Harmon apologized for the video, a parody of Dexter, in 2018. But the video has resurfaced on Twitter over the past day, particularly among followers of the sprawling right-wing conspiracy theory QAnon. They are using the hashtag #CancelRickandMorty along with other hashtags popular among QAnon followers such as #SaveTheChildren and #Pizzagate. "For the uninitiated, QAnon is a sprawling conspiracy theory that has quickly gained steam since the last months of 2017," explains Chris Lindahl. "Its core tenets center around the belief in a global cabal of elite pedophiles who rule the world, among them Hillary Clinton and Hollywood notables. They believe that President Donald Trump is working to expose the doings of this group. While QAnon has many dedicated adherents, it’s likely that many people posting the Harmon video alongside #SaveTheChildren are unaware they are boosting one of the movement’s hashtags. As the Times reported, prominent mommy bloggers and fitness influencers have begun posting anti-trafficking memes with the hashtag."