Even after all this time, there are still Trump supporters in the QAnon movement who are holding out hope that he will be reinstalled in the White House later this year.

To be precise, this new conspiracy theory insist that Trump will be sworn into office on March 4, 2021.

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QAnon conspiracy theories seem to specialize in giving hope to Trump supporters and this fits that to a tee. Experts worry that this type of thinking, especially since Inauguration Day came and went without any great “storm” as predicted by QAnon. The group believes that the world is being run by a group of elite cannibalistic satanic pedophiles with even MORE extreme beliefs.

According to a Vice article, this latest theory is based on a fringe movement called “sovereign citizen” using a very different interpretation of this country’s history:

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“Sovereign citizens believe that a law enacted in 1871 secretly turned the U.S. into a corporation and did away with the American government of the founding fathers. The group also believes that President Franklin D. Roosevelt sold U.S. citizens out in 1933 when he ended the gold standard and replaced it by offering citizens as collateral to a group of shadowy foreign investors.”

QAnon supporters are really connecting to this sovereign citizens idea and focusing on an obscure 1871 conspiracy theory to try to push their baseless claim that Donald Trump is still president:

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“Over the weekend, QAnon groups on Gab and Telegram, where most QAnon supporters have found a home since they were kicked off Twitter and Parler was de-platformed, commenters have been sharing documents describing the 1871 act, claiming it proves that Trump will be sworn in on March 4”

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The story says:

“The source for this date is the fact that 1937 was also the year when inaugurations were changed from March 4 to Jan. 20 — to shorten the lame-duck period of outgoing presidents. QAnon followers believe that Trump will become the president of the original republic, and not the corporation that they believe the 1871 act created.”

QAnon followers who found themselves distraught over the fact that Biden was inaugurated rather than arrested on Jan. 20th, are perhaps latching harder on to this new theory.

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Since Inauguration Day, Trump supporters across the country are doing whatever they can to remove President Biden from office.

On Biden’s first full day in office, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R. GA) followed through on her promise to file articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden but not without difficulties.

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Greene said, “we have to make sure that our leaders are held accountable, we cannot have a president of the United States that is willing to abuse the power of the office of the presidency and be easily bought off by foreign governments … Chinese energy companies, Ukrainian energy companies… “So, on January 21, I will be filing articles of impeachment on Joe Biden.”

Vice reported: “According to a GOP source in her district, Greene ‘thought it would be a lot easier than it is.’”

President Trump once praised Greene as a “future Republican star” but she is now more known for her full backing of QAnon conspiracy theories, particularly those which said Trump would lead the mass arrests of elite Democrats and then expose them for operating a Satanic pedophile ring.

Greene has also supported claims that several mass shootings, including Sandy Hooke, were staged by Democrats, and she has also wondered whether 9/11 was an inside job.

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Greene announced her articles of impeachment via Twitter.

She has repeatedly shared a video on social media that shows Biden saying he will block $1billion in U.S. aid if his request of the removal of a specific Ukrainian government official is not met.

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The established truth, however, is that the removal of that official was actually part of an official U.S. policy Biden was tasked with carrying out and in fact, a consortium of world governments had called for his removal because of corruption.

But even that didn’t stop Greene’s crusade to file the articles of impeachment, which isn’t likely to go anywhere since the Dems have control of the House.

Another reason it will fail is because many of the articles are speaking to things that Biden allegedly did before he took office. Since you can’t be impeached for things you did before you took office, then this is invalid from the beginning.

You can read Greene’s full statement here.

In only her first year in office, Greene is already a controversial character. She believes in and strongly supports QAnon conspiracy theories.