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Pushing the theory on khổng lồ bigger platforms proved khổng lồ be the key khổng lồ Qanon’s spread — và the originators’ financial gain.

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David Reinert holds a large "Q" sign while waiting to lớn see President Donald Trump at a rally in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, on Aug. 2, 2018. "Q" represents QAnon, a conspiracy theory group that has been seen at recent rallies.Riông chồng Loomis / Getty Images
In November 2017, a small-time YouTube video creator và two moderators of the 4chan trang web, one of the most extreme message boards on the mạng internet, banded together and plucked out of obscurity an anonymous và cryptic post from the many conspiracy theories that populated the website"s message board.

Over the next several months, they would create videos, a Reddit community, a business and an entire mythology based off the 4chan posts of “Q,” the pseudonym of a person claiming to lớn be a high-ranking military officer. The theory they espoused would become Qanon, và it would eventually make its way from those message boards lớn national truyền thông media stories và the rallies of President Donald Trump.

Now, the people behind that effort are at the center of a fractious debate among muốn conspiracy enthusiasts, some of whom believe the three people who first popularized the Qanon theory are promoting it in order to lớn make a living. Others suggest that these original followers actually wrote Q’s mysterious posts.

While the identity of the original author or authors behind “Q” is still unknown, the history of the conspiracy theory’s spread is well-documented — through YouTube videos, social truyền thông media posts, Reddit archives, and public records reviewed by NBC News.

NBC News has found that the theory can be traced baông chồng to three people who sparked some of the first conversation about Qanon &, in doing so, attracted followers who they then asked to lớn help fund Qanon “retìm kiếm.”

Qanon is a convoluted conspiracy theory with no apparent foundation in reality. The heart of it asserts that for the last year the anonymous “Q” has taken khổng lồ the fringe internet message boards of 4chan & 8chan lớn leak intelligence about Trump’s top-secret war with a cabal of criminals run by politicians like Hillary Clinton and the Hollywood elite. There is no evidence for these claims.

In addition lớn peeking into the mainstream, the theory has been increasingly linked lớn real-world violence. In recent months, Qanon followers have sầu allegedly been involved in a foiled presidential assassination plot, a devastating California wildfire, & an armed standoff with local law enforcement officers in Arizomãng cầu.


Part of the Qanon appeal lies in its game-like unique. Followers wait for clues left by “Q” on the message board. When the clues appear, believers dissect the riddle-like posts alongside Trump’s speeches & tweets and news articles in an effort to lớn validate the main narrative sầu that Trump is winning a war against evil.

There are now dozens of commentators who dissect “Q” posts — on message boards, in YouTube videos and on their personal pages — but the theory was first championed by a handful of people who worked together to stir discussion of the “Q” posts, eventually pushing the theory on khổng lồ bigger platforms and gaining followers — a strategy that proved khổng lồ be the key lớn Qanon’s spread and the originators’ financial gain.

The anons

Before Q, there was a wide variety of “anon” 4chan posters all claiming khổng lồ have sầu special government access.

In năm nhâm thìn, there was FBIAnon, a self-described “high-màn chơi analyst & strategist” offering intel about the năm 2016 investigation inkhổng lồ the Clinton Foundation. Then came HLIAnon, an acronym for High Level Insider, who posted about various dubious conspiracies in riddles, including one that claimed Princess Diana had been killed because she found out about 9/11 “beforehand” và had “tried lớn stop it.” Then “CIAAnon” và “CIA Intern” took lớn the boards in early 2017, và last August one called WH Insider Anon offered a supposed pReview that something that was “going to go down” regarding the DNC và leaks.

Qanon was just another unremarkable part of the “anon” genre until November 2017, when two moderators of the 4chan board where Q posted predictions, who went by the usernames Pamphlet Anon & BaruchtheScribe, reached out to lớn Tracy Diaz, according lớn Diaz’s blogs & YouTube videos. BaruchtheScribe, in reality a self-identified web programmer from South Africa named Paul Furber, confirmed that tài khoản to NBC News.

“A bunch of us decided that the message needed to lớn go wider so we contacted Youtubers who had been commenting on the Q drops,” Furber said in an gmail.

Diaz, a small-time YouTube star who once hosted a talk show on the fringe right-wing network Liberty Movement Radio, had found moderate popularity with a couple of thousand views for her YouTube videos analyzing WikiLeaks releases and discussing the "pizzagate" conspiracy, a baseless theory that alleged a child sex ring was being run out of a Washington pizza cửa hàng.

As Diaz tells it in a blog post detailing her role in the early days of Qanon, she banded together with the two moderators. Their goal, according to Diaz, was lớn build a following for Qanon — which would mean bigger followings for them as well.

