QAnon can feel amorphous, but it is not totally so.
Provided below is one expose on a major player within the QAnon universe. See also this earlier Disaster Zone Podcast: "Who is QAnon?"
More breaking Q news from Logically
Logically, a threat intelligence company fighting misinformation and disinformation, identified another prolific QAnon player: Q agitator “Neon Revolt” has been identified as Robert Cornero Jr. of Neptune City, New Jersey. After a failed attempt to become a screenwriter in Studio City, CA, he returned home with disdain for Hollywood and embraced QAnon.
Neon Revolt heads the largest QAnon community on the conservative and extremist-friendly social media site Gab – and just yesterday posted on Parler to say everyone should move to Gab. With close ties to Jim Watkins, on January 6, he posted the following:
“And this is why I must now write the most fateful sentence I have ever dared to write; the kind of sentence I had always hoped to avoid, but in the face of the evidence I now see, and the situation in which we find ourselves, I must write it all the same.
I hereby call for the immediate arrest of Michael Richard Pence, 48th Vice President of the United States, for Treason.
Patriots – you are all in DC today for a reason.
Make it count.”
Logically reached out to both Cornero Jr, as well as his father, Robert Cornero Sr. Monmouth University VP of Campus Planning, but did not hear back. Cornero Jr. is a graduate of Monmouth.
“In the fallout of the events of January 6th, it’s important to remember that the more noteworthy QAnon figures were likely nowhere near the Capitol when the riots happened,” said Nick Backovic, senior investigator and editor at Logically. “In fact, some of them weren’t even in the U.S. Though some of the ones who have received media attention as a result may be instantly recognizable, it would be wrong to confuse that with them having an important role in the QAnon movement.”
In 2019, Robert Cornero / Neon Revolt raised over $150,000 with an Indiegogo campaign to write and publish a book called Revolution Q: The Story of QAnon and the 2nd American Revolution, which he then proceeded to sell back to QAnon supporters. The 660-page Revolution Q would become a highly influential text in the movement and, to this day, it is still sold online in all major stores, including Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Read the full investigation here