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TAMPA, Fla.: Amid the "Trump 2020" placards, the "Women for Trump" signs and the "CNN SUCKS" T-shirts, the most inscrutable message that came out of President Donald Trump's Tampa rally Tuesday evening was a letter: Q. People wore T-shirts with the letter emblazoned on the front.Q's topics appeal to many who already are inclined to believe conspiracy theories, Uscinski said.A: Uscinski, who has studied Q over the last month, says the user's posts are often about the "deep state" battling Trump, using bureaucratic inertia.Which isn't that farfetched, Uscinski said, given that many in federal government likely did not vote for Trump.Q and the QAnon supporters refer to "The Storm" often, which is a reference to an October 2017 meeting between Trump and military leaders during which Trump said, "the calm before the storm". Q has posted that special counsel Robert Mueller isn't investigating Trump at all – instead, he's really investigating Clinton, John Podesta and Obama.
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