House of Representatives cancels work amid QAnon conspiracies around March 4
A Capitol Police officer stands guard in front of the US Capitol Building, on June 14, 2017 (AFP)

There's a QAnon conspiracy theory that is sending the House of Representatives running for safety.

On March 4, QAnon members think that the military is going to somehow help former President Donald Trump to rise to power again.

"Sovereign citizens believe that a law enacted in 1871 secretly turned the U.S. into a corporation and did away with the American government of the founding fathers," said a January Vice report. "The group also believes that President Franklin D. Roosevelt sold U.S. citizens out in 1933 when he ended the gold standard and replaced it by offering citizens as collateral to a group of shadowy foreign investors."

CNN reporter Donie O'Sullivan reported Tuesday that the rhetoric around the 4th is "getting dangerous." The National Guard is already prepared for what could happen and now the House is admitted that being in the building probably isn't the best idea.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) announced they'd cut the week short out of security concerns.