We don't have time to go into all the absolutely insane things that QAnon adherents believe, but suffice it to say, it's a social media "movement" that preys on the under-educated, the ill-informed, and the chronically unemployed who are bored enough to get sucked into its insanity.
Q believers think that they're fighting alongside Donald Trump against a shadowy cabal of satanic pedophiles who have been secretly running the world for centuries.
Needless to say, it's easier to believe that sort of thing if your brain has been rewired by many years of hard drug use, so it should come as no surprise that Jenelle Evans is the latest Q recruit.
Yes, as you may have heard, Jenelle's makeup company went bust amid accusations that she's been selling moldy products.
Her TikTok videos have become an internet-wide laughingstock, and her efforts to "prove" her husband isn't racist have fallen flat following David Eason's latest white supremacist rant.
Jenelle's not about to get a real job or start spending quality time with her children, and the drug money isn't so easy to come by these days.
So she needs a new project -- and it seems QAnon obsession is currently filling the gaping void in her life.
These days, Q loonies mostly spend their time hijacking legitimate humanitarian campaigns, such as the Save the Children movement, and threatening to "expose" their enemies as child-trafficking Epsten besties.
So it should come as no surprise that Jenelle has been spending her ample free time posting pics like the one above and promising to call out the people who fired her from Teen Mom 2.
"A lot of you have been messaging me saying, 'you probably have been through so much, from being on MTV and fighting for your kids over and over again for so many years' and you're right, I have," Evans said in her latest Instagram Story.
"So I'm going to put together a six episode series for my YouTube page... I'm putting it together, I'm going to be producer, director and editor for this and it's going to expose a lot of people."
From there, Jenelle promised a major departure from her usual comments, claiming that her that her new work would be "interesting and insightful."
"I'm not going to say what it's specifically going to be about but you guys are going to like it, it's going to be very interesting and very insightful," she added.
"Thanks everyone for the support!" Jenelle concluded.
Jenelle turned off comments on all her #SaveTheChildren posts, but elsewhere on social media, folks were quick to point out that she should probably start by protecting her own kids.
After all, just last week, David avoided jail time for yet another violent crime, and like his past gun-wielding tirades, this latest episode was once again witnessed by Jenelle's kids.
Fortunately, Evans offered a rational, well-reasoned argument for everyone who's concerned that her children are being irreparably damaged by living with a violent psychopath.
Just kidding, she threw one of her signature temper tantrums on Twitter:
"For the haters, you can say what you want but I protect my babies with everything in my heart," Evans tweeted.
"My children are happy and healthy and LOVE DAVID no matter WHAT YOU SAY."
In case you somehow missed the point, Jenelle added "f--k your opinion."
Yes, whether you think Jenelle should wear a mask in Wal-Mart or take steps to protect her kids from the unhinged, violent maniac she lives with, you can cram that opinion where the sun don't shine, because Ms. Evans has more important things to worry about ... like saving the children
Mind you she's not concerned with saving the children she lives with from the very real threat inside their home.
No, she's more worried about saving some children she read about on the internet from a threat that involves Hillary Clinton and pizza.
It doesn't make sense to us either, but fortunately, Jenelle is about to explain the whole thing in her six-part YouTube series.
So you better get your kicks while you can, Joe Biden, because they don't allow ice cream and aviator sunglasses in pedo-jail!