Gov. Brian Kemp announced Wednesday the creation of a new GBI unit to tackle human trafficking.
While most marchers carried signs generically in opposition to child sex trafficking, a dozen or so ignored Grohe’s warning and carried signs referencing the sprawling conspiracy theory that an elite group of politicians and celebrities kidnap and torture children. Throughout the approximately mile-long march, a substantial portion of the marchers in the rear chanted the QAnon motto, “We go one, we go all.”
While most marchers carried signs generically in opposition to child sex trafficking, a dozen or so ignored organizers’ requests not to carry QAnon posters at the Woodstock event on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2020. A “We Are Q” sign can be seen in this portion of the march. (Photo: Chris Joyner/AJC)
Grohe said the majority of the marchers were focused on ending child sex trafficking and shouldn’t be judged by a vocal minority.
Similar QAnon signs were visible in marches throughout the nation Saturday.