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QA unbelievable conspiracy theorist meets Trump in the White House



Michael Lebron, known in his online reports as Lionel, is a YouTube and social media personality who appears on Russia Today as a political and legal analyst. He is described on his website as a "declared conspiracy analyst" and cites the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 as a "turning point" in his life that led to conspiracies.

According to a photo on his Twitter On Friday Lionel met Trump in the Oval Office. Other photos posted on Lionel's Twitter account show him on a tour of the White House on Thursday.

"There are simply no words to explain the profound and unspeakable honor of meeting @realDonaldTrump in the Tabernacle of Freedom, the Oval Office. @ LynnShawProd and I appreciate the friendliness and courtesy of @POTUS. #MAGA," Lionel wrote.

CNN could not confirm the correctness of the photo.

"A large group came for a short tour and a photo through the White House." said White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders.

Lionel did not respond to CNN's request for comment immediately. The Daily Beast was the first to report on the photo and the visit.

The hashtag # WWG1

WGA is posted in at least two of the photos on Lionel's Twitter account. This acronym stands for "Where We Go One We Go All" and is a popular hashtag among QAnon believers.

QAnon is a pro-Trump deep-state conspiracy theory that includes everything from pizza pizzas to false flag mass shootings to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It has claimed, for example, that Trump is not being investigated by Special Adviser Robert Mueller, but is working with him instead to persecute leading Democrats and other elites that proponents of the theory claim are involved in pedophile wrestling. It was described as a "counter-story" to the actual reality of Trump's presidency.

QAnon supporters received general attention when many surfaced in July at a Trump rally in Florida. Some prominent conservative celebrities, such as Roseanne Barr and former baseball player Curt Schilling, have tweeted about the conspiracy theory.


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