Followers of QAnon ‘Queen of Canada’ obeyed her orders to arrest police officers. It hasn’t turned out well.
- Followers of QAnon influencer Romana Didulo were arrested for obeying her request to meet in Peterborough, Canada, and arrest police officers.
- Didulo, who has over 70,000 followers online, claims to be the newly installed Queen of Canada.
- She is a leader in the QAnon movement in Canada, which is a far-right political conspiracy theory movement.
- Didulo called on her followers to arrest anyone involved with Canada’s rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and to make a “citizen’s arrest” of police officers in Peterborough on Aug. 13.
- So far, six of Didulo’s followers involved in the incident have been arrested.
Followers of Filipino QAnon influencer Romana Didulo, who claims to be the newly installed Queen of Canada, obeyed her request to meet in Peterborough, Canada, and arrest police officers.
Didulo, who has over 70,000 followers online, is a leader in the QAnon movement in Canada, which is a far-right political conspiracy theory movement.
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