Diane talks with Brigid Schulte, director of the Better Life Lab, the work-family justice program at New America, a nonpartisan think tank.
It started as a conspiracy theory posted in online message boards. Now the followers of Q have become a visible presence at Trump rallies, and a growing influence within the Republican party.
The core belief is that powerful elites control the government and are engaged in all sorts of corrupt activity, including the secret torture of children. Donald Trump, meanwhile, has been delivered to the presidency to overthrow the cabal.
Diane spoke with her Tuesday morning.
- Adrienne LaFrance Executive editor, The Atlantic
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