Does Ridiculing Q Followers Fuel the Fire? Historical Lessons in Applied Social Science
by Jayson Dibble
The January 6 Capitol riot brought the QAnon conspiracy into public view, including the toll on families when a member adopts the worldview. Looking historically at social science research on cults suggests that while aggressive ridicule might be tempting, it's counterproductive.
The Rise (and Fall?) of Trump's Viral Death Cult
by Brian Glyn Williams
Trump's cult-leader response to COVID-19 is causing the equivalent of a Jonestown every day.
The Cult of Trump
by Michael A. Genovese
Come home Republicans. We need you.
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