theories, posted a video with the caption: “pov: u have a mom who is in QAnon”


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In the clip, Mac shares some of the texts his mother sends him, as well as conspiracy-based memes about COVID-19, vaccines, and other topics that trigger the QAnon community. Some of the messages the TikToker has received from his mom say things like: “Do not get vaccinated Mac” and “Do not drink tap water.”

Meanwhile, one of the pictures shows a bacteria-filled petri dish, with the claim that these are the germs that build up inside a face mask after only 20 minutes of use.

Many of the 3.5 million viewers who saw the video sympathized with Mac in the comment section.

One person said: “It’s so hard to maintain a loving and respectful relationship when they’ve become all but brainwashed like this.”

Another questioned: “Is there a support group for this?”

A third one, who shares the same fate as Mac, wrote: “I feel like I’m slowly watching my mom lose her sanity.”

Credits: Reuters

Do you know someone who believes the QAnon theories? Are you a supporter of the movement? Let us know in the comment section!

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