Liz Crokin #conspiracy rightwingwatch.org

On Sunday, right-wing “journalist” and Trump–worshiping conspiracy theorist Liz Crokin posted a video on her YouTube channel in which she declared that former President George H.W. Bush had been “executed,” which she believes is a signal that the long-predicted mass arrests would soon begin.

Crokin, like many other far right-wing activists, is a devoted believer in the so-called “QAnon” conspiracy theory, which posits that a high-ranking official within the Trump administration has been dropping coded hints on the 8Chan forum board about a secret operation to take down a global satanic pedophile ring involving countless political, economic, and cultural leaders.

The proof of this effort, Crokin and others believe, will come in the form of a wave of mass arrests in which hundreds of highly influential figures will be rounded up, subjected to military tribunals, and ultimately executed.

On Sunday, Crokin reported that a key moment in this unfolding plan would occur when U.S. Attorney John Huber, who has been “tasked with looking into Republican claims of FBI misconduct and whether more should have been done to investigate Hillary Clinton’s ties to a Russian nuclear agency,” testified before a House committee this week.

“The hearing that goes down this week,” she said, “there is a very good chance that the crimes against children will be exposed and the floodgates will break open. I don’t know for sure. I’m praying that will be the case, but whether it happens on [December] 5th or in a week or three weeks, it’s happening.”

“It’s no coincidence that George [Bush] Sr. died,” she added. “By the way, he didn’t die, he was executed. He was executed. So the tide has turned, you guys. The Q movement is unstoppable.”

“The writing is on the wall,” Crokin proclaimed. “Nothing is going to stop these arrests from happening. Nothing. And this is going to be a big week. The world is about to change.”

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