November 27, 2021

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Dallas | QAnon followers gathered, hoping JFK’s dead son would return

(Washington) John F. Kennedy, who died in a plane crash 22 years ago. Local media reported that followers of the QAnon conspiracy movement gathered in Dallas, Texas on Tuesday in hopes of seeing Kennedy’s son reappear.


At 1 p.m., local time, hundreds of people gathered in Deely Plaza, the center of Dallas, where President John F. Kennedy met in 1963. The newspaper reports that Kennedy was assassinated. Dallas Morning News.

One of the theories propagated by the QAnon Nebula was that of John F. Kennedy, the son of President Kennedy. Kennedy Jr., along with his wife Caroline and his brother-in-law Lauren, died in 1999 when the plane he was flying crashed into the sea off the state. Massachusetts is set to reappear at noon to announce Donald Trump’s return to the presidency of the United States.

A release released Monday on QAnon’s account confirmed that Donald Trump should become “king of kings.”

Alas, the revelation did not happen, and after a few hours, the rain scattered the last supporters of QAnon.

Chris Murphy, a Democratic senator from Connecticut, responded on Twitter that “it is not funny that a huge crowd will gather to see him reappear after the simulated death of JFK Jr.”

This is a very worrying sign of how the political debate has completely deviated from the truth.

Democratic Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy

The US-born QAnon movement in 2017 got its name from the intriguing news released by a specific “Q” who is considered a senior US official close to former US President Donald Trump.

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QAnon Nebula, in particular, is a supporter of the theory that Joe Biden and the Democrats are part of a global satanic and pedophile conspiracy.

Over the years, these theories have convinced more and more Americans that the FBI is monitoring this far-right group, which is considered dangerous. Several QAnon activists were present at the meeting that attacked Capitol on January 6.