The slogan was initially part of the Save the Children charity, but has been adopted by those who believe in QAnon ideology, a conspiracy theory spread through the internet that believes in a “deep state” and a widespread child sex trafficking ring run by satanic pedophiles and cannibals.
It is based on internet postings by the anonymous “Q,” whom supporters believe is a government insider.
On Aug. 12, Jennings posted on Facebook:
“Y’all know I don’t get on here much and post any more. One, because life has been crazy with work, moving, etc. And two, because I don’t feel the need to live my life through social media. However …
“This #SaveOurChildren movement train I will GLADLY hop on. Blow it up on my page if you feel froggy.”