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QAnon (Conspiracy Theory)

The following (verified) people have been significantly associated with this entity, either as a participant, contributor, promoter, or beneficiary, according to our OSINT research:

  • Raymond Miranda (Charlatan, Conspiracy theorist)
  • Gary E. Whitmer (Blogger, Social Worker, Troll)
  • Simon Parkes (Blogger, Councilman)
  • Robert Cornero Jr. (Author, Blogger, Personality)
  • Michael Moates (Blogger, Spammer)
  • David Marc Fishman (Blogger, Grifter, Propagandist)
  • Robert Emmett Mcauliffe (Attorney, Grifter, Imposter)
  • Alexis Cossette-Trudel ()
  • Ron Watkins (Activist, Programmer)
  • Jim Watkins (Grifter, Imposter, Scammer)
  • Jason Gelinas (Activist, Web Developer)
  • Reviews:

    Gary and his wife, both in their early 70s, amazingly are the couple behind Salty Cracker, the Qanon-ish blog I'd really like to know if they are sincere in their ramblings, or if this is a big troll of conservatives, a retirement project they thought would be funny Salty Cracker isn't nearly as ridiculous as some other crack-right bloggers like X22, but it's still pretty out there sometimes... in Gary's defense, he does put a big disclaimer on the site that it shouldn't be taken seriously, and he seems to have avoided discussing too many insane Qanon conspiracy theories directly, but much of it seems implied He and his wife are making HUGE cash from their Subscribe Star donations and beyond... they were both social workers previously, with ties to UC Berkeley and local schools, it's hard to believe they suddenly became right-wing bloggers in their old age Read More

    We exposed Robert back in 2020 as "Enty" the bullshit gossip blogger from Crazy Days and Nights CDAN continues to deny the connection even though we have direct evidence Emmett also started deleting a bunch of podcast interviews I assume so that people could not compare his voice to Enty's interviews Read More

    David is one of the biggest conmen associated with the Qanon conspiracy theory and movement. While I think conspiracy theories are fine as they can be exercising your imagination, guys like David take it way too far by claiming they have inside knowledge about various future events and giving false hope to their followers... and always for a financial incentive. Anyone who criticizes these guys is labeled "left-wing" or "establishment" or trying to "censor" the one who spreading the misinfo. In reality some people are just rational and trying to protect the ignorant followers of the cult from losing their money or sanity. David's latest fake promise is that during November the US Supreme Court will help Trump throw Biden out of office... THIS IS FALSE and anyone who is still giving money to David needs to stop doing so until he apologises and stops the bullshit. Read More

    There is no doubt that Robert capitalized off the "Q" conspiracy and sold tons of copies of his book on the subject. However, unlike some others, he never pretend to be "Q" nor have inside information on it, and was rather honest throughout the entire saga that he was analyzing the trends and conspiracies from an outside perspective. While he was eventually exposed as Neon Revolt, I don't think he deserves much criticism. He just as easily could have used his real name, because he wasn't ever dishonest about his intentions or expertise. Read More

    Michael is yet another spammer and grifter in the "conservative" community who jumps from website to website spreading unverified news stories and conspiracies trying to earn money from advertising and donations. He buys lists of email addresses from like-minded conservative blogs and illegally starts spamming you without unsubscribe links. When I told him to stop spamming me, he instead attempted to add me to dozens more newsletters from around the web to harass me even further. He then pretended to be a customer of mine, and slandered my company on the BBB directory (against their Terms). He also bizarrely tried running for Congress in Texas but dropped out in less than a week. He's also been accused of sending inappropriate messages (and taking creepy photos) of multiple young women, some of who are underage. Creepy and desperate and spammy. Read More

    *The vast majority of people listed in this database are just “normal” business people, therefore no negative connotation is insinuated nor should misdeeds be assumed based on existing in our business directory. Our underlying goal is exposing misdeeds and fraud, but to accomplish this we often must first identity “honest” business people. This is because of things like similar names, impersonation, copyright infringement, and other reasons. Thus, the vast majority of people in our database are not being accused of anything shady. For this reason, profiles are now “noindexed” by default until comments exist on any given profile, since many of them are unnotable.

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