Q Is In The House

In the pictures of the insurrectionists storming the US Capitol today, you’ll probably see a man dressed like Braveheart or a Viking.

On the left, he’s in the Capitol. On the right, he’s at the top of an AZ Central article from October about how QAnon and conspiracies have taken over the GOP.

Keep that in mind, when you inevitably hearing Trump cultists claiming the people in the Capitol were antifa and BLM (as you will).


I recommend that Congresspeople not start any sentence, in any situation or context, private or public (and especially not while shouting out to a rally of armed lunatics), with the phrase “Hilter was right”.

At the very least, nobody is going to pay much attention to what follows – you just bigfooted your own point. But you also sound like a too-clever jackass.



  • Hundreds of Trump supporters stormed through metal barricades at the back of the Capitol building about 1 p.m. Wednesday, running past security guards and breaking fences.
  • Capitol Police ordered evacuations of two Capitol campus buildings — the Library of Congress James Madison Memorial Building and the Cannon House Office Building, both just across Independence Avenue from the Capitol.
  • Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump called on members of Congress to reject electoral votes Wednesday that would cement their father’s loss. “This isn’t their Republican Party anymore,” Trump Jr. said of GOP lawmakers who oppose rejecting the votes. “This is Donald Trump‘s Republican Party.” Their father then took the stage to claim he won the election.

I’m sure the these things are totally unrelated.


Though 5G technology and the coronavirus have absolutely nothing to do with one another, that hasn’t stopped conspiracy theorists around the world from falsely linking the two.

One of these debunked theories is that the recently rolled out COVID-19 vaccines contain microchips with 5G technology, designed supposedly to track our every movement. To that end, what was promoted as a leaked photo of the top-secret schematic of this microchip recently began going viral.

Of course though, the schematic in question doesn’t actually display a top-secret 5G chip. In fact, what it shows is the reworked circuit of a Boss Metal Zone distortion pedal.