The first rule of a politician working for workplace is that this: Solidify your base. And since Republican main candidates are preventing over items of the ever-shrinking Crazy Pie, it makes a form of sense that they’d go the place their votes are — on this case, an anti-Semitic Qanon conspiracy concept competition! Doug Mastriano is the main Republican candidate for the PA gubernatorial nomination (and likewise the fringey-ist), so naturally he’ll be there. Via Media Matters:
Numerous Republicans, together with Pennsylvania gubernatorial contender Doug Mastriano, are scheduled to talk at a convention hosted by podcast hosts and QAnon conspiracy theorists Allen and Francine Fosdick. The Fosdicks have promoted conspiracy theories alleging Jewish folks, led by the Rothschilds, have been manipulating occasions reminiscent of wildfires by way of “space weather” and lasers; purpose to subjugate the human race; and have evil “bloodlines” with different outstanding Jewish folks.
Allen and Francine Fosdick host the net program Up Front In The Prophetic. The Fosdicks have pushed quite a few conspiracy theories over time, together with repeatedly selling QAnon. Their web site presently options quite a few hyperlinks selling Pizzagate, the conspiracy concept that outstanding Democrats have trafficked kids by way of a Washington, D.C., restaurant.
The Fosdicks introduced that they’re internet hosting a convention on April 22-23 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, that includes “conservative leaders and upcoming representatives that put America First.” The checklist of scheduled audio system embody Mastriano, who can also be a conservative commentator, state senator, and QAnon supporter; Pennsylvania lieutenant governor candidate Teddy Daniels; Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate Kathy Barnette; commentator and former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis; Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington; and Maryland delegate and QAnon-supporting gubernatorial candidate Dan Cox.
And Dougie was a serious a part of the pretend electors plot to steal the election from Joe Biden, so you already know he is strong.