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Blue Anon Trends As Conservatives Attack Liberals Over ‘Conspiracy Theories’

If you pay attention to politics at all, you’ve almost certainly heard of QAnon. Now, several conservative websites are attempting to get a new term trending. Blue Anon is supposedly the liberal version of this conspiracy group and have been dubbed so because they follow their own set of “outrageous” conspiracies.

According to the BizPacReview, Blue Anon came about because liberals chose to believe things like Donald Trump had illicit ties to Russia.

There was even a definition in the Urban Dictionary.

“A loosely organized network of Democrat voters, politicians, and media personalities who spread left-wing conspiracy theories such as the Russia Hoax, Jussie Smollett hoax, Ukraine hoax, Covington Kids hoax, and Brett Kavanaugh hoax. Blue Anon adherents fervently believe that right-wing extremists are going to storm Capitol Hill any day now and ‘remove’ lawmakers from office, hence the need for the deployment of thousands of National Guard stationed at the U.S. Capitol”

The conservative site pointed out that by Sunday morning, “liberals” had managed to get the definition deleted. Still, plenty of people screenshotted the meaning and posted it on social media.

Is Blue Anon Real?

At the moment, it appears the biggest difference between Blue Anon and QAnon is that the latter is an actual group. The right-wing conspiracy theorist banded together on Twitter during the Trump presidency. Several of the group held out hope that Trump would return, even if he was defeated by Biden in the 2020 election.

Blue Anon, on the other hand, appears to be created entirely by conservative commenters.

Liberals hit back on Twitter over the claims.

#BlueAnon is trending because the Q nuts want to use it for their idiotic “whatabout”, take no accountability & deflect nonsense.” One user wrote.

Others put the blame for Blue Anon squarely on QAnon.

Still another user talked about “Q.” This is a person who reportedly started the right-wing group in the first place. Over time, several theories have started about just who Q is.

“I wish ‘Q’ would turn out to be a genius, black, lgbtq, child computer wizard who’s super intelligent but emotionally not fully developed,” One user tweeted. “Who just wanted to do a social experiment (not knowing the dangers) to see how many white racists they could get to dance on a hot plate.”

Social Media Battle Rages On

Not long after the term began to circulate, liberals made it their own.

Republicans are using #BlueAnon to deflect from the fact that their base and dear leader Trump is CEO of conspiracy theories,” one user wrote.

Another illustrated some of the right’s conspiracies with a tweet.

Can I be both a member of Antifa and #BlueAnon?” They wrote. “Or do I have to choose between 2 things that don’t exist?”

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