Fox News host Tucker Carlson once again delighted QAnon supporters by hinting that recent revelations about Microsoft CEO Bill Gates’ relationship with Jeffrey Epstein are somehow proof that QAnon conspiracy theories about a group of elites running a child sex-trafficking ring are true. In a brief clip flagging an upcoming segment about the recent revelations, Carlson appeared to speak directly to his QAnon audience when he mocked those who claimed QAnon was a conspiracy theory. But that didn’t stop Carlson from making the insinuation, and the QAnon followers who watch him were overjoyed by his comments. Many QAnon followers expressed their delight at seeing their beliefs validated by the host of the highest-rated program in U.S. cable news history. Then, in March, he referred to QAnon followers as “gentle people waving American flags.”Oddly, between those two segments, in February, Carlson made the ridiculous claim that he and his team of researchers could find no reference to QAnon online.