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one particular Anon will post a string of very interesting ideas, which can all be tracked via their ID, and another Anon will compile all their posts into a “bun.” Which is exactly what Anon did late last night/early this morning with another Anon’s posts… an Anon who had quite the theory to share, who was subsequently dubbed “#HighIQAnon:”
Essentially, in this series of linked posts, HighIQAnon lays out his theory that Michael Anton is actually #QAnon. For those unfamiliar, Anton is the former Deputy Assistant to the President for Strategic Communications, and he served in that capacity until April, 2018… (So already we have a “fit” for the kind of role Q plays, in that Anton was in charge of Strategic Communication… just months before QAnon appeared on the scene).
Firstly, I didn’t come up with this theory. It was already on the boards, so every bad actor in the world already read it hours ago. Secondly, we’re not even sure if this is true, yet. And Thirdly, if HighIQAnon is right, there have been enough public hints along these lines that none of this is really “secret” any more. Now, personally, I find HighIQAnon’s line of thinking really compelling, which is why I presented it to everyone here, today, but I’m more than happy to be wrong about all of it.
“I’m a rare thing in Washington conservative circles: a right-wing Francophile,” said Mr. Anton, who first served in the White House during the George W. Bush administration, when the Iraq war curdled relations with Paris. “It makes it a special honor that I didn’t merely cook at the state dinner, but of all people, I cooked for the president of France.”
The Populist Nationalist on Trump's National Security Council Michael Anton actively courts controversy with his extreme views. But how much influence does he have in the White House?