Watch CNN interview Qanon conspiracy theorists at a Trump rally

From the August 2 edition of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360:

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ANDERSON COOPER (HOST): At President Trump's rally tonight in Pennsylvania, scattered among the crowd are people who believe in some conspiracy theories that are so broad and often bizarre it's difficult to believe, to put it mildly. It's no longer an isolated thing.

Take a look, the sign with the “Q” on it, stands for QAnon. This video is from the presidential rally in Tampa, two nights ago.

Last night on the broadcast, we focused more closely on what the group believes in and their views from the fringes of American political thought. Tonight, we wanted to give them a chance to have their say.


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