He’s a former QAnon believer. He doesn’t want to tell his story, but thinks it might help.

Travis M. Andrews, The Washington Post:

“The world didn’t seem like a dark place. It seemed like a simple place. It felt like everyone else was living in a dream world, and I wasn’t. Even though it was the other way around.” …

Every single conspiracy theory you’ve ever heard — including some you’ve never heard — are somehow part of the Q movement,” he added, citing the beliefs that the Earth is flat and that some celebrities are actual shape-shifting reptilian aliens from space.

This would all be ridiculous, except QAnon is calling for violent suppression of people it identifies as predators.