Trump-loving QAnon believers 'crushed' after Mueller report fails to live up to their conspiracy theories
Qanon believers at a rally. (Screenshot)

On Thursday, Attorney General Bill Barr released special counsel Robert Mueller's full report. The highly anticipated report detailed multiple bombshells about President Donald Trump and the White House.

Most people even those closest to Trump dreaded the release of the report in fear of retaliation from the president . However, a pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy group looked forward to the release of the report in belief that it would make Trump look as if he did not collude with Russia or obstruct justice.

"But when the Mueller report arrived on Thursday morning, it contained none of the bombshell, global pedophile cabal-destroying revelations QAnon fans had predicted. Instead, it detailed the Russian campaign of electoral subterfuge that benefits Trump’s election efforts along with repeated attempts by the president to impede investigations into his conduct," a report from The Daily Beast said.

Adding, "unhappy QAnon believers were left to grapple with the letdown."

QAnon believers voiced their frustration about the report on the internet and even shared that they felt lead on. One person even said that they won't vote come 2020 due to feeling crushed.

“Trump is toast,” said one poster who said he wouldn’t vote in 2020 after the disappointment. 'Lied to us to extend his re-election. Good luck Q peeps. I'm done here,'" the report said.

Read the full report here.