By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror
Weeks after Republican Congressman Paul Gosar gave a speech to a gathering of white nationalists, he is scheduled to appear on Patriots’ Soapbox, a leading QAnon talk show.
“He has taken a stand against the conservative establishment to support #AmericaFirst and he never wavered,” Radix Verum, host of a show called Digging Deeper on Patriots’ Soapbox, said on the social media site Gab, promoting Gosar’s upcoming appearance. “Let’s show him our support. Let him know you have his back!”
Patriots’ Soapbox is a fringe outlet that broadcasts online 24 hours a day, and that has proliferated QAnon stories for years. It is so tied to the QAnon movement that some speculated its founder, Coleman Rogers — the man behind Pamphlet Anon — could be behind some of the Q posts.
Currently, the site is pushing an unfounded conspiracy theory that a man with a “source in the White House” had knowledge of a plan to track and identify “patriots” using a pandemic as the cover. The associated story contains little to no evidence other than an alleged audio confession and pictures of notes from the individual with alleged knowledge of the conspiracy. The Arizona Mirror could find no credible information or reports to back up any of the claims.