This was not what QAnon, the followers of pro-Trump conspiracy theories, had been promised. She unfollowed them on Facebook when they started sharing racist memes and conspiracy theories. “When the insurgency happened, it really scared a lot of people,” said Jess, who asked to be identified by her first name. Jess’ father sends her texts and mass emails with QAnon warnings. She posted on her Facebook that people alienated from their QAnon-believing families needed a support group.