I wrote – Iman Mahmoud
In the latest conspiracy theories supported by US President Donald Trump, he sparked controversy and anger over a tweet promoting a conspiracy theory whose hero, his predecessor Barack Obama and his rival in the current elections, Joe Biden, claiming that they “killed a replacement for the former Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in 2011.”
Last Tuesday, Trump re-posted a tweet from an account linked to “QAnon” or “Q Anon,” claiming that “Osama bin Laden is still alive, and those who were killed in the raid were just a duplicate.”
“Kyu Anon” is a mysterious pro-Trump formation that promotes conspiracy theories on social media, claims that a “deep state” has controlled the United States for decades, and represents a secret organization that includes senior officials in American administrations, the Clintons and Obama, the Rothschilds, and influential investor George Soros, Hollywood stars and elite personalities.
The movement claims that they are part of an international network of trafficking in children for sexual purposes, and they want to establish a new world order, in which states give up their sovereignty in favor of this elite.
Later, Trump retweeted another tweet alleging that senior Obama administration officials had colluded to bring bin Laden from Iran to Pakistan.
CNN believes that it is not strange for Trump to adopt conspiracy theories, even before his election as President of the United States, saying that he “spent years spreading lies about his predecessor Barack Obama.”
She added, “This week, I prolonged the publication of articles and videos to promote another completely unfounded theory about Obama.”
And “CNN” criticized these allegations, saying that “this theory is unfounded and plays a role in Trump’s direction of defaming the legacy of his predecessor.”
The American Network confirmed that the al-Qaeda leader was killed in the early hours of the morning of May 2, 2011, by US special forces during a raid on his compound in Abbottabad, in Pakistan, and that a DNA test was conducted and it was confirmed that it was bin Laden, then his body was thrown in the sea.
Trump’s tweet and the far-right movement received widespread criticism in the United States, a few minutes after it was published, as Robert O’Neill, a member of the “Cell 6” team that carried out the mission to kill bin Laden, responded to Trump, saying: “Brave men say goodbye to their children to kill Osama Bin Laden … we received orders from President Obama. He was not an alternative to bin Laden. “
Neil, who had previously declared his support for Trump, said sarcastically in another tweet: “Damn. I just found out that I killed Osama Ben Johnson. I think I’ll pay for the drinks.”
Robert O’Neill, told CNN, that the promotion of conspiracy theories is for a political purpose, adding: “It really is trampling the graves of the best heroes I have worked with personally.”
And in a televised interview with the American “NBC” channel, last Thursday, the presenter, Savannah Guthrie, touched on this topic, and asked Trump, “Why do you send a lie to your followers like this?” He replied: “It was a re-publication of a tweet .. I only published it. People can.” To decide for themselves. “
Guthrie replied, “I don’t understand that. You’re the boss. You’re not like a crazy uncle who can post anything.”
Conservative attorney George Conway is one of Trump’s fiercest critics. He also commented on the tweet: “Oh my God, the president should be careful about what he retweets because people might get the impression that he’s deranged.”
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