Donald Trump has experienced harsh criticism for his drop into the QAnon paranoid fear development during his Youngstown, Ohio rally on the side of Conservative Senate applicant JD Vance.
"This is the week when Trump became Qanon. This isn't a political assertion; it simply is, but upsetting.
Week started with pictures of Trump on Truth Social wearing a Q pin and advancing their mottos;
it closes with Q music and the Q 'one' sign by swarm at his meeting," CNN expert Juliette Kayyem tweeted on Saturday.
Creator Kurt Eichenwald added that "this week, Trump posted QAnon images, played QAnon signature music at his meeting, and held on as the group brings their fingers up in the QAnon salute.
"He has gone full QAnon, and that clique knows it. Trump has forever been insane, yet this is an unheard of level. He has gone totally crazy," he tweeted.