QAnon Supporters Pack Site Of JFK Assassination In Hopes JFK Jr. (And Maybe His Dad) Will Return

Nov 22, 2021, 05:22pm

Scores of conspiracy theorists descended on Dallas on Monday under the belief that John F. Kennedy Jr., who died in 1999 and has been hailed as a savior by many in the movement, would somehow return on the anniversary of his father's assassination.

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The site of President John F. Kennedy's assassination was the scene of a large gathering of QAnon supporters.

JFK Jr.'s return has been marked by a series of dates in Dallas, and Monday is the latest in this.

JFK Jr. is Q, a Trump supporter who occasionally leaks information on the cannibalistic, pedophiliac Democrats who rule the world.

JFK Jr. didn't actually die in a plane crash in 1999, and his reemergence will signal Trump's return to power.

The Dallas group of QAnon supporters say it might not be just JFK Jr. coming back. According to reporters in Dallas, Princess Diana, Michael Jackson and Robin Williams will return. According to The Dallas Morning News, some people on the farthest fringe of the movement believe that President Kennedy has been hiding out of the public eye since 1963, and could possibly return at the age of 104. The celebrities will reveal where they are. Some members of the group believed that JFK Jr. was going to come back at a Dallas Rolling Stones concert.

The group of QAnon followers in Dallas are considered to be on the fringes of a wild conspiracy theory, leading to tensions with some other groups of QAnon believers. The Dallas organization has a leader and its own name, Negative 48, which is unusual for a largely ideologic conspiracy theory. Many former followers of the Qanon movement felt betrayed when President Joe Biden took office despite being told that would never happen. It is believed that Biden will only be in office for a short time, and that Trump will still be in control of the country. The supporters of Qanon have set a number of dates for when Trump will take the presidency. When nothing happened, the followers set their sites on March 20 and claimed August 13 as Trump's "reinstatement" day. The QAnon movement has a small but hard-core group of online followers.

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The return of long-dead JFK Jr. will prompt a group of believers to gather in Dallas.

The Dallas Morning News reported that supporters of the Qanon group gathered in downtown Dallas.

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