The cult of QAnon, also known as the GOP, has gone to considerable trouble concocting fantasies that Biden is a puppet controlled by a mysterious button-pusher in the White House who is tearing their world to shreds with one satanic/communistic move after another. Mainstream media, however, is largely ignored Qanon's phony stories in favor of Gabby Petito's disappearance and murder.
QAnon is a bit like Bostrom's Paperclip Maximizer, except instead of grabbing everything it can find to make paperclips, it grabs everything it can find to make false stories that build on its garbage heap of sadcringe conspiracy theories. So it makes sense that Qnuts are now creating fact-free stories that claim Petito is a false-flag crises actor hired by the reptilian adrenochrome junkies overlords as a way to distract the masses from the important stuff they are making up about the Clintons, the Obamas, the Rothschilds, the Masons, the Catholics, you name it.
The only thing more pathetic than the Qanon cult members manufacturing fake stories to maintain their unwarranted sense of self-esteem is their complete inability to understand why people aren't buying their bullshit.
Within an hour of the news breaking that a body fitting Petito's description was found at a remote campsite near the Grand Teton National Park, Insider saw multiple posts spring up on the QAnon-focused Telegram channels GhostEzra, which has more than 330,000 subscribers, and WeTheMedia, which has more than 246,000 subscribers, where comment threads spiraled into lengthy discussions about Petito's case.
"Somethings not right about this whole situation… this is clearly Black Ops to cover for Biden failures. Was he ever real? Is SHE? Another false flag right before the audits," posted a Telegram user with the ID SherRryWW1G, referring to the problem-plagued Maricopa County, Arizona, audit of 2020 election votes.