Trump's DC Hotel Raises Prices Ahead Of QAnon Conspiracy Date

They think Donald Trump is still getting inaugurated.
Trump's DC Hotel Raises Prices Ahead Of QAnon Conspiracy Date

QAnon followers still believe Donald Trump will be sworn in for his second term of office nearly three weeks after his time as president ended and Joe Biden took over.

They are confident the day is coming in early March, which is why the Trump hotel in DC decided to raise the price of room rentals, with some rooms costing nearly triple the normal amount.

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$1,331 Rental per night for March 3 and 4

A room rental at the DC Trump hotel normally runs anywhere between $476 to $596 per night, but those looking to book a room for March 3 and 4 will be paying in the thousands. 

The date March 4 is supposedly being looked forward to by QAnon supporters, according to VICE and other U.S. outlets, as it is the day they believe Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 19th President of the United States.

No, the 19 is not a typo, but it's actually a part of a deep conspiracy theory that claims the United States has not been a country, but rather a corporation owned by London since 1871.

This means Trump would be following the 18th President, Ulysses S. Grant. 

Forbes reports no other DC luxury hotel has hiked prices as of Monday, February 8.

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