Vice President Mike Pence has deleted a photo of himself meeting a cop wearing a QAnon patch while on duty while in Florida.
Pence’s meeting with the conspiracy-believing sheriff’s deputy was covered by media including the Miami New Times.
Pence later deleted the tweet, after QAnon believers took it as “proof” that their theories were real.
[11.30] QProof on Pence's Twitter / Putin / Church Raided / Space Force … https://t.co/wgcTfEd4Su via @YouTube
Great quick video! @Jordan_Sather_ 🇺🇸#QAnon #QProof #PencesTweet #Putin #ChurchRaided #SpaceForce
— ❌Jonella Moore❌ (@jonella_moore) December 1, 2018
Why would VP Mike Pence tweet out a photo of himself with law enforcement that had a Q on his chest, then delete the tweet?
— Declassify FISA (@NinerNabs49) December 1, 2018
Perhaps a prompt to prod the media into asking the damn question? 🤔
Important moment in time.
The picture will be the signifier.
The signifier will 'force' the Q.
The Q will be answered (((#WWG1WGA))).
Q#GreatAwakening #QAnon #QArmy #MAGA #Pence #Trump pic.twitter.com/dAUBIUIkNj
— OutlawJoseyWales⚒️ (@outlawjw) December 1, 2018
Vice President Mike Pence posted a photo of himself posing with several law enforcement officers, including one wearing a QAnon patch, on Twitter Friday.https://t.co/jUkRjcBo5d#QAnon #WWG1WGA pic.twitter.com/jIDOSX70oX
— Qanon8chan (@Qanon8chan) November 30, 2018