Candace Owens mocks ‘BlueAnon’ believers who think Trump fans are a ‘non-stop threat’ to DC and hits out at ‘Moaning Markle’ before her Oprah interview
- Owens, 31, tweeted after a new term used by conservatives for liberals who believe a range of what Republicans call conspiracy theories trended on Twitter
- The term BlueAnon plays on QAnon, the alt-right conspiracy theory that claims Satan-worshipping pedophiles in the ‘deep state’ plotted against Donald Trump
- Trump supporter Jack Posobiec, known for promoting false conspiracy theories such as ‘Pizzagate,’ praised when BlueAnon was added to Urban Dictionary
- Earlier in the day, Owens criticized Meghan Markle ahead of her interview with Oprah
Conservative commentator Candace Owens took to Twitter on Sunday to mock liberals who think Trump fans are a ‘non-stop threat’ to Washington DC as ‘BlueAnon’ believers and hit out at ‘Moaning Markle’ before her Oprah interview.
Owens, 31, made her comments after a new term used by conservatives for democrats who believe a range of what Republicans call conspiracy theories, such as the ‘Russia hoax’ and ‘Brett Kavanaugh hoax,’ trended on Twitter this weekend.
‘If you believe: DC is under military occupation because there are non-stop threats from Trump supporters, Joe Biden is the most popular American President of all time. Russia, Russia, Russia. You might be #BlueAnon,’ Owens tweeted.
The term BlueAnon plays on QAnon, the wacky alt-right conspiracy theory that claims Satan-worshipping, cannibalistic pedophiles in the ‘deep state’ plotted against Donald Trump and falsely predicted he would become president again.
Candace Owens took to Twitter on Sunday to mock liberals who think Trump fans are a ‘non-stop threat’ to Washington DC
Owens also criticized liberals who think ‘Joe Biden is the most popular American President of all time’
Trump supporter Jack Posobiec, known for promoting false conspiracy theories such as ‘Pizzagate,’ praised when the term BlueAnon was added to Urban Dictionary – a crowdsourced site that defines slang words and phrases and usually used by the parents of millenials and Gen Z to understand them.
‘Ladies and gentlemen, we did it,’ Posobiec posted on Twitter with a screenshot of the entry, which has since been removed from Urban Dictionary.
Owens has posted her own share of false and misleading information such as that the 2020 election was a ‘sham’ and Donald Trump beat Biden.
‘What’s everyone planning for the our upcoming one year anniversary of “two weeks to flatten the curve”?’ Owens also posted on Sunday.
‘Liberals. They really do fall for anything. It’s kinda sweet.’
Owens, a conservative commentator, has previously spread her own inaccurate claims such as that the election was a ‘sham’ and Donald Trump beat Biden in the election
Conspiracy theorist Jack Posobiec tweeted ‘we did it’ after BlueAnon was added to Urban Dictionary – which has since deleted the entry
Earlier in the day, Owens criticized Meghan Markle while responding to former The Apprentice contestant Bethenny Frankel who ahd tweeted her own criticism ahead of the Sussexes interview with Oprah.
Frankel had said: ‘Cry me a river … the plight of being a game show host, fairly unknown actress, to suffering in a palace, with tiaras and seven-figure weddings for TWO WHOLE YEARS to being a household name with Oprah on speed dial, fetching 7 m for interviews, hundreds of millions in media deals.’
Owens responded: ‘Couldn’t agree more. Moaning Markle needs to stop playing the part of victim. She’s remains an unconvincing, d-list actress.’
Candace Owens, 31, sent out a series of Tweets on Sunday mocking liberals as ‘BlueAnon’ and criticizing ‘Moaning Markle’ ahead of her interview with Oprah
The right-wing blogger had also slammed the Suits actress on Saturday while mocking Chrissy Teigen for her miscarriage.
‘LOL to Chrissy Teigen claiming that public scrutiny is going to cause to Meghan Markle to have a miscarriage,’ Owens wrote.
‘Meghan set up an interview, while pregnant, with the world’s most reknown (sic) talk show host of all time because she WANTED maximum publicity.’
She added: ‘Typical Hollywood narcissist.’