The RNC Dropped a Speaker Who Boosted Anti-Semitic QAnon Theories


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Mary Ann Mendoza was dropped from the Republican National Convention.

), “We have removed the scheduled video from the convention lineup and it will no longer run this week.”
A source told the AP that Mendoza was dropped due to controversy.
As the Daily Beast reported
, earlier on Tuesday Mendoza had retweeted a thread from someone weaving QAnon and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories together, telling her more than 40,000 followers, “Do yourself a favor and read this thread.” The thread, according to the Daily Beast, was a laundry list of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories alleging a Jewish family was attempting to enslave non-Jews.
After the Daily Beast published an initial version of its report, Mendoza deleted her tweet and apologized, saying (

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  • Wow. Okay. So only one of the two major parties is allowed to have a convention. Oooookay. (I’m not affiliated with a party, btw. But insinuating that only one can hold a convention…that would be a major infringement of constitutional rights.)