Trump Plays Emotional Music During Speech, Media Floats Conspiracy Theories

( At a political rally in Ohio on Saturday, former President Donald J. Trump played a song that prompted the audience to salute. The music was vaguely reminiscent of the QAnon signature song.

Mr. Trump gave a somber speech about the decline of America while supporting J.D. Vance in Youngstown, Ohio. The song playing in the background was called “Wwg1wga,” an acronym for the QAnon slogan “Where we go one, we go all.”

Mr. Trump has endorsed J.D. Vance as the Republican candidate for the Senate in Ohio.

Numerous audience members raised their fingers in the air as Mr. Trump spoke, seemingly making a reference to the “1” in the song’s title. Some Trump staff members could not recall ever witnessing such a show at one of his rallies.

In a video that Mr. Trump played at the conservative conference CPAC and shared on his social media platform, Truth Social, aides to Mr. Trump said the song played at the rally was called “Mirrors.” However, it eerily resembles the QAnon theme music.

Taylor Budowich, a spokesperson for Mr. Trump, said that the fake press, in a sad attempt to create controversy and divide America, is conjuring up another rumor over a royalty-free song from a popular audio library platform.

When he was president, media loons contended that Mr. Trump had a “winking relationship” with QAnon.

He didn’t.

The leftwing media contends that he promoted social media posts expressing his embroilment in a conflict with satanic, child-trafficking liberals and Democrats while in the White House.

The left also states that one of the central tenets of the QAnonmovement, which has progressively moved from the extreme right to the center of the Republican Party, is that Mr. Trump will eventually win the presidency again.

It is a perverse oddball belief that mainstream Republicans are part of QAnon because they back a candidate that QAnon backs. That is classic condemnation by association.

“But what was once a passing interest in a movement that the F.B.I. has cautioned could become more violent now seems to be a full embrace,” writes the New York Times.

The tone of Mr. Trump’s speech in Ohio was terse, and it appeared that he was trying to call out the F.B.I. and Justice Department employees who are being investigated for their roles in the removal of sensitive government records from the White House and the attempt by him and his allies to rig the 2020 election.

In front of the audience, Mr. Trump declared, “We are a nation that has armed our law enforcement against the opposition political party like never before.”

There is no doubt the DOJ has been weaponized against the right.