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Former QAnon Conspiracy Theorist Apologies To CNN News Anchor He Thought Ate Babies

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Former QAnon Conspiracy Theorist Apologies To CNN News Anchor He Thought Ate Babies

A former QAnon conspiracy theorist has apologised to a news anchor who he used to believe ate babies.

Jitarth Jadeja opened up about the bizarre beliefs he used to hold in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper .

When the journalist asked if Jitarth used to think Democrats and celebrities were worshipping Satan and drinking the blood of children, he admitted he thought that was what Anderson did.

In the CNN report, Jitarth said: "Anderson, I thought you did that. And I would like to apologise for that right now.

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"So, I apologise for thinking that you ate babies. But, yeah, 100 percent."

Anderson seemed a bit perplexed. Credit: CNN
Anderson seemed a bit perplexed. Credit: CNN

Naturally dumbfounded by the claim, Anderson probed: "You actually believed that I was drinking the blood of children?"

Jitarth relied: "Yes, I did."

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He added: "It's because Q specifically mentioned you and he mentioned you very early on.

"He mentioned you by name, and from there, he also talked about like, for example, your family. I'm going to be honest, like people still talk about that to this day.

"There were posts about that just four days ago. Some people thought you were a robot."

In case you aren't familiar with it, the far-right QAnon conspiracy theory alleges that a secret cabal of Satan-worshipping, cannibalistic paedophiles is running a global child sex-trafficking ring and plotting against former president Donald Trump.

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The theory is absolutely baseless and just as daft as it sounds - in case you were in any doubt.

Jitarth offered a sense of just how bats*** some of these theories get, admitting he was well and truly sucked in by it all.

Jitarth believed some really silly things. Credit: CNN
Jitarth believed some really silly things. Credit: CNN

He said: "I at one stage believed that QAnon was part of military intelligence, which is what he says, but on top of that, that the people behind him were actually a group of fifth dimensional intra-dimensional extra terrestrial bi-pedal bird aliens called Blue Avians.

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"I was so far down in this conspiracy black hole, that I was essentially picking and choosing whatever narrative I wanted to believe in."

Fifth dimensional intra-dimensional extra terrestrial bi-pedal bird aliens called Blue Avians - let that sink in.

Some of them also reckon Greta Thunberg took part in the Capitol riots, disguised as some bloke with a beard.

You can read more about that here.

Featured Image Credit: CNN

Topics: US News, Conspiracy Theory

Jake Massey
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