Is Ellen DeGeneres mentioned in QAnon posts? Everything to know
Have you ever played the game Telephone in school? Remember how a simple message “I like peanut butter” whispered in the ear of all your friends in a circle came out the other side as “Henry is a butt farter!”? As far as Q goes, there’s a ton of misinformation out there, passed down the chans like a game of Telephone.
Q is a mysterious figure. Active on uncensored forums like 8chan & 8kun, Q claims to be a government worker representing a small handful of military & government officials trying to get classified data out to the American people.
The story? A cabal of elites, made up of high-ranking politicians, Hollywood royalty, the CIA, and the deep state are trafficking children, torturing, sexually assaulting and sacrificing them as part of a Luciferian religion to gain esoteric black magic powers, and gather evidence for blackmail along the way.
Q assures the American people that they have one chance to stop the cabal, planted in a powerful position by the U.S. military and by We the People: current U.S. President Donald John Trump. Q says Trump agreed to be a figurehead while the U.S. military goes after this deep state cabal.
To outsiders, especially to the mainstream media, the reaction to these drops ranges from bewilderment & bemusement to abject horror that the American public would fall for these conspiracies. To Q supporters, Q is the one thing standing in the way of media distortion (facilitated by the deep state) and the truth.
How does this relate to Ellen DeGeneres, you ask? DeGeneres has been pegged as the subject of many Q conspiracies since 2018 (despite the dearth of extant Q drops directly about the talk show host), including the recent Wayfair.com conspiracies & Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs. However, Ellen DeGeneres has a long history of being implicated by Q . . . or so some think. Let’s take a look.
Ellen DeGeneres & the CIA
Here’s a prime example of how following Q (outside the actual drops) comes off like a game of Telephone. According to a YouTube video claiming to come from a Q drop, Ellen DeGeneres is an agent of the CIA.
In a YouTube video by Zig Zag Ground ZERO, the plot is explained as follows: first, to understand it, you have to believe the Las Vegas massacre was a setup by the CIA as a “training exercise” to take down ISIS. They also say Area 51 was the real target.
Q did drop that Vegas was faked. In a series of questions in two drops, Q purported that there were many holes in mainstream media’s reporting of the Las Vegas shooting. The questions included “Were there any eyewitnesses? Who? Was he registered as a security guard?”
Usually, Q is intentionally vague in drops. Q sometimes answers “anons” in the affirmative or negative. However, the eyewitness these listed questions refer to is security guard Jesus Campos, who was on the scene when the Las Vegas shooting went down.
Jesus Campos, a security guard at the MGM in Las Vegas, was interviewed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show following the Las Vegas massacre. Campos was the security guard who went to check on Stephen Paddock (the Las Vegas shooter the video claims Q says is a CIA gunrunner). Campos related his version of events to Ellen DeGeneres – right after The Los Angeles Times said he mysteriously disappeared!
The alleged Q conspiracy points to DeGeneres herself as the agent who made Campos disappear, then reappear once The Los Angeles Times raised suspicions. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Campos noted some discrepancies between typical security measures and what happened that night. This was also Campos’s first interview two days after The Los Angeles Times said he was AWOL.
The YouTube video explaining this conspiracy also notes that Campos’s records of working at MGM appeared to be scrubbed. They also claim that The Los Angeles Times ignores “deep state” orders on what to report, citing their refusal to post presidential candidate Hillary Clinton ahead in the polls in 2016.
Is the Campos story fake?
Snopes, the fact-checking website (which Q drops have accused of being completely fraudulent), flagged the report that Campos was “disappeared” by the CIA as false. Although he abruptly disappeared, people in Campos’s circle offered different explanations, from wanting privacy to hiding from Las Vegas shooting “truthers”. Note that there’s no actual indication at all this theory is derived directly from Q drops.
Further, both LVMPD & Campos’s union expressed to Snopes he wasn’t missing and that conspiracy theories saying he was were baseless. “(Campos) is not missing. He’s not under arrest. We tell people what we know. If they don’t believe it but they’re going to believe whatever web site, then I don’t know what else to tell you,” LVMPD officer Larry Hadfield told Snopes.
Eric Trump & Ellen
In a now-deleted tweet, Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump listed some of the deep state’s “controlled assets”: the Obamas, the Clintons, and . . . Ellen DeGeneres? The post was a screenshot of Eric Trump’s suggested follows, a list of liberal accounts that included DeGeneres.
“Shocking… once again, here are the @Twitter ‘suggestions’ of who I should follow. #DeepState pic.twitter.com/6XYUS02j34— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) January 3, 2018
Ellen DeGeneres clapped back on her show by joking: “First of all, which one is Eric? Did he kill the elephant or the cheetah? Which one? I don’t know. So second, what is the Deep State? Is it near Dollywood? Cause I’m in, if it is.”
Ellen continued to “joke” by claiming she doesn’t have the time to be part of some vast conspiracy, since she has “Illuminati brunch” on Tuesday and other conspiracy-themed events taking up her schedule. “I just wanna say, Eric, I am honored that you think that I’m powerful enough to be part of a government conspiracy. I am sorry to disappoint you, I am not part of the Deep State [sic].”
Q followers keep coming back to Ellen
The latest “Q conspiracy” linked to Ellen DeGeneres was the Wayfair conspiracy. Some of Ellen DeGeneres’s throw pillows appeared to be overpriced, along with cabinets named after missing girls, kicking off the theory that the comedian was somehow involved in sex trafficking. Ellen DeGeneres was also listed in an Epstein flight manifest – which was later debunked by sources like USA Today as false.
However, the conspiracy was shared over 100,000 times on Facebook before the social media juggernaut started clamping down on Q posts. One post’s caption read: “Does anyone else find it odd that not a single celebrity or big name on Epstein’s flight list has spoken out in defense of themselves? . . . Ellen DeGeneres has not spoke on it. Oprah Winfrey has not spoke on it.”
Here’s the problem. If you look at Q archives, it’s crickets on Ellen DeGeneres. Q seems to have bigger fish to fry. Q’s most recent drops involve Trump labeling Antifa as a hate group, and “pandemic” being easily rearranged into “dem panic”.
With a new Bloomberg article out about Ellen selling “sheep art”, we think the (former?) talk show host will be back on Q followers’ radar soon. Will it appear as a drop? Probably not.
We also think the quote from LVMPD officer Larry Hadfield gave to Snopes sums it up best. “We tell people what we know. If they don’t believe it but they’re going to believe whatever web site, then I don’t know what else to tell you.”
If you believe in mainstream media, or if you believe Q, at this point, your mind is made up – just realize you may be further down the Telephone line of information than you think. Either way: look at the actual drops; don’t just believe anything you read on the internet or hear on TV news about Q.