Colbert Tries to Convert QAnon Followers From Trump to Christianity (Video)

Jennifer Maas
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Stephen Colbert did the Lord’s work on Monday’s episode of CBS’ “The Late Show,” when he tried to help QAnon followers who passionately supported former president Donald Trump find a new “savior” to follow.

“The last few weeks have been a tough time for the MAGA crowd, especially believers of something called QAnon: The deranged internet mob preaching that elite Democrats, government officials and celebrities are part of a cannibalistic, child-sex-trafficking cult and the ex-president was the hero destined to stop them,” the late-night host said during his monologue, which was delivered from the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City amid a blizzard.

“Oh well. Q people, if you’re still looking for a savior, can I interest you in a much nicer messiah who also hung out with prostitutes, but might actually come back one day?” Colbert said, pointing the QAnon believers toward Jesus Christ, instead of Trump.

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Colbert went on to say that QAnon followers have been a hard time wrapping their heads around events surrounding the inauguration of Trump’s successor, Joe Biden.

“Ever since the dictator slunk of to Mar-a-Gulag-o, Q folks have been struggling to understand Biden’s inauguration, which many believe was actually a deepfake,” he said, adding jokingly: “Yes, it was all staged on a green screen, and in reality, Bernie was just a tennis ball on a stick.”

Watch Colbert’s full monologue above, in which he fires some shots at the anti-vax protestors who tried to stop getting people from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles last week.

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