A group of QAnon followers were left disappointed when JFK, who’s dead, did not appear at their gathering… Yeah, bear with me on this one, ladies and gentlemen.
Hundreds of QAnon supporters gathered in Texas yesterday with the belief that JFK Jr. would return.
It was also reported that the masses in attendance also believed that when he did return, he would announce a 2024 presidential run with the former president, Donald Trump.
Supporters, who traveled from around the country, gathered at the Dealey Plaza, where JFK was assassinated in 1963, while waiting for the return to take place.
But when it didn’t, they remained hopeful as some suggested that they would appear at a Rolling Stones concert taking place in the city later that day, Indy 100 reports.
The return comes as some QAnon supporters believe the theory that JFK Jr. will return despite dying in a plane crash in 1999.
JFK Jr. died, along with his wife Carolyn and his sister-in-law, Lauren Bessette, in a plane that fell into the Atlantic Ocean. However some supporters are said to believe that the plane accident was simply a cover to fake his death, hence why they think he’s randomly going to return on a late Tuesday in November 2021.
Will Sommer, an observer of the conspiracy theory, told the Independent he estimates that about twenty percent of QAnon followers believe in the return of JFK Jr.
He also told the outlet: “QAnon itself is obviously pretty dangerous. It’s hard to say whether the people who believe the JFK Jr [conspiracy] are more dangerous than the QAnon people who don’t.”
As the time of JFK’s assassination approached, crowd gathered began chanting “God Bless America.”
But when nothing happened, they started to disappear… Just like my faith in humanity.