QAnon supporters gather in Texas awaiting an appearance from John F. Kennedy Jr.

John F. Kennedy's son died in 1999

By Bob Brigham

Published November 3, 2021 12:03AM (EDT)

A man holds a large "Q" sign while waiting in line on to see President Donald J. Trump at a 2018 rally in Pennsylvania. (Getty Images)
A man holds a large "Q" sign while waiting in line on to see President Donald J. Trump at a 2018 rally in Pennsylvania. (Getty Images)

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QAnon supporters gathered in Dallas on Tuesday in the hopes that John F. Kennedy, Jr. would make major revelations.

"QAnon supporters are gathering for an event in Texas on Tuesday at which they falsely believe JFK junior will reveal he is not dead and announce a 2024 presidential run with Donald Trump, the former president," the Independent reports.

The son of America's 35th president died in 1999.

Journalist Steven Monacelli posted a video of members of the crowd chanting a euphemism for "f*ck Joe Biden" while holding a Trump-Kennedy QAnon banner. Although, the banner is from 2020, showing yet another "prophecy" that did not occur.


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