QAnon Leader Michael Protzman Dies In Dirt Bike Accident At 60 – But Followers Don’t Believe It
QAnon leader Michael Protzman has died in a dirt bike accident at 60. He “lost control of his dirt bike” and suffered from “multiple blunt force injuries,” as a medical examiner stated.
QAnon is a political conspiracy theory that states that a group of satanic, cannibalistic child molesters is operating a global child sex trafficking ring that conspired against Donald Trump during his term in office. It has become a virtual cult over the years, believing that Democrats and Hollywood actors are among those involved in the supposed ring.
Since its origination in 2017, hundreds of people have left their families and careers to follow QAnon, specifically hailing Protzman as a leader.
Protzman, who was known to his followers as Negative 48, spread conspiracy theories on his Telegram channel that blended QAnon beliefs with Gematria, a Jewish numerology system that he claimed could predict the future.
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His most well-known obsession centered around a belief that Trump was actually John F. Kennedy, Jr. in disguise and claimed that Kennedy would reappear 58 years after his death. When this did not happen, Protzman claimed that Trump spoke to him in code at a rally and told him that he had gotten the date wrong.
Following his death, many of Protzman’s followers have stated that he is still alive. Others believe that the dirt bike accident was a ploy and that Protzman was really murdered by the satanic child molesters. Few even believe that Protzman will return as Kennedy.
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