Exactly a year before Thursday’s press conference, Powell appeared on a QAnon YouTube show where she praised the host’s support for her other client, former national security advisor Michael Flynn, as “huge and extremely helpful.”

The appearance on the YouTube show was not the first time Powell had publicly backed QAnon — the baseless conspiracy theory that claims Donald Trump is secretly battling the deep state while trying to uncover a cannibalistic Satanic child sex trafficking network operated by Democrats and the Hollywood elite.

She has retweeted major QAnon accounts, including that of Tracey Diaz, identified by NBC as one of the three people who helped take QAnon from the obscure 4chan message board to a more mainstream audience.

She has also tweeted “#TheStormIsComing” and “#TheStorm,” phrases regularly used by QAnon supporters.