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All of this culminates in the attack on the Capitol, and then Hoback reveals who he thinks Q is, which leads to... nothing. The real question is what have we become when so many embrace such paranoid delusions?
Q: Into the Storm doesn't neglect to connect a movement they insist is heroic at best and harmless at worst with a surge in racist, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic violence and a rekindled rise in neo-Nazism.
Like many multi-episode docuseries, Into the Storm could have completed its journey in less than six hours, but Hoback appears determined not to leave any stones unturned, and given the stakes, it was worth the effort.