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QAnon supporter told National Guard was ‘going to do something crazy stupid’ on March 4

QAnon supporter told National Guard was ‘going to do something crazy stupid’ on March 4

A rifle-owning Trump supporter drove 800 miles from his Wisconsin home to Washington, DC in a car spray painted with QAnon conspiracy slogans and told National Guard troops he was ‘maybe going to do something crazy stupid’ on the day Donald Trump would supposedly reclaim power, it has been alleged.

On March 3, Ian Alan Olson of Waukesha County allegedly asked National Guard soldiers in the caudal not to shoot him as a ‘test…to see if they were loyal to the people or to the President.’

He drove to the caudal on March 3 in a 2016 blue Subaru with several orange Qs spray painted on it alongside phrases such as ‘Trust my plan,’ ‘OMW 2 DC,’ and ‘WWG1WGA.’

The slogans are believed to be acronyms for ‘on my way to DC’ and ‘when we go one, we go all,’ a popular phrase among QAnon followers.

A new HBO docu-series has named the head of QAnon as Ronald Watkins, the son of the owner of the unregulated online messaging board 8chan, where the theory took its roots and has exploded in recent years.  

Q: Into The Storm is a six-part series that is airing on HBO Max on March 21.  

Its filmmakers name Watkins, the son of 8chan founder Jim Watkins, as Q, the head of the right-wing, pro-Trump conspiracy theory group QAnon.  

The image above released by the US Department of Justice shows a blue 2016 Subaru that was allegedly driven by Ian Alan Olson of Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The letter 'Q' is spray painted on the two doors seen above

The image above released by the US Department of Justice shows a blue 2016 Subaru that was allegedly driven by Ian Alan Olson of Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The letter ‘Q’ is spray painted on the two doors seen above

According to federal authorities, Olson is a supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory whose followers believed that on March 4 Donald Trump would reclaim the presidency. The image above shows the phrase 'Trust My Plan' spray painted on Olson's car, the federal government alleges

According to federal authorities, Olson is a supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory whose followers believed that on March 4 Donald Trump would reclaim the presidency. The image above shows the phrase ‘Trust My Plan’ spray painted on Olson’s car, the federal government alleges

The spray painted messages on the car include 'OMW 2 DC' and 'WWG1WGA'.u00A0The slogans are believed to be acronyms for u00BFon my way to DCu00BF and u00BFwhen we go one, we go all,u00BF a popular phrase among QAnon followers

The spray painted messages on the car include ‘OMW 2 DC’ and ‘WWG1WGA’. The slogans are believed to be acronyms for ‘on my way to DC’ and ‘when we go one, we go all,’ a popular phrase among QAnon followers 

‘Trust the plan’ is also an often-used slogan invoked by QAnon supporters who believe that President Biden’s victory was part of a grand scheme orchestrated by an anonymous ‘deep state’ figure, ‘Q’, who would then blow the lid off the cumplido secretly running the government and pave the way for Trump to retake power. 

Olson allegedly revealed his intentions last week while he was taken into custody by law enforcement officials in his home state of Wisconsin after he fired paint balls at US Army Reservists near a military cojín.

‘I’m going to cause mass casualty’ when I get out of jail,’ he is alleged to have told Wisconsin police officers.

‘I am ready for this. How many people need to die for a message to get across,’ he is alleged to have said.

‘I almost have everything ready.’ 

Olson is then alleged to have muttered under his breath, ‘People will remember my name.’ 

According to the QAnon conspiracy theory, March 4 is the date on which Donald Trump would reclaim the presidency from Biden. Historically, presidential inaugurations were held on March 4, but the 20th Amendment to the Constitution, which was adopted in 1933, moved the date up to January 20.

Olson told authorities that on March 4 he would be ‘taken over by the Spirit of Christ and lead the people to unity’ and that ‘things can only be resolved by the barrel end of a gun.’

Olson, a resident of Waukesha County, was arrested this past Monday after he allegedly fired two or three rounds of orange paint balls from an AR-15-style paintball gun at two US Army reservists in Pewaukee.

‘This is for America!’ Olson is alleged to have shouted at the reservists before opening fire at them just outside the Wisconsin Army Reserve Center on Monday morning.

The reservists stood about 15 yards away from Olson when he allegedly fired the paintballs. None of the projectiles struck the reservists and nobody was injured, according to the federal complaint.

