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QAnon Believer Skeptical of r/WallStreetBets Ladder Attack Theory

DORAL, Fla. — Reddit user and outspoken QAnon supporter Jason Reeves decided it was time to quit the popular online forum r/WallStreetBets after watching his peers become radicalized by a fringe conspiracy theory — referred to as a ‘short ladder attack’ — that blames recent meme stock losses on a secret cabal of short-selling hedge fund managers.

“These people are completely disconnected from reality. I mean, can someone please explain to me how a few over-leveraged short sellers are able to manipulate the dynamics of the entire market when George Soros doesn’t even have skin in the game?” said Reeves. “I just hope that once President Trump and JFK Jr. are done rounding up all the satanic pedophiles, they open an investigation into this deranged conspiracy cult.”

Prominent members of the r/WallStreetBets community have been united in their rejection of Fuller’s skeptical critique.

“Of course this QAnon boomer doesn’t get it — dude is probably still waiting for a Wikileaks dump of Hillary Clinton’s favorite stock picks of 2013,” said r/WallStreetBets member Max Tillman. “These short ladder attacks are being carried out in plain sight. Take GameStop — do you think it’s just a coincidence that on the day before the company announces the suspicious departure of their CFO — a Mr. Jim ‘Bell’ — from their headquarters in ‘Grapevine’, the last trade before the close is priced at exactly $46.00, which is 2 plus 23 plus 21 — or February 23rd, 2021, the day of the freaking announcement! C’mon sheeple, follow the breadcrumbs!”

As of press time, moderators of the r/WallStreetBets forum are reportedly organizing a rally in New York to coincide with the date that the Koss Corporation is prophesied to join the S&P 500.