Photos: Hillary Clinton Posted A Picture To Instagram With Some Books In Visible – Glass Devils Having SEX Was One Of Them

Hillary Clinton has fueled the QAnon conspiracy theory that she is a Satanist after sharing a photo from her study on social media. On Tuesday, Clinton shared a photo of herself on Instagram about her new podcast, “You and Me Both.” The image shows the former United States Secretary of State seated in front of a laptop wearing headphones and speaking into a microphone.

Erotics’ by Italian glass artist Lucio Bubacco is one of several books seen propping up Clinton’s laptop in the picture, which was posted earlier this week showing her recording her new podcast, ‘You And Me Both’.

Book Features Glass Devils in Erotic Positions

Some QAnon conspiracy theorists noticed that one of the books being used to prop up Clinton’s laptop was one that features glass devils having sex. The book, titled ‘Erotics’ by Italian glass artist Lucio Bubacco, is one of several books placed underneath the Macbook in the photo.

It turns out that the hardcover book was published in 2018 and retails between $50 and $70. The book is described by an online seller to feature biblical and carnivalesque iconography and crystalline incubi, which is plural for a demon in male form who, according to mythological and legendary traditions, lies upon sleeping women in order to engage in sexual activity with them.

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What is the QAnon Conspiracy Theory?

This has further fueled the widespread far-right conspiracy theory that an elite group of Satan-worshipping pedophiles who run the world are involved in a global child sex-trafficking ring and are plotting against President Donald Trump, who is waging a war against them.

QAnon believers have speculated that this fight will lead to a day of reckoning where Hollywood A-listers, leading philanthropists, Jewish financiers, and Democrat politicians such as Clinton will be arrested and executed.

The Q in QAnon is said to refer to an anonymous insider who has secret information about the Trump administration. The conspiracy theory began in 2017 and has since snowballed in popularity around the world.

Well-known figures who have repeated some of QAnon’s claims include actors Roseanne Barr and James Woods, ex-porn star Jenna Jameson and former national security adviser, Mike Flynn.
Roseanne Barr has repeated QAnon’s claims.

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