Chaos as ‘dips***’ QAnon conspiracy theorists gather to witness ‘resurrection’ of JFK Jr

Hillary Clinton appears to call Trump 'nasty, narcissistic, heedless’

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Bizarre footage from the scenes show thousands of QAnon conspiracy theorists along Dealey Plaza, downtown Dallas and outside the AT&T Discovery Plaza chanting campaign slogans claiming the baseless theory that John F. Kennedy Jr., who died in 1999, faked his death and is ‘returning’ to run with Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential campaign.

Amid the bizarre scenes, theorists can also be seen sporting ‘Trump/JFK Jr’ campaign t-shirts.

Footage also shows QAnon believers accusing local reporters of “fake news” and telling them to leave the area.

Steven Monacelli, a journalist for Byline Times and US publication The Daily Beast, Tweeted: “A popular QAnon theory recently is that JFK Jr of the Kennedy family will be making a big announcement at Dealey Plaza by the grassy knoll sometime tomorrow [Wednesday]”.

JFK Jr, who was a lawyer, died along with his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren when the plane he was flying crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Massachusetts, USA.

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Despite the baselessness of the claims by the group, a theory has emerged in online chat forums suggesting that JFK’s plane accident was fabricated in order to fake his death.

They falsley claim he will then that be resurrected at a Rolling Stones concert on Wednesday.

A viral video circulating amongst devotees even claims to show a middle-aged man that some QAnon theorists claim is JFK Jr.

The scenes sparked a combination of shock, intrigue and sheer astonishment online as observers have taken to Twitter to share their feelings at the scenes.

<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>QAnon people in Dallas who have been waiting all morning for JFK Jr. to make his miraculous appearance are calling local reporters “Fake News.” <a href=”https://t.co/mjRZAUbblU”>pic.twitter.com/mjRZAUbblU</a></p>&mdash; Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) <a href=”https://twitter.com/RonFilipkowski/status/1455601148103204864?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>November 2, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” charset=”utf-8″></script>

Hillary Clinton appears to call Trump 'nasty, narcissistic, heedless’

American comedian Chip Franklin tweeted: “Who else thinks these people need help?”

While podcast host Sawyer Hackett tweeted: “This is where we are as a country… Deeply disturbing.”

But Jeff Tiedrich, an American political activist, chose to see the funny side of the protests.

He tweeted: “JFK Jr. is so f****** embarrassed by these QAnon dipshits that he’s decided to stay dead for now.”

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QAnon is a wide-ranging conspiracy theory based on factually incorrect information that Mr Trump is waging a secret war against elite Satan-worshipping paedophiles in government, business and the media.

Many of it’s devotees support Donald Trump and were involved in the January 6 US Capitol insurrection, which resulted in the death of five people.

The former President has not publically endorsed the conspriacy theory or the group but described QAnon believers as patriots.

It is believed the conspiracy sprung up in October 2017 on the 4chan forum within a chatroom titled “Calm Before the Storm” and written by a user going by the name “Q Clearance Patriot”.

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