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Within QAnon and other far-right groups, there is constant talk about executing those who are part of the Deep State, or who oppose Trump. (transcript below)
Hi, everyone, thanks for watching. It's now been about 6 weeks since the January 6th insurrection, and of all the shocking events that happened on that day, one of the more surreal scenes had to be the gallows erected just outside the capitol. Especially when you combine those gallows with the sound of many in the crowd chanting to hang Mike Pence, as they roamed the halls of congress.
I'm not sure if it's been determined who actually built those gallows, but of the many different groups present on January 6th, QAnon was certainly the most obvious of them all. QAnon believers – or Anons as they refer to themselves - encompass a wide variety of individual conspiracy theories, and are certainly a diverse group of people from all walks of life.
But if there's one central, unifying belief that they all share, it's their support for executing the enemies of Donald J. Trump - enemies that they generally refer to as the Deep State. In the QAnon world, the people who are opposed to Trump have committed treason, and deserve to suffer the ultimate punishment.
Other far-right groups such as the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers, the Three Percenters, and others, also view anyone fighting against Trump as being treasonous. In their eyes, those who have committed treason include democrats, RINO's, Never Trumpers, and, of course, the main stream media.
All of this talk of treason is relatively new, as it's been many decades since the word has been so casually thrown about. Back to the early 1950's we did hear it a lot, as Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were accused of being spies - although the actual charge that resulted with their execution was that of espionage, not treason.
There was also Senator Joe McCarthy's infamous search for communists, also in the early 1950's. McCarthyism is defined as the practice of making accusations of treason without any proper regard for evidence. But although the word treason was often bandied about by various factions back then, no such charge was ever officially made.
But over the last couple of years, the accusation of treason has taken on new life, and in fact, has reached a fever pitch for many on the far right. This is thanks to, of course, Donald J. Trump. Trump often brought up the subject of treason - and tied it into execution - most famously with the whistle-blower in his first impeachment case.
“I want to know who’s the person who gave the whistle-blower the information because that’s close to a spy,” Trump said. “You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart with spies and treason, right? We used to handle it a little differently than we do now.”
Trump's Department of Justice also had a similar preoccupation with the death penalty, as during the latter half of 2020, the DOJ rushed to change the rules around federal death penalties, expanding execution methods to include electrocution and death by firing squad. After just 3 federal executions since 1963, the Trump administration executed 13 federal prisoners in just over the last 6 months of Trump's term.
The focus on executing Trump's enemies has been a common theme among many on the far right, especially over the past year. Rick Wiles, the senior pastor of the Flowing Streams Church in Florida, said that Trump's administration should line up Democrats and members of the media in front of firing squads, if they conspired to rig the presidential election.
Back in November, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon notoriously suggested that the Trump Administration should execute Dr. Fauci and FBI director Christopher Wray, and then place their heads on spikes outside the White House – horrific imagery that was straight out of the movie Apocalypse Now.
This constant talk of treason and executions is due to an evil mixture of Christianity with extreme patriotism and Trump worship. In the eyes of many on the right, Trump IS America, and America IS Trump. If you betray Trump, you're betraying America.
And all of this talk about executing those who oppose Trump is also fairly common among his supporters. You can go into almost any comment section on any conservative website, and you'll find quite a number of people who want to execute Trump's enemies. And they make no apologies about it.
But here is why I bring up this constant chatter about treason and execution among the Trump faithful. It's because of two bible verses: Revelation 20:4 and John 16:2.