On Nov. 3, 2017, just six days after the first 4chan post from “Q,” Diaz posted a video entitled “/POL/- Q Clearance Anon - Is it #happening???” in which she introduced the conspiracy theory to lớn her audience.

“I vị not typically vì videos lượt thích this,” she said, but citing Q’s “very specific and kind of eerie” posts, Diaz explained that she would be covering the 4chan posts, “just in case this stuff turns out khổng lồ be legit because honestly it kind of seems legit.”


That Clip, which has been viewed nearly 250,000 times, made Diaz one of the earliest people to seize on “Q” posts and decipher them for a conspiracy-hungry audience. Diaz followed with dozens more Q-themed videos, each containing a Gọi for viewers khổng lồ donate through links lớn her Patreon và PayPal accounts

Diaz’s YouTube channel now boasts more than 90,000 subscribers & her videos have been watched over 8 million times. More than 97,000 people follow her on Twitter. Diaz, who emerged from bankruptcy in 2009, says in her YouTube videos that she now relies on donations from patrons funding her YouTube “research” as her sole source of income.

Diaz declined to lớn bình luận on this story.

“Because I cover Q, I got an audience,” Diaz acknowledged in a Clip that NBC News reviewed last week before she deleted it.

Building a movement

To reach a more mainstream audience (older people and “normies,” who on their own would have sầu trouble navigating the fringe message boards), Diaz said in a blog post she recommended they move sầu to lớn the more user-friendly Reddit. Archives listing the three as the original posters và moderators show they created a new Reddit community called CBTS_Stream, short for Calm Before The Storm, where subscribers soon gathered khổng lồ talk all things Q.

Their move to Reddit was key to Qanon’s eventual spread. There, they were able to lớn tap into lớn a larger audience of conspiracy theorists, and drive discussion with their analysis of each Q post. From there, Qanon crept lớn Facebook where it found a new, older audience via dozens of public and private groups.

That audience then started to lớn head lớn 8chan khổng lồ check out the original source and interact directly with the posts. (Q posts moved from 4chan khổng lồ its more toxic offshoot 8chan in November after a post claiming the original board had been “infiltrated.” 8chan became notorious for having no rules, và even hosting child pornography.)

8chan’s owner’s official Twitter tài khoản marveled at the influx of older, less internet-savvy visitors to lớn his site, drawn by Qanon. “We joked about it for years, but #Qanon is making it a reality: Boomers! On your imageboard.”

Meanwhile, Diaz kept making videos, racking up hundreds of thousands of views. Over the next several months, Diaz & the two moderators picked up tens of thousands of followers on Reddit và YouTube và added even more moderators khổng lồ their 8chan và Reddit boards.

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They also began lớn break inlớn what might be considered the mainstream of the conspiracy world. Conspiracy theorist Dr. Jerome Corsi, an Infowars editor & a best-selling author of books about the “deep state,” had taken an interest in Q and was decoding the messages on the Reddit board. In December, Pamphlet Anon and BaruchtheScribe even made an appearance on InfoWars.

Coryêu thích has since disavowed the Qanon conspiracy & called the current Q poster “a fraud,” citing a supposed takeover of the channel by someone posing as Q in April. But last week, facing backlash from his base, Coryêu thích tweeted that he supports the Qanon movement & its supporters’ “excellent research.”

Soon, as Diaz explained on her blog, their expanding crew was spending all their waking hours in chat rooms on the gaming-focused diễn đàn Discord analyzing và decoding Q messages & planning for a larger dissemination of Q’s message.

In March, their Reddit board, which boasted some đôi mươi,000 subscribers, was shut down by Reddit for “encouraging or inciting violence & posting personal và confidential information,” & the moderators — Diaz and the rest — were banned from the site. Furber had already been booted from the site for allegedly threatening khổng lồ reveal the personal details of another user, and was pushed out of the private Q discussion groups he had helped size.

“I was very definitely banished,” Furber said, noting that he believes Q’s board has been taken over by imposters.

By then, Pamphlet Anon, whose real name is Coleman Rogers, had developed grander plans. (NBC was able to lớn determine Rogers’ identity through property records that links the address where his business is registered to his parent’s home & khổng lồ photos from his personal social media account. Those photos show him to lớn be the same person who appears on YouTube as Pamphlet Anon.)

Rogers did not respond to lớn calls seeking phản hồi, but acknowledged his receipt of messages from NBC News via his website’s Twitter, writing in part, “WE DO NOT TALK TO FAKE NEWS.”

