Fox host defends QAnon as network continues to support lying -- even after Capitol insurrection
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The far-right conspiracy theory QAnon was defended on Fox News on Monday.

The QAnon cult argues, without evidence, that Democrats are part of a Satanic, pedophile cabal that runs the world. Multiple supporters of the conspiracy theory took part in the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Fox News personality Tucker Carlson was not worried about dictatorship after Donald Trump tried to overturn the 2020 election, but was terrified that QAnon supporters are being held to account for spreading lies.

Carlson complained about the "mob of censors and hysterics and Jacobin destroyers all working on behalf of entrenched power to take total control of everything.