The Q-Anon Bullet is a logo that includes the Q-Anon logo and a spade. Some people have mistakenly called this the Queen of Spades Anon, which it is NOT. The spade is supposed to be an Ace of Spades (also referred to as the "death card" or the "Bullet").

Q-Anon Bullet is worn by someone considered elite in the Q-Anon movement. It is for doing something above and beyond the average supporter. It does NOT necessarily mean that the person did something illegal, but MOST LIKELY it was done "off the books."

It does NOT mean a Q-Anon member who is attracted sexually to black men.

By bearing a close resemblance and possibly being mistaken for the Queen of Spades, or showing their affiliation with Q-Anon, the person wearing the symbol is going to be someone who can hold their own and not to be messed with. Many times these people have elite backgrounds in law enforcement, military, intelligence services, militias, fire fighters, EMS, etc. They can also be ordinary people who have done extraordinary feats.

It may be displayed as a piece of jewelry, a (bumper) sticker, a tattoo, or in some other manner. Its main purpose is to identify the person as an elite member to other Q-Anon members. If the elite act was carried out by a team of people, all the members may get the same display (jewelry, tattoo, etc.) as a commemorative of the "mission" they carried out.

This is NOT a symbol of racism, insurrection, etc., just as the Black Lives Matter (fist) logo is not any of these either.
The Q-Anon Bullet he wore around his neck on a chain told me that he was more than just a supporter; he has "gotten his hands dirty" and you don't want to mess with him.
by Arch Bagger January 18, 2021
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