As former President Donald Trump recently stumped for Ohio U.S Senate candidate J.D. Vance, his usual shouty, rambling speech shifted to a sermon-like tone. He described the “incredible journey” he and his followers were traveling together as “one movement, one people, one family, and one glorious nation.” As he spoke, many of the onlookers held their index finger in the air: a sign associated with QAnon, a fringe movement that combines conspiracy theories, with Trump at the center as an almost Messiah-like figure. QAnon is tied to the Capitol insurrection and other violent extremism, and the FBI considers it a threat. To what extent has Trump fully embraced this movement?