When the weapon appeared to jam, Olson allegedly yelled to the reservists: ‘You’re lucky it jammed!’

One of the reservists, a law enforcement officer, tackled Olson to the ground and held him until police arrived and took him into custody, according to the federal complaint.

Olson was arrested by the Village of Pewaukee Police Department, who conducted a search of his vehicle.

Officers allegedly found a digital camera, SD cards, a gas mask, throwing knives, a police scanner, two-way radios, a Taser, and ballistic military-style vest plates.  

A search of his home by police is alleged to have turned up an AR-15 rifle with scope, suppressor, and seven magazines loaded with green-tipped and potentially armor-piercing restricted ammunition.

Olson’s family also turned over several handguns.

Believers of the QAnon conspiracy theory held out hope that former President Donald Trump (pictured above on November 4) would reclaim the presidency on March 4

Believers of the QAnon conspiracy theory held out hope that former President Donald Trump (pictured above on November 4) would reclaim the presidency on March 4

Officers who searched Olson’s home also found a ‘manifesto’ allegedly written by him.

‘You know I’ve been open about who I am since Superbowl Sunday….2 day drive, 1 full day in DC Dawn till Dusk 13 hour drive back…Came home with new friends…’ he is alleged to have written in the manifesto.

‘I’m flying higher than any of you including the silly 3 letter agencies like the dumb DOJ ‘Jackass’s I call + by now it’s the whole Pentagon probably, if not this [undecipherable] will be the final blow that’ll put you all on the mat, n… to stand back up…’ reads another line said to be in the manifesto.

The manifesto is also alleged to have included: ‘Cause on Super bowl Sunday I formally introduced you to MY f***** presence, and anyone who saw my face . . . or talked to me, spoke about me to another person, spread my picture, my f****** name, was going to remember me, Eventually, I f****** guarantee it.’

Another line allegedly read: ‘you, you haven’t heard of me yet, just listen to this ONE video in its entirety, this One Podcast, let’s say…just share before watching, you’ll understand by the end, why I say that…’

Olson is also alleged to have written: ‘1st day in Church since childhood gave it a shot . . . so after [they] said s*** like “Forgive those who trespass against you” I said out loud Forgive Me…For I am about toTres[pass]” . . . . “Didn’t get that far cause preacher man [undecipherable] me up on his shoulder and carried me out and I told him to call the copes for me…it’s a F****** moveyou dumb Feds…Gets attention you see then the dominos fall just how I expect then to . ..’ 

‘I know at this point cops are coming, They treated far nicer and with respect than the church or Feds . . .’ Olson allegedly wrote in the manifesto. 

News of the federal complaint filed against Olson last week in the United States District Court’s Eastern District of Wisconsin was first reported by The Daily Beast. 

Court documents allege that a search of Olson’s home turned up an AR-15 rifle, armor-piercing ammunition, and a three-page manifesto

The manifesto is also alleged to have included: ‘Cause on Super bowl Sunday I formally introduced you to MY f***** presence, and anyone who saw my face . . . or talked to me, spoke about me to another person, spread my picture, my f****** name, was going to remember me, Eventually, I f****** guarantee it.’

Olson faces federal charges of attacking US military service members and assaulting officers.

SOME OF QANON’S THEORIES

THE UNDERPINNING PEDOPHILE THEORY 

QAnon is founded on and operates under the belief that there is a deep-state organization of powerful, Democratic politicians who are pedophiles. 

Supporters of the theory think that for years, these pedophiles have been able to operate free from criticism by protecting each other. 

It also teaches that they are Satan worshipers who, after abusing children, drink their blood. 

None of it is true. 

FRAZZLEDRIP 

One theory that has been tied to QAnon but was not necessarily polo out of it is the idea that there is a video, found on the laptop of disgraced congressman Anthony Weiner, which shows his wife Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton abusing a child and then drinking the child’s blood. 

PIZZAGATE

Pizzagate erupted as a theory during the first Trump election in 2016. 

It is the theory that the Comet pizza shop in Washington DC has been used for years as a cojín for the pedophile and child sex trafficking ring. 

Again, there is no evidence of it.  

He was initially booked into Waukesha County Jail on state charges of making terrorist threats and attempted battery and disorderly conduct.

