John McAfee’s Mysterious Instagram Post After His Death Sparks Conspiracy Theory
Call it a conspiracy theory if you want, it’s really not even a conspiracy, it’s just a theory right now based on some unusual activity.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but typically, dead men don’t post on their social media accounts after they die. Maybe I’m wrong though.
But we heard what happened to McAfee. He has supposedly committed suicide despite him saying that if we ever hear of him committing suicide, that we shouldn’t believe it.
After his death,
An Instagram account belonging to cybersecurity entrepreneur John McAfee posted a plain image of the letter “Q”, an apparent reference to the “QAnon” conspiracy theory, on Wednesday minutes after it was reported by multiple news organizations that Mr McAfee had been found dead by apparent suicide in his Spanish prison cell.
The post, which depicts a black, capital-letter “Q” on a white background, went up less than a half hour after English-language news services began reporting Mr McAfee’s death.
Back in 2019, he claimed to have a dead man’s switch that would trigger if something happened to him. “I’ve collected files on corruption in governments. For the first time, I’m naming names and specifics. I’ll begin with a corrupt CIA agent and two Bahamian officials. Coming today. If I’m arrested or disappear, 31+ terabytes of incriminating data will be released to the press,” McAfee tweeted.
One QAnon follower said this week, “There is the possibly a Key code to a dead mans switch. A file that has damning evidence against the deep state, that is to be unlocked at the time of his death. We will see if this pans out. Only time will tell.”
As of now, the information hasn’t been released, if there is information, which I honestly don’t doubt. A man with that much money and power is sure to know some things about other powerful people. I think soon we’ll know if it’s all fake, or if he’s really dead, or if he managed to escape prison.
Who knows…maybe he’s hanging out with Jeffrey Epstein somewhere.