When is Your Deadline?
Ask yourself. What are you following QAnon for?
Michael Flynn was on a talk show today and the host told him that he'd made a bet with a high school friend over who would be the President. The host then told Flynn that since Biden was in office that it was time for him to pay up and give his friend the bottle of wine he had wagered.
"I would not concede that bottle of wine. I'll leave it at that." Flynn replied. The two men shared a chuckle and moved on from the topic. Meanwhile on Info-Wars Alex Jones had on his long time friend Steve Pieczenik on his show to confront him about his prediction about Trump taking the oath of office on January 20th. Pieczenik simply doubled down on his belief on an impending military coup and refused to admit he'd been wrong about things in the first place.
On Telegram Lin Wood is constantly telling his over 750K followers that Trump will be President for the next four years and that the crimes of the Deep State will not remain hidden for much longer and Trump's return to the Presidency is inevitable.
What none of these men will do is give you a hard deadline for when Trump will reclaim the Presidency. It's always a vague claim that in the not-to-distant-future that QAnon will finally get their big payoff. While QAnon holds out hope for March 4th and a Sovereign Citizen's backed theory about the original Constitution still being in effect. The men that these people follow are far to cagey to be pinned down with a date.
They don't want to give a deadline because failed deadlines lead to followers asking questions. While it's a known phenomena that a failed prophecy won't end people's belief in a person or a movement it is something a conman doesn't want to deal with. Anything that could shake the faith of a mark is something that should be avoided if at all possible.
The reason for this is simple. The longer they can string people along the more attention, money, and media they can get. They have no interest in a resolution. Like a "Will they or won't they" relationship in a TV show these conmen know that the money is in the tension and that resolution would kill their scam. The fact that they know there will be no resolution (At least till 2024) gives them a nice amount of time to get to work making money.
So we know why they don't want to set a deadline, and that leads us to ask that question of you, loyal QAnon follower, why won't you set a deadline? How long are you willing to go without resolution? March 4th? July 4th? The rest of 2021? Longer? If so why?
I understand that QAnon is a community. You've found like minded Trump supporters and liberal haters and you are having a good time being around these people, but at the end of the day you are being lied to by the conmen. If you're in QAnon for the political mindset that's fine, but maybe you could leave it at that and stop telling your family about how Hillary drinks the blood of children.
If you believe in QAnon because you believe in the idea of a war being fought behind the scenes between good and evil with the fate of the world hanging in the balance you have to ask yourself why hasn't it been resolved yet. Why haven't the good guys shown themselves, revealed the evidence of the bad guys crimes, and saved the day? Why haven't the bad guys sent the Antifa shock troops to round up all the conservatives and send them to FEMA death camps? Why does nothing ever happen and the only way somebody could figure out something might happen is by watching a twenty minute breakdown of a thirty second piece of footage of Biden giving a speech?
Ask yourself why the people you're following won't set a deadline. Ask yourself why you don't have a deadline, and then ask yourself why you're following these people and why you believe in QAnon. You need to be honest with yourself because I promise you nobody else in QAnon will be honest with you.