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Ready to Leave QAnon? Shannon Martinez Will Show You the Way

A former white supremacist on how disappointed Q followers can regain agency in their lives — but only if they’re willing

Photo illustration; image sources: Kyle Grillot/AFP, Royalty-free/Getty Images, courtesy of Shannon Foley Martinez

For followers of QAnon, Inauguration Day was never supposed to happen. There was going to be an uprising, assassinations, and Donald Trump was supposed to…




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Seyward Darby

Seyward Darby

Author of “Sisters in Hate: American Women on the Front Lines of White Nationalism,” and editor in chief of The Atavist Magazine.

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