There are Candian QAnon devotees?

Courtesy of The Guardian

Canadian police say the armed man who rammed a truck through the gates of the prime minister’s residence was loose for 13 minutes before authorities finally spotted him.

Media reports have identified the intruder as Corey Hurren, a reservist in the Canadian Rangers, a branch of the military that typically operates in remote and coastal regions.

Hurren, who police have not yet formally identified, would be charged with multiple offences on 3 July, the deputy commissioner, Mike Duheme, said.

At about 6:30 in the morning, Hurren allegedly used a black pickup truck to ram the iron gates of Rideau Hall in Ottawa, the sprawling property where both the prime minister and governor general live.

Police say the truck was “disabled” after hitting the gates, but still travelled more than 100 meters into the grounds.

Security footage shows Hurren, carrying a gun, then move towards a rose garden, where he briefly took shelter. Police finally intercepted him as he approached a greenhouse at the far edge of the grounds. They said they were able to have “dialogue” with Hurren, lasting more than an hour and a half, before arresting him.

The man reportedly had multiple weapons on him, but the truly bizarre detail is that he may have been a member of QAnon.

Courtesy of Vice

According to LinkedIn, Hurren has operated Grindhouse Fine Foods, a meat company, since 2014. The company’s Instagram account features posts that are related to the business, such as images of sausages, and others that are personal in nature, such as photos of Hurren.

On March 27, Grindhouse Fine Foods posted a QAnon meme. It features a white rabbit (the mascot for the conspiracy) at the wheel of a car. The Instagram caption says: “Has anyone else been following ‘Q’ and the ‘White Rabbit’ down the rabbit hole and how this all relates to the coronavirus/COVID-19 situation? Lots of coincidences in all these ‘Q’ posts if this turns out to be a ‘Nothingburger’.” He then lists a plethora of conspiracies in the hashtags which include the killing of Seth Rich, adrenochrome, pizzagate, pedogate, and several related to sex offender Jeffery Epstein. The account also posted several hashtags linked to QAnon like WWG1WGA, a storm is coming, and the deep state.

QAnon is a wide-ranging conspiracy in the United States that focuses on Donald Trumps battles with deep state enemies.

I am not sure what a conspiracy theorist who believes that American Democrats run a child prostitution ring and worship Satan would want with the Prime Minister of Canada, but I find it impossible to believe it was for anything innocuous. 

Just when you think you have seen the craziest thing ever, yet another bat shits another helping of crazy into the world.