QAnon grifter tells followers she can time travel — and says Trump will be "reinstated"

A QAnon adherent claims retribution is coming for what she says was the stolen 2020 election: report

By Sky Palma
Published June 3, 2021 4:00AM (EDT)
A QAnon sticker is seen on the back of a car on November 6, 2020 in Los Angeles as the entire nation awaits the result of the presidential election. - President Donald Trump, in his latest effort to discredit vote tallies showing him headed for defeat in the tense US election, warned challenger Joe Biden on November 6 against "wrongfully" claiming the presidency. Three days after the US election in which there was a record turnout of 160 million voters, a winner had yet to be declared. (ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)
A QAnon sticker is seen on the back of a car on November 6, 2020 in Los Angeles as the entire nation awaits the result of the presidential election. - President Donald Trump, in his latest effort to discredit vote tallies showing him headed for defeat in the tense US election, warned challenger Joe Biden on November 6 against "wrongfully" claiming the presidency. Three days after the US election in which there was a record turnout of 160 million voters, a winner had yet to be declared. (ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)

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A QAnon adherent who claims she can time travel is whipping up her thousands of followers to carry out a plot to oust elected officials in the U.S. and replace them with QAnon followers, VICE News reports.

After months of building a network of groups in all 50 states, Terpsichore Maras-Lindeman promised her followers that "retribution" is coming for what she says was the stolen 2020 election. She also claims Donald Trump will be reinstated into office. 

While growing her subscriber base on Twitch, Maras-Lindeman, who streams under the name Tore Says, has raked in tens of thousands of dollars, even convincing her subscriber base to donate over $80,000, so she could buy a new Tesla.

"Maras-Lindeman is part of a growing ecosystem of grifters and hucksters who are leveraging the widespread belief that Trump's election loss was somehow orchestrated by shadowy figures and companies tied to the Democrats," VICE News reports. "This so-called 'Big Lie' has taken hold within the mainstream Republican Party, and fringe figures like Maras-Lindeman have succeeded in carving out a niche that's proving to be highly lucrative."

Read the full report at VICE News.


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