Network effect

Kicked off Reddit, Rogers hatched a new plan. He would replace the mainstream truyền thông media — often a target of Q’s posts — with a constantly streaming YouTube network made up of the self-described “researchers” who were putting together Q’s clues.

Within a month, Rogers, 31, and his wife, Christimãng cầu Urso, 29, had launched the Patriots’ Soapbox, a round-the-cloông chồng livestreamed YouTube channel for Qanon study và discussion. The channel is, in effect, a broadcast of a Discord chatroom with constant audio commentary from a rotating cast of volunteers và moderators with sporadic appearances by Rogers và Urso. In April, Urso registered Patriots’ Soapbox LLC in Virginia.

Rogers và Urso use their channel khổng lồ call for donations that are accepted through PayPal, cryptocurrencies or mail.

It was a natural progression for Rogers. A reviews of Rogers’ Facebook page shows he had been active sầu in mạng internet politics & a staunch supporter of Donald Trump during the năm nhâm thìn chiến dịch, self-identifying as part of the “meme war” — the creation và dissemination of images & internet-style commentary that mạng internet agitators on the chans và Reddit credit with Trump’s win. Rogers often posted memes about “liberal tears” as well as the ludicrous claims that Democrats murdered children và worshipped Satung — details similar lớn those that would eventually size the Qanon theory.

Rogers’ Facebook updates waned after Trump took office but started up again in the fall, when he began posting “Q” messages to both confused and supportive family và friends.


Rogers has publicly denied that he is the author of the “Q” posts, though his last visible Facebook post, published on Aug. 2, hinted that he might someday be associated with the theory.

“Ten bucks says you see my face on national news within a few weeks, saying that I"m ‘the mysterious hacker known as #Qanon,’” Rogers wrote, a reference lớn a CNN segment that mistakenly referred to lớn the website 4chan as a hacker.

Following a request for bình luận from NBC News, Rogers deleted every post on his Facebook protệp tin after 2014. Following another message from a reporter informing hlặng that NBC News had archived his page, he deleted his Facebook trương mục entirely.

Tables turned

As Qanon picked up steam, growing skepticism over the motives of Diaz, Rogers, and the other early Qanon supporters led some in the internet’s conspiracy circles lớn turn their paranoia on the group.

Recently, some Qanon followers have sầu accused Diaz và Rogers of profiting from the movement by soliciting donations from their followers. Other pro-Trump online groups have questioned the roles that Diaz và Rogers have sầu played in promoting Q, pointing to a series of slip-ups that they say show Rogers and Diaz may have sầu been involved in the theory from the start.

Those accusations have led Diaz & Rogers lớn both deny that they are Q & say they don’t know who Q is. There is no direct proof that the group or any individual members are behind it.

Still, Qanon skeptics have pointed to lớn two videos as evidence that Rogers had insider knowledge of Q’s tài khoản. Some YouTube channels, like one named Uniroông xã, are mostly dedicated lớn poring over Patriots’ Soapbox livestreams & dissecting purported slip-ups.

One archived livestream appears lớn show Rogers logging into lớn the 8chan tài khoản of “Q.”The Patriots’ Soapbox feed quickly cuts out after the login attempt. “Sorry, leg cramp,” Rogers says, before the feed reappears seconds later.

Users in the associated chatroom begin to wonder if Rogers had accidentally revealed his identity as Q. “How did you post as Q?” one user wrote.

In another livestreamed video clip, Rogers begins khổng lồ analyze a supposed “Q” post on his livestream program when his co-host points out that the post in question doesn’t actually appear on Q’s feed & was authored anonymously. Rogers’ explanation — that Q must have sầu forgotten khổng lồ sign in before posting — was criticized as extremely unlikely by people familiar with the message boards, as it would require knowledge of the posting to piông xã it out ahy vọng hundreds of other anonymous ones.

In part because of the mounting claims against Patriots’ Soapbox, the web’s largest pro-Trump community has banned all mentions of Qanon. Reddit’s 640,000-thành viên community r/The_Donald mix up an autodelete function for mentions of Qanon’s claims, two moderators confirmed to lớn NBC News, believing the group of YouTubers is making posts as Q.

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Still, Patriots’ Soapbox 24-hour livestream remains live sầu on YouTube, broadcasting khổng lồ its 46,000 subscribers. And despite the growing skepticism of the group, they still have their supporters who ardently believe sầu in the Qanon theory.

“The funniest thing about those who try khổng lồ discredit Q. They focus on whether Q is real or not, instead of the information being provided,” tweeted one follower. “NO ONE cares who Q is. WE care about the TRUTH.”

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