Earlier this month, hundreds of supporters of the QAnon conspiracies arrived in Dallas, Texas, at the sight of President John F. Kennedy’s 1963 assassination. They gathered anticipating the return of the late John F. Kennedy Jr., who they believe faked his death with his wife and sister-in-law in a 1999 plane crash.
Two weeks later, hundreds of QAnon supporters are still milling about near the grassy knoll in Dallas, awaiting the arrival of a man who’s been dead for 22 years. The group believes that JFK Jr. faked his death to avoid being assassinated by an evil cabal of Satanic Democratic/Hollywood pedophiles.
According to Vice, supporters arrived at the Dealey Plaza on Nov. 1 at the behest of conspiracy theorist Michael Brian Protzman, better known as Negative48. Protzman has roughly 100,000 followers on the platform Telegram.
However, not everyone within the QAnon community agrees with Protzman’s predictions. One QAnon influencer, QAnon John, said that Protzman made their “entire movement look unbelievably dumb.”
Tom McKay of Gizmodo explained what happened when JFK Jr. failed to resurface on Nov. 1.
“When JFK Jr. failed to return from the grave for the Nov. 1 rally, Protzman led the crowd to a Rolling Stones concert in Dallas, where he claimed that various band members had been replaced by Michael Jackson, JFK Jr., and Prince in disguise, with one backup singer actually being the late R&B singer Aaliyah,” McKay wrote.
According to the outlet, some of Protzman’s Telegram followers are considering “founding a permanent compound in or near Dallas to await JFK Jr.’s return.”