Trump Reposts 'Where We Go One' QAnon Rallying Cry On Social Media

Former President Donald Trump boosted a social media post featuring a rallying cry of QAnon, the conspiracy movement that led some to attack the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. 2021.

On his Truth Social media site on early Sunday night, Trump reposted, or in the site’s parlance, “retruthed,” a number of adulatory posts about him or denigrating his opponents.

One of them was a picture of a tuxedo-clad Trump with his wife, Melania Trump, in a white gown posing against a backdrop of White House Christmas trees. Above is the caption “Where we go one, we go all” and a smaller, but still visible, watermark “Q” just below the caption.

“Where we go one, we go all” is a signature motto of QAnon conspiracy adherents, many of whom believe a secret cabal of satanists control the government and help powerful people engage in child trafficking. In 2021, a report from the FBI and the Homeland Security Department warned of the potential for violence from QAnon supporters after Trump lost the presidency.

In 2017, a North Carolina man traveled to a Washington pizzeria and opened fire with an AR-16 rifle in an attempt to free nonexistent child sex slaves he believed were being kept there. He surrendered to police after failing to discover any children held hostage.

On Jan. 6, 2021, another QAnon adherent, Jacob Chansley, was among the attackers at the attempted Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Chansley became famous in his “QAnon shaman” persona for which he wore a fur hat, no shirt and a carried a spear during the attack. He was later sentenced to federal prison for obstructing an official proceeding.

The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment asking why Donald Trump reposted the posts and if he believed QAnon adherents were violent.

According to her bio on Truth Social, the author of the “Where we go one” post is an American woman who supports Trump. “I believe in Q, The Great Awakening and Holding the Line! WWG1WGA!” the author wrote, using the abbreviation for the phrase in the post.

In addition to the “Where we go one” repost, Trump also reposted a post accusing former GOP Rep. Liz Cheney (Wyo.) of treason and calling for a televised tribunal for her.

Sunday’s repost was not the first time Trump has trafficked in QAnon memes and posts. In 2022, Trump reposted an artificial image of himself wearing a QAnon pin, with the caption “The storm is coming,” a phrase QAnon adherents use to refer to when they win power.