In 2021, the bond between QAnon and anti-vaxxers grew even stronger

As the QAnon community attacked vaccines, anti-vax figures saw allies

By the beginning of 2021, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and TikTok had finally announced crackdowns on QAnon. But it was not enough to extensively hamper the growth of QAnon. The QAnon community remained engaged throughout the year, in part because of the emergence of what they called “the death jab” — safe and effective coronavirus vaccines.

The QAnon community is notably anti-vax, with polling in July finding a significant percentage of the unvaccinated had QAnon beliefs. And when coronavirus vaccines were released to the American public in early 2021, the community turned its attacks on the shots

Meanwhile, anti-vax influencers saw the QAnon community as a friendly platform.

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