December 8, 2021

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Video – In Dallas, John F. QAnon supporters are waiting for the return of Kennedy’s late son

Even experts on the movement in the American media were shocked by the crowd that attended. In 1963, US President John F. Hundreds of followers of the QAnon plot group gathered Tuesday afternoon in Dallas, near the site of Kennedy’s assassination. According to information posted on social media for several weeks, his son John F. Kennedy Jr. is set to reappear on Tuesday, 22 years after he died in a 1999 plane crash.

To some proponents of the QAnon conspiracy theory, he may not actually be dead, but hidden. According to the rumored essay, QAnon supporter wrote the account, John F. The return of Kennedy Jr. aims to reinstate Donald Trump as president.

QAnon conspiracy theory is really centered on loyalty to Donald Trump. His supporters believe he should eliminate an ambiguous “deep position” in which a variety of individuals, including left-wing politicians and celebrities, have been accused of being pedophiles.

Some of the followers described as “sectarian” were in line for the Capitol uprising on January 6th. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has repeatedly warned of the dangers of pro-QAnon violence.

Surprisingly, John F. Kennedy Jr. did not appear Tuesday. After waiting for a few hours on the hillside by the roadside the crowd gradually dispersed in the rain.

According to the American press Forbes, Some of the supporters there felt that the weather had prevented the miracle. Others believed it would continue, with great fanfare at the Rolling Stones concert scheduled for that night in Dallas.

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