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17 House Lawmakers Vote Against Condemning QAnon

Seventeen congressmen on Friday voted against a House resolution condemning QAnon, an anonymous onli..

By Sunday Herald Team , in US Politics , at October 3, 2020

Seventeen congressmen on Friday voted against a House resolution condemning QAnon, an anonymous online persona which is believed, at least in part, by more than half of Republicans in the United States, according to one poll. The tally excludes Rep. Buddy Carter (R-Ga.) who voted against the resolution during roll call but later said he voted in error. All of the Democrats and 146 Republicans voted in favor of the resolution, which describes QAnon as “a collection of unfounded conspiracy theories that have spread widely on the internet since 2017.” Sixteen Republican representatives voted against the resolution: Jodey Arrington (Texas), Brian Babin (Texas), Rob Bishop (Utah), Mo Brooks (Ala.)Read More From Source

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