Is Kayleigh McEnany sending secret messages to QAnon? Here's what one GOP senator noticed
Is White House Kayleigh McEnany secretly communicating with pro-Trump conspiracy theorists through her Fox News appearances?
That question was raised on Saturday after a tweet sent by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA).
Grassley, writing in a style familiar to his Twitter followers, suggested McEnany put a new battery in the clock behind her, as it was stopped at 10:10.
Kayleigh trump presser been on. FNC several times lately fr isolation location. She need to put new battery in lit… https://t.co/MojjIeVnnZ— ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley)1602376644.0
Followers of the QAnon conspiracy theorists have been focused on that exact time, and the corresponding date of October 10th, after the account behind the mass delusion tweeted a Mickey Mouse clock stopped at that time, as NBC news reporter Ben Collins has been covering.
This Chuck Grassley tweet has QAnon world extremely excited. Q tweeted a clock pointing at 10:10 weeks ago. It's 1… https://t.co/vGuMOVW2Ln— Ben Collins (@Ben Collins)1602382027.0
This was apparently not the first time McEnany had appeared with the clock set to 10:10.It was noted on Twitter on Tuesday.
Kayleigh this morning. Notice the time on that clock behind her. ⏰ https://t.co/owoMgqzGWK— DG13 (@DG13)1602013737.0
What time is the clock stopped at in the photo behind Kayleigh McEnany? Looks like a puzzle piece 🧩 now! https://t.co/Eq4P0EHcKT— Michael R. Greco Sr. (@Michael R. Greco Sr.)1602026191.0
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