Major QAnon influencer Ron Watkins compared himself to civil rights icon Rosa Parks during a convention hosted by conspiracy theorists in Nevada.
Watkins, who has been sued of being behind the QAnon conspiracy, gave his speech on Saturday at the For God & Country: Patriot Double Down in Las Vegas.
During his speech, Watkins took aim at the cancel culture and efforts by big tech companies, such as Facebook, to remove QAnon and other conspiracy theorist accounts.
Watkins also compared himself to Parks, who is best known for her refusal to give up her seat for a white passenger on a racially segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955.
Speaking to the audience, Watkins said: “We are living now through a modern digital civil rights movement and you could call me the new Rosa Parks, ” Watkins said, before being interrupted by applause.
“I’ve been out there [online], getting canceled left and right over the past few years.
“And you might say, ‘Oh, why is Ron the new digital Rosa Parks?’ Well, I want to get on the bus. I want to get on the Twitter
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