However, the compound has become a fascinating object among covid-19 truthers and followers of QAnon. QAnon is a fringe, baseless theory that a well-informed government agent "Q" leaked top-secret intelligence about the Democratic Party and Hollywood's global cabal of pedophiles through mysterious and grandient messages known as "Q-drops." The influence of this quasi-cult has grown substantially in recent years, in part because of Donald Trump's tacit encouragement. On Tuesday, Marjorie Taylor Greene, a QAnon promoter, won 57 percent of the vote in the Republican primary in Georgia's 14th Congressional District, all but securing her victory in November. "This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to stamp out this global Satan-worshiping pedophile syndicate, and I think we have a chance to do it," Green said in a 2017 video. Trump praised Green's primary victory.
For conspiracy theorists, epinephrine represents a mysterious psychedelic drug used by the global elite in the Satanic rituals of drug mania, derived from torturing children for their oxidized hormonal fears -- a kind of real-life arena from Pixar's Monsters, Inc. "QAnon also likes to say that 'Monsters, Inc.' is Hollywood talking to itself," said Mike Rains, a QAnon researcher, "because episodes that terrorize children to get energy are what they really do."
The most high-profile epinephrine incident came in 2018, when Google CEO Sundar Pichai was questioned by the House Judiciary Committee about a scheme known as the Frazzledrip. (" Ever heard of Frazzledrip?" "Read one comment under the Sisters of Mercy song.) The wild theory involves a mysterious video, purportedly hidden on Anthony Weiner's laptop, that if leaked, Hillary Clinton and her onetime aide Huma Abedin would perform an evil sacrifice, They suck the blood of a child while wearing masks carved from her skin.