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World Man Hoping to Unseat Liz Cheney Says He Pretended to Support QAnon to Discredit Media

07:58  26 june  2021
07:58  26 june  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) due to her criticism of former President Donald Trump says that his previous support for the QAnon conspiracy theory was part of a ruse to trick the "leftist" media . Karl "K.W." Miller said that his apparent past support for QAnon was faked in an effort to expose bias in the news media and social "I have no knowledge of [ QAnon ], no affiliation," Miller told the digital news outlet. "That is part of the leftist hit pieces they write, they always want to go after anybody who's a hardcore conservative or anybody as a leader in the party. They try to tag you as a QAnon conspiracy theorist."

Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) Because of his criticism of the former president Donald trump says his previous support for the QAnon conspiracy theory was part of a ruse to deceive the “left” media . Karl “KW” Miller said his apparent past support for QAnon was rigged in an attempt to expose bias in news On July 4, 2020, Miller tweeted a strangely false claim claiming that pop star Beyoncé was “not even African American” but rather an Italian woman named Ann Marie Lastrassi who “ pretended ” to be black “to make herself known”. Miller also accused the singer of being part of the “Soros Deep State agenda

A Florida Republican who is working to help "primary" Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) due to her criticism of former President Donald Trump says that his previous support for the QAnon conspiracy theory was part of a ruse to trick the "leftist" media.

a hand holding up a sign: Karl “K.W.” Miller, who is involved in efforts to unseat Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), reportedly recently claimed that his past support for the QAnon conspiracy theory was faked in order to expose bias in the media. A sign promoting the pro-Trump conspiracy theory is displayed in this photo taken in Salem, Oregon on May 2, 2020. © John Rudoff/Anadolu Agency/Getty Karl “K.W.” Miller, who is involved in efforts to unseat Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), reportedly recently claimed that his past support for the QAnon conspiracy theory was faked in order to expose bias in the media. A sign promoting the pro-Trump conspiracy theory is displayed in this photo taken in Salem, Oregon on May 2, 2020.

Karl "K.W." Miller said that his apparent past support for QAnon was faked in an effort to expose bias in the news media and social media companies during an interview published this week by WyoFile.

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Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) due to her criticism of former President Donald Trump says that his previous support for the QAnon conspiracy theory was part of a ruse to trick the “leftist” media . Karl “K.W.” Miller said that his apparent past support for QAnon was faked in an effort to expose bias in the Cheney and Wyoming state Sen. Anthony Bouchard, the leading challenger who last month described impregnating a 14-year-old when he was 18 as being “like the Romeo and Juliet story,” did not take part in the forum. “Mark my words, when it comes to November 2022: Any candidate that is not in the room

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"I have no knowledge of [QAnon], no affiliation," Miller told the digital news outlet. "That is part of the leftist hit pieces they write, they always want to go after anybody who's a hardcore conservative or anybody as a leader in the party. They try to tag you as a QAnon conspiracy theorist."

"They took it hook line and sinker and ran with it," he added. "We just flushed them out."

It is not clear why Miller believes that clearly professing his own support for the conspiracy theory, which falsely claims that Trump is involved in a secret war against a cabal of Satanic Democrats involved in child sex trafficking, would expose bias on the part of others.

On July 4, 2020, Miller tweeted an outlandishly false claim asserting that pop star Beyoncé was "not even African American" but was instead an Italian woman named Ann Marie Lastrassi who was "faking" being Black "for exposure." Miller also accused the singer of being part of the "Soros Deep State agenda for the Black Lives Matter movement."

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Man hoping to unseat Liz Cheney says he pretended to support QAnon to discredit media . Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), a Florida Republican who is working to help "primary" Representative Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) because of her criticism of former President Donald

Liz Cheney loses in a GOP primary in 2022, her successor’s road to victory will likely have begun at a candidate’s forum held by a QAnon -curious Florida activist who calls himself a “massive disrupter” with “titanium balls.” Earlier this June, six of the seven Republicans currently vying to unseat Cheney Ohio Republican Congressman Anthony Gonzalez has teamed up with Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney to form a joint fundraising committee, just hours before former President Donald Trump is set to hold a so-called "revenge rally" in support of Gonzalez's congressional seat

The Beyoncé tweet, which is no longer online due to Miller's Twitter account being suspended, was accompanied by hashtags that indicated unambiguous support for QAnon, such as #QAnon, #GreatAwakening and #WWG1GWA, referring to the popular QAnon slogan "where we go one, go we all." Miller also included the #Trump2020 hashtag.

Although his home is located more than 2,000 miles away from Wyoming, Miller moderated a Casper, Wyoming forum featuring potential Republican challengers to Cheney's seat earlier this month. The forum was hosted by Miller's organization The America First Political Committee, a group that is not registered with the Federal Election Commission.


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Cheney and Wyoming state Sen. Anthony Bouchard, the leading challenger who last month described impregnating a 14-year-old when he was 18 as being "like the Romeo and Juliet story," did not take part in the forum.

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Cheney later supported the second impeachment of Donald Trump for his role in the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[12] Because of her stance on the Capitol riot, her impeachment vote and opposition to Trump's false stolen-election narrative, pro-Trump Freedom Caucus members of In a press release issued at the beginning of his campaign, Thompson said he was "very pleased to announce that former Senators Abraham and Allen, as well as Liz Cheney , will serve as co-chairs of my national leadership team". He added: "These distinguished individuals bring wise counsel and invaluable experience to

Politics, History, Economics, Science, Media Analysis, Free Speech, Film Criticism, Philosophy, Anarchism - anything on YouTube that is well researched and thoughtful is welcome here. There are numerous verified accounts of Trump reacting so different between being told about an issue and being shown pictures of an issue. Ivanka Trump often took advantage of this by always including photos of whatever issue she was pretending to care about, like migrant children and the poor conditions they're in.

"Mark my words, when it comes to November 2022: Any candidate that is not in the room tonight will not get elected in the state of Wyoming," Miller said during the forum. "I think we know who we're talking about, OK?"

Miller has experienced running for Congress himself in a failed independent campaign to represent Florida's 18th Congressional District in 2020.

Miller lost decisively, earning 2.2 percent of the vote compared to incumbent Republican Rep. Brian Mast's 56.3 percent and Democratic candidate Pam Keith's 41.5 percent.

Newsweek reached out to Cheney's office for comment.

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