Montel discusses the dangerous Q-Anon conspiracy theory that has taken an alarming hold over millions of people across the country. Across social media every day, well-meaning people are being conned into amplifying Q-Anon messages without even knowing it. Last week in Oregon, Q-Anon followers spread a false rumor that so-called “Antifa” activists were setting fires in Oregon causing an influx of 911 calls and diverting resources from the fire-lines. Q-Anon has also become a source of dangerous coronavirus conspiracies that are putting people in jeopardy on a daily basis. Montel Williams video.