Trump’s cult thinks he will be sworn in as the 19th president on March 4th; His D.C. hotel hikes the price for the bigly event

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In the crazy, dangerous, and violent world known as QAnon, members of the cult actually believe that FORMER President Trump will be sworn in as the 19th president on March 4, 2021, despite losing to President Biden way back in November.

Newsweek:

The latest prediction from the QAnon movement seems to echo that of the sovereign citizen movement, whose followers believe they do not have to follow federal laws or pay taxes.

The basis of this comes from a law they believe passed in 1871 which secretly turned the U.S. into a corporation. The sovereign citizen movement, therefore, believes that every president after Ulysses S. Grant is illegitimate.

“They believe that March 4, 2021 is the start for the new Republic. March 4 was the start date of the new President until it was changed in 1933,” Marc-André Argentino, a researcher who studies QAnon, tweeted on January 13.

“Why do they believe all of this? Well at the end of his Jan 7 speech Trump said ‘Our incredible journey is only just beginning.’ QAnon obviously latched on to that statement and they are using it to provide hope to their movement that no matter what it looks like in the media it is all about optics; because the Military and Qteam have thought of everything.”

Follow along with this lady and ‘connect the dots:’

Then there’s this nutter woman who really ‘gets it.’ She explains how Trump will become the 19th President of the U.S.

“God has planned all of this for many years,” wrote Debie Brisco. “Got to love this president. Not much longer now. March 4 will be our victory dance. And I plan to dance in the freakin streets.”

For the bigly event on March 4, 2021, the Trump Hotel in Washington D.C. has hiked the price for a guest room from $596 to $1,331. On January 5 and 6—the date when these malcontents attacked our Capitol leaving five people dead and causing numerous injuries, the lowest rate available at Trump International in Washington D.C. topped $7,500 and $8,000 respectively.

Newsweek:

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