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Former President Donald Trump came under fire for openly embracing QAnon during his chaotic speech delivered Saturday night at the Covelli Center in Youngstown, Ohio, allegedly supporting Republican Senate candidate JD Vance. At one point, he compared the GOP candidate to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

This is the week Trump became Qanon. This is not a political statement; it is just disturbing. The week started with pictures of Trump on Truth Social wearing a Q pin promoting his slogans; it ends with Q’s music and a “one” sign by the crowd at its rally, “CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem wrote on Twitter.

In an earlier post on Truth Social, Trump called the event a “sold out behemoth” and argued that without his rallies and endorsement, most candidates such as Vance would lose.

He also made bizarre new accusations against the Biden administration in his remarks, arguing that federal authorities are now threatening his supporters with decades of imprisonment unless they agree to say negative things about him.


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Is the “weird” one-finger salute of Trump fans at the rally a tribute to QAnon?

Donald Trump supporters raised their fingers in a bizarre straightened salute as the former president spoke at a rally in Youngstown, Ohio to bolster Senate Republican candidate JD Vance.

With dramatic background music playing, Trump delved deeper into QAnon’s unfounded conspiracy theory.

Trump spoke about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the “fake news” issue and Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Watchdog Media Matters noted that the song played at the show appeared to be released under the name Wwg1wga, which is the QAnon catchphrase. It means “where we go one, we all go”.

Media Matters researcher Alex Kaplan tweeted on Saturday that “Trump used the song this summer in a campaign-style video he posted on Rumble and Truth Social.”

“Just like when Trump used this song before, QAnon data claims that the use of this song gives them some legitimacy,” he added.


Democrats and GOP head to head in new poll as Biden’s rating rises and Trump drops

A new NBC News poll shows voters are evenly split over whether they want Democrats or Republicans to control Congress, while support for President Joe Biden has grown and former President Donald Trump has declined.

Republican consultancy Public Opinion Strategies and Hart Research Associates surveyed 1,000 registered voters between September 9 and September 13. The poll had a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.

Mr. Biden’s approval rating has risen three points to 45 percent since August, the highest approval rating since last October. His approval fell three points to 52 percent.

The improvement in Mr. Biden’s polls follows a series of political victories. Last month, Mr. Biden signed the US Semiconductor Manufacturing Act, as well as the US Inflation Reduction Bill, America’s largest investment in fighting climate change, which would also allow Medicare to negotiate drug prices.

In addition, last month Mr. Biden announced his plan to provide up to $ 10,000 student debt relief for those earning up to $ 125,000, and Pell Grant beneficiaries will receive up to $ 20,000 in debt relief. This likely boosted his support among 18-34-year-olds from 36 percent to 48 percent.


Trump says supporters have been threatened with imprisonment for refusing to condemn him

Former president Donald Trump on Saturday made new, bizarre accusations against the Biden administration, claiming that federal officials are now threatening his supporters with decades in prison unless they agree to say negative things about him.

Mr. Trump made the bizarre claim after less than ten minutes in a low-key, disjointed speech to a limited-capacity crowd at the Covelli Center in Youngstown, Ohio.


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Marjorie Taylor Greene threatens to dismiss the Department of Education

Marjorie Taylor Greene threatened to “defeat” the Department of Education to prevent teachers from “brainwashing” American children.

A Georgia right-wing lawyer issued a bizarre threat, warming the crowd at a Donald Trump rally in Youngstown, Ohio on Saturday night.


Among the Justice Department’s appeals over Trump’s confiscated Mar-a-Lago documents

On Friday, the Justice Department appealed a federal judge’s ruling forbidding him to use classified documents seized at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.

In the evening sawingThe Department of Justice asked the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to partially suspend a lower court ruling prohibiting investigators from using materials they seized during an FBI search of the former president’s house in August, until a court-appointed special master can review the documents.

Josh Marcus knows the details.


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