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Scores of QAnon conspiracy theorists gathered in Dallas on Monday under the delusional belief that John F. Kennedy Jr., who died in 1999 and was hailed as a savior by many in the movement, had somehow succeeded his father. Will return on the anniversary of the assassination—setting itself up for another sloth after weeks of waiting for JFK Jr. to return and the start of a new Trump presidency.

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On the same date in 1963, more than 100 QAnon supporters gathered at Daly Plaza, the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, packing on a bridge across the street where the president was fatally shot, according to one reporter.

QAnon supporters have been gathering in Dallas for weeks, and Monday is the latest in a series of dates marked for the return of JFK Jr.

followers say Why is JFK Jr. himself, a legendary Trump supporter embroiled in a “deep state” who leaks information about the devil-worshipping cabal of the sometimes cannibalistic, pedophile Democrat QAnon followers who rule the world.

Many QAnon believers claim that JFK Jr. did not actually die in a plane crash in 1999, and that his reappearance would signal Trump’s (possibly permanent) return to power.

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