#BlueAnon is a term to describe libs and their obsession with Russiagate and other conspiracy theories that may be somewhat more credible than the idea we’re ruled by Satanist pedophiles – but not not by all that much relative to the sanity gap between them:
QAnoners tend to say things that are wildly implausible.
Russiagaters tend to say things that are unsubstantiated & highly improbable.
So, yeah: "they're not the same."
But the respectability gap between hardcore Russiagaters & QAnoners is a LOT wider than their sanity gap.
— Alice in overtime 🌿 (@AliceFromQueens) August 16, 2020
(It might have some connection/overlap to #BlueMAGA, a term invented by Chapos/the “dirtbag left” to describe instances of “progressive” bigotry and xenophobia, squealing about Bernie/Corbyn’s “anti-Semitism”, etc.).
Anyhow, #BlueAnon has been deranked from Google:
"Blue Anon": Goolag vs. Yandex, DuckDuckGo
Blue Checks don't want their conspiracy nutters to become objects of scrutiny and mockery. pic.twitter.com/GOrM7RRPvz
— 🇷🇺 ANATꙮLY 🤔 KARLIN (@akarlin88) March 7, 2021
And even banned from the Urban Dictionary, which has definitions for multiple extremely offensive terms whose repetition on Twitter would rapidly lead to my suspension.
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 7, 2021
So it’s not just a respectability gap between Qanon and #BlueAnon.
It’s that representatives of the latter are literally in positions of ultimate social and cultural power, and as per Voltaire, do not intend to allow themselves to be criticized.
Which is fine. Google search doesn’t have ads and works quite well for non-political things.
But it’s another question why sovereign countries outside the Western orbit are obligated to tolerate Google pushing the #BlueAnon agenda on them and undermining the sanctity of their democracies.