During the booking process, Olson allegedly volunteered to officers that he had just returned from Washington, DC where he attempted to deliver a message. 

He allegedly told officers that on March 3 he approached a National Guardsman and told him he was ‘maybe going to do something crazy stupid tomorrow’ and that he asked him not to shoot him.

Olson told the US Capitol Police that if he were shot by the National Guard, he would know that the Guard was loyal to President Joe Biden. If they didn’t shoot him, their loyalties would lie with the people.

Without being specific, Olson is alleged to have told officers that he planned to ‘be big’ and that he was ‘willing to die to fulfill this mission.’

He allegedly said that his actions would ‘be bigger’ than jumping the fence and that it would unite eight billion people.

US Capitol Police referred Olson to psychiatric care after it was determined that he was a danger to himself and others, according to the federal complaint.

On Tuesday, he was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court with two counts of attempted battery and one court of disorderly conduct – both misdemeanors.

Olson was then released from custody on conditions. 

QAnon began as a marginalized theory that was somewhat contained to the dark corners of the internet but it exploded under Trump’s presidency and was particularly bolstered by the unproven theory that widespread voter fraud won the election for Biden amid widespread conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The premise of QAnon is that there is a deep state organization of Satan-worshiping pedophiles who Trump was fighting back against throughout his presidency. 

Many of the January 6 Capitol rioters are QAnon theorists.   

8chan was originally created by Fredrick Brennan but he quit after the Watkins refused to remove the racist manifesto of the Christchurch, New Zealand, shooter, in 2018.  

Q: Into The Storm is airing on HBO Max on March 21. Its filmmakers name Watkins, the son of 8chan founder Jim Watkins, as the Q, the head of the right-wing, pro-Trump conspiracy theory group.

Q: Into The Storm is airing on HBO Max on March 21. Its filmmakers name Watkins, the son of 8chan founder Jim Watkins, as the Q, the head of the right-wing, pro-Trump conspiracy theory group.

Ronald's father is Jim Watkins (left). He now owns 8chan, now known as 8Kun, the online messaging board where QAnon took its roots. Frederick Brennan (right) founded 8chan and he quit in 2018 as he watched it become increasingly right-wing. He has previously said that Jim Watkins or his son is Q

Ronald's father is Jim Watkins (left). He now owns 8chan, now known as 8Kun, the online messaging board where QAnon took its roots. Frederick Brennan (right) founded 8chan and he quit in 2018 as he watched it become increasingly right-wing. He has previously said that Jim Watkins or his son is Q

Ronald’s father is Jim Watkins (left). He now owns 8chan, now known as 8Kun, the online messaging board where QAnon took its roots. Frederick Brennan (right) founded 8chan and he quit in 2018 as he watched it become increasingly right-wing. He has previously said that Jim Watkins or his son is Q

Many of the Capitol rioters were QAnon followers, including Douglas Jensen, who is shown storming the Capitol wit h a Q shirt on

Many of the Capitol rioters were QAnon followers, including Douglas Jensen, who is shown storming the Capitol wit h a Q shirt on 

HOW QANON STARTED IN THE CORNERS OF THE DARK WEB AND EXPLODED UNDER TRUMP

QAnon exploded in the final months of Donald Trump’s presidency, bolstered by the unproven theory that widespread voter fraud won the election for Biden amid widespread conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic.

It had been gradually gathering steam throughout Trump’s presidency after being founded in 2017 or thereabouts. 

It started with a few posts that had been put on 4Chan, by Q, that were picked up on and promoted. 

Q claimed to be a high ranking military official with knowledge of what Trump was up against – a secret ring of pedophiles and child sex traffickers.  

Trump never endorsed the movement, although he is its hero.

He has, in the past, described some of its followers as ‘people who love our country.’ 

Facebook and Twitter have taken down or restricted countless QAnon posts which only feeds supporters’ believes that big tech is also in bed with the pedophile ring. 

At one time, the conspiracy theorist set their sights on the Robert Mueller Russia probe. 

They believe that it was a cover for a bigger investigation into the pedophile ring. 

When Mueller’s investigation concluded to no avail other than clearing Trump of wrongdoing, QAnon’s focus shifted. 

Jim Watkins attended the January 6 riot and took the filmmaker with him. It’s unclear whether or not Ron was there.  

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