The post seems to have been deleted and replaced with a new, similar post without the image of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office Agent who had the patch. Tweeten thank law enforcement officials for their help during Pence’s visit to Florida on Friday.
“Thank you for the courageous members of law enforcement who helped me with my visit to Florida this afternoon. Thank you for everything you do to help our communities SAFE. Good to meet you!” The new tweet reads.
Broward Sheriff’s Office Official Information Officer Veda Coleman-Wright said the county administrative office was going to deal with the situation “immediately”.
“We obviously were not aware of that,” said Coleman-Wright. “The patch is not approved by BSO. This issue will be processed immediately.”
Pence Office did not respond immediately to CNN’s request for comment.
QAnon is a pro-president of Donald Trump’s deep-rooted conspiracy theory, containing everything from “Pizzagate” to “false flag” massacre to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. For example, it has argued that Trump is not investigated by the Special Council Robert Mueller but instead works with him to go for leading democrats and other political figures, which advocates of the theory explain are involved in pedophiles. It has been described as an “opposite” to the real reality of Trump’s presidency.
QAnon supporters got public attention when many appeared at a Trump rally in Florida in July. Some outstanding conservative celebrities, such as Roseanne Barr and former baseball player Curt Schilling, have tweeted about the conspiracy theory.