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“You got the prospects comin’ in; you think they came in to get out of the rain? Guy doesn’t walk on the lot unless he wants to buy.”

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Apparently we’re already at the point in the Trump post-presidency when he just goes in and robs everyone blind and goes to Mar-A-Lago cause nobody ever thought of this before:

Things have looked sleepy at Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., since January 6, when the lobby was packed with insurrectionist guests after the Capitol riot. But judging by room prices, the hotel is expecting another rush. As first reported by Forbes, rates for March 4 have skyrocketed to $1,745 for a “QQ” room (that’s two queen beds, not a QAnon reference), while the same room a week later is $745, according to the hotel’s website. Surges in hotel pricing are common around big events, but what’s happening on March 4? That’s the last big grift of the Trump presidency — that is, for those who still think there is a Trump presidency.

QAnon conspiracy theorists believe that’s the date Trump will be inaugurated as the 19th president of the United States. The particulars of this deranged theory — which took off in QAnon forums after Joe Biden’s inauguration — are beyond nonsensical. The gist is that in 1871, the United States was secretly turned into a corporation (listen, this is coming from a group that believes lizard people control the world), and thus Ulysses S. Grant, who was also inaugurated on March 4, was the last legitimate president. Rooms at other hotels in D.C. over the same time period are not showing abnormal rates, suggesting that the price surge at the Trump Hotel may be driven by a very particular group of prospective guests.

The QAnon leads are for closers.

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