I identified 14 sites that store “official” drops by Q made in an easy-to-read format. These sites typically allow users to view each “official” Q drop in succession. Many of the other sites in my list point directly to these sites when they want to reference Q.
4) Foreign Language/non-US QAnon Websites
Despite QAnon being a US based theory, there are a variety of QAnon groups abroad (Karlssson 2020). In my search, I found 33 non-US focused QAnon sites. Germany has the most QAnon sites after the US, with 11 of these sites targeted at a German audience. Other countries with QAnon sites include Japan (4 websites), Sweden (1 website), the UK (3 websites), France (7 websites), the Netherlands (2 websites), Australia (1 website), and Canada (1 website). I further found 2 different Spanish language QAnon sites. Probably somewhat more chilling was a site that translated all of Q’s official messages into English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.
5) Personal Blogs and Alternative "News" Sites
This category contains the vast majority of the QAnon websites that I found. A lot of different people seem to have been sucked into the QAnon universe and have taken to blogging about it. In all, I found 173 QAnon sites that fit in this category. These sites range in their devotion to QAnon, with some merely espousing support of the theory to others creating QAnon trading cards, and finally to others that give marching orders to real world QAnon followers. All these sites though market and drive the QAnon conspiracy discussions. They appear to be where QAnon followers seek to espouse their views outside of popular social media platforms (and thus are useful for study). For example, a direct quotation from Jan 6 on one of the most popular of these sites is as follows:
“I hereby call for the immediate arrest of Michael Richard Pence, 48th Vice President of the United States, for Treason.
Patriots- you are all in DC today for a reason.
Make it count.
(And maybe now this all helps explain why Pence got an envelope, too)”
This particular website was at one point in January the 3000th most popular website on the Internet (according to the Amazon Alexa Top 1M List).