As Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs begs Senate Democrats to quit flopping around and protect future elections, her state could be shaping up to become the next QAnon mob target. On Monday, the FBI released a warning that some QAnon adherents, deprived of new Q posts to pore over and frustrated by Trump’s failure to sail back into office on a wave of promised mass arrests, might be inclined to turn to real-world violence. That warning was echoed in the White House’s Tuesday strategy document on addressing domestic terrorism. The looming end of the chaotic “audit” in Maricopa County is exactly the kind of focal point that could attract that crowd, and if it’s successful in sowing more election doubt, other state-level reviews will be close behind. While a propensity for violence is (hopefully) limited to a smallish community of kooks, the underlying delusion is widespread: A slight majority of Republicans say they believe that the audits will reverse the outcome of the 2020 election, according to a new Morning Consult/Politico poll.