Conservative publication the National Review took the rare step of denouncing a GOP Senate candidate over her belief in the conspiracy theory.
Jo Rae Perkins, Oregon’s Republican nominee in this year’s Senate race, should be for her belief in a dangerous, baseless conspiracy theory, the publication said in an editorial Saturday.
“Perkins is an unreconstructed exponent of a batty and corrosive conspiracy theory running a longshot campaign that carries only political downside for Republicans,” the editorial reads. “They should do what they can to distance themselves from her candidacy.”
The QAnon theory, which began in 2017, posits that President is involved in stopping a pedophile network of Satan-worshipping cannibals who have infiltrated every level of government and the