Biden bizarrely denies ‘sucking blood out of kids’ as he responds to bonkers QAnon conspiracy

JOE Biden has bizarrely denied “sucking the blood out of kids” as he clapped back at a far-fetched QAnon conspiracy theory.

When pushed about claims the Democrats want to defund the police, the President hit back by likening the accusation to wild allegations pushed by QAnon supporters that a worldwide network of celebrities and politicians are part of a child sex-trafficking ring.

Joe Biden hit back a bizarre QAnon conspiracy theory when pressed about his party's stance on defunding the police

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Joe Biden hit back a bizarre QAnon conspiracy theory when pressed about his party’s stance on defunding the policeCredit: Getty
QAnon supporters stormed the Capitol back in January and continue to peddle bizarre theories

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QAnon supporters stormed the Capitol back in January and continue to peddle bizarre theoriesCredit: AFP

After stepping off Marine One, Biden stopped to speak with reporters on the South Lawn when he was questioned about his party’s stance on police funding and whether Democrats were “anti-police”

The President insisted defunding the police is not the Democratic Party’s position – despite some members calling for it during race-related riots last year following the death of George Floyd at the hands of cop Derek Chauvin.

“I’m the Democratic Party; I am President. So is the Speaker of the House and so is the – the Majority Leader.  We are not defunding the police,” he told reporters.

But when pressed on whether any members of his party want to defund the police, he hit back by citing a bonkers QAnon conspiracy, saying: “Are there people in the Republican Party who think we’re sucking the blood out of kids?”

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QAnon is an unfounded conspiracy theory that claims Trump was waging a secret war on child-eating satanic pedophiles.

Dark sub-theories have spun off from these claims, some involving Satanic and pedophiles plots.

It first emerged on the messageboard website 4Chan in 2017, when a user called “Q” – who claimed to be an ex-government official with top security access – began sharing coded messages to the site.

The first post claimed that Hillary Clinton was soon to be arrested.

Are there people in the Republican Party who think we’re sucking the blood out of kids?

Joe Biden

QAnon supporters are known for their extreme conspiracy theories – with the right-wing group believing cannibals and pedophiles secretly control the world and have been involved in a number of violent incidents.

They believe a worldwide network of celebrities and politicians are part of a child sex-trafficking ring.

The bizarre theory originated in December 2016, when Edgar M.Welch entered a Washington DC pizza parlor and demanded to see a basement that did not exist.

According to NBC, he believed the restaurant was part of a child sex ring, a conspiracy known as Pizzagate.

“Q” is the central anonymous figure of the theory, who was claimed to be a high-ranking government official inside the Trump administration.

The group is also known for their conspiracy theories regarding Trump and their baseless claims about widespread election fraud which supposedly resulted in Biden’s win.

QAnoners have also peddled another conspiracy in recent months, claiming that Trump will simply be reinstated as President by the year’s end because of widespread “voter fraud” during the 2020 election.

Trump’s false claims that the election was rigged helped rile his supporters on January 6 when thousands of them stormed the Capitol building in Washington DC.

The violent protest was led by “QAnon Shaman” Jacob “Angeli” Chansley, who was widely pictured in the January 6 riots as he donned a horned fur getup while holding an American flag.

Before his arrest, he promised to return to the Capitol for Joe Biden’s inauguration.

Most recently, QAnon supporters peddled a bizarre claim that Trump can be seen in the reflection of a window in a photo of Biden inside the Oval Office.

Members of the group claim that the photo, which was posted to the official POTUS Instagram page in June, proves that Trump is secretly “running the show” behind the scenes at the White House.


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