QAnon followers think a cicada landing on Biden may be a veiled communication from Q

  • The QAnon world is bugging out about something new — cicadas landing on President Biden.
  • A post on a 225,000-member QAnon Telegram chat said the insects landing on Biden may be “comms” from Q.
  • This is because the cicadas spend 17 years underground, and Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet.
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Some QAnon conspiracy theorists are fixating on the fact that one of the Brood X cicadas landed on President Biden, with some believing that the insect was a coded message from the mysterious “Q.” 

A June 9 video of Biden swatting away a cicada that landed on his neck circulated on QAnon forums and group chats. This led some followers to wonder if this was a sign from “Q,” who they believe is a shadowy government insider who is exposing top-level secrets in information drops called “comms.”

QAnon is a baseless far-right conspiracy theory that claims former President Donald Trump is secretly fighting a “deep state” cabal of satanic pedophiles and cannibals. 

A post in a 225,000 strong QAnon Telegram chat We The Media read: “JOE BIDEN BITTEN BY A CICADA – COMMS? Just so happens that Cicadas nymphs emerge after a 17-year childhood underground!!! What? CHILD? UNDERGROUND? 17?” 

The post draws parallels between the 17 years that Brood X cicadas spend living underground, implying that this timeframe is somehow linked to Q. The number “17” is often used in QAnon circles because Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet. It also references the “underground,” a baseless belief that QAnon supporters hold that there is a hidden network of pedophiles that “Q” — and Trump — will one day expose. 

However, it is common knowledge that the emergence of cicada swarms is a natural phenomenon that occurs once every 17 years. The current swarm, Brood X, is one of the largest broods so far.


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