Joy Reid does epic takedown of Tucker Carlson’s claim QAnon doesn’t exist because they don’t have a website
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On Wednesday, MSNBC's Joy Reid tore into Fox News host Tucker Carlson for his claim that "we could not find" QAnon — the pro-Trump conspiracy theory that the United States is controlled by a secret group of child-trafficking cannibals — and that the entire movement must not exist because there is no official website for it.

"On Fox News, Tucker Carlson is busy trying to downplay the pernicious role that QAnon plays in misinformation," said Reid. "Prosecutors cited the influence of QAnon in connection with the capitol siege. Tucker, ever the intellectual giant, says QAnon can't possibly exist. If it does, where is the QAnon website?"

"We spent all day trying to locate the famous QAnon, which in the end we learned is not even a website," said Carlson in the clip. "If it is out there, we could not find it."

"They don't even have a website," said Reid sarcastically. "Republicans aren't trying to deflect and deny alone, they object to efforts for a full accounting of the worst attack on the Capitol since 1814."

QAnon has been responsible for acts of violence across the U.S. even before the Capitol invasion — although some of its followers are beginning to lose faith.

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