You can’t make this up!
With all the news focussing on Bob Woodward’s book and his 18 (count them, 18) taped interviews with Donald Trump who, in doing these interviews, solidified his standing as not only the worst president in the history of the United States, but possibly the stupidest man in the history of the United States, you might have missed this news, from the AP.
I’ve reprinted the article in its entirety. But I did want to point out one quote from Mike Pence, who, despite accepting the QAnon invitation, had earlier dismissed QAnon as a “conspiracy theory.” It’s a quote that solidifies his standing as not only the worst vice president in the history of the United States, but possibly the most sycophantic man in the history of the United States.
“I don’t know anything about QAnon, and I dismiss it out of hand”
Pence to attend event hosted by QAnon backers
By Brian Slodysko and Michael Kunzelman, The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Vice President Mike Pence and top officials from President Donald Trump’s campaign are slated to attend a Montana fundraiser next week hosted by a couple who have expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory, according to an event invitation obtained by The Associated Press and a review of social media postings.
The hosts of the fundraiser, Caryn and Michael Borland, have shared QAnon memes and retweeted posts from QAnon accounts, their social media activity shows. The baseless conspiracy theory posits that Trump is fighting entrenched enemies in the government and also involves satanism and child sex trafficking.
Beyond Pence, the Sept. 14 fundraiser in Bozeman, Montana, is expected to draw influential figures in the president’s orbit including Kimberly Guilfoyle, a top Trump fundraising official who is dating Donald Trump Jr., GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Republican National Committee finance chairman Todd Ricketts and RNC cochairman Tommy Hicks Jr., the event invitation shows.
While many Republicans have dismissed QAnon, the fundraiser is another sign of how the conspiracy theory is gaining a foothold in the party. Trump has hailed Georgia congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene, another QAnon supporter, as a “future Republican star.” The president has refused to condemn QAnon, recently telling reporters that the conspiracy theory is “gaining in popularity” and that its supporters “like me very much.”
Representatives for Pence declined to comment on the fundraiser, though the vice president has previously called QAnon a “conspiracy theory.”
“I don’t know anything about QAnon, and I dismiss it out of hand,” he told CBS last month.
Representatives for the Trump campaign didn’t immediately comment on the fundraiser. Caryn and Michael Borland did not return a call seeking comment on the event.
YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS UP!