The Michigan attorney wore a ‘Q’ button to a meeting to review the election

Lansing – Representative of Michigan. Daire Rendon, a Republican from Lake City, wore a button to a meeting outside Capitol Tuesday which had an American flag with a gold “Q” on it, a letter that became a symbol of the right-wing movement movement doctrine.

Asked if the button belonged to the QAnon group, Rendon, chairman of the House Insurance Board, replied, “That’s the flag with Q on it.” If that is what “Q” says, he replied, “The ‘Q’ is the highest security in the federal government. … That’s right.”

Rendon appeared to reject the button that was targeting QAnon, which is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a “web of right-wing internet conspiracy theorists” who “falsely claim that the world is run by a secret cabal of Satan worshipers. And are planning to attack” former President Donald Trump.

The “Q” in QAnon also refers to the “Q level approval,” the highest-secret clearance level within the US Department of Energy, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

State Rep. Money Manoogian, a Democrat from Birmingham, said on Twitter that Rendon once wore a button.

“The first time I saw him dressed under the House I was shocked,” Manoogian sent.

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