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QAnon supporters believe the late president's son will run for Trump - VG

QAnon supporters believe the late president’s son will run for Trump – VG

Killed in a Plane Crash: John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette on their way to dinner at the White House in 1998. The following year, they died in a plane crash.

Conspiracy theorists in the QAnon movement claim that the late John F. Kennedy, Jr. is still alive.

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Hundreds of members of the cult-like movement QAnon gathered Tuesday in Dallas, Texas, awaiting an announcement from former President John F. Kennedy Jr.’s son, writes. Dallas Morning News.

They have to wait a long time – then JFK Jr. died in a tragic plane crash With his wife and sister for 22 years.

Qunun is dominated by American right-wing extremists and is known for conspiracy theories.

Trump Won: This is a QAnon supporter who was still convinced in June 2021 that Trump won the 2020 presidential election.

Believe in a joint electoral campaign

Pictures from social media show how QAnon fans gathered at the AT&T Discovery Plaza cellphone store in downtown Dallas, writes independent.

Many of them wear campaign-style “Trump/JFK” T-shirts that show they are Trump supporters – also supporting the late JFK.

According to freelance journalist Stephen Monacelli, who reported on the group, a popular QAnon theory is “that JFK Jr. will make a major announcement at the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza tomorrow.”

NEWSWEEK For his part, he wrote that QAnon conspiracy theorists are convinced that John F. Kennedy Jr. He’s been in hiding for decades and will be named vice president when Trump is reelected president.

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A meeting place full of icons

The choice of assembly location is not random for QAnon:

Attorney, journalist and magazine publisher John F. Kennedy Jr. He was the son of former President John F. Kennedy who was shot and killed in an assassination attempt at Dealey Plaza in Dallas on November 22, 1963.

John F. Kennedy Jr. died himself. In an accident on July 16, 1999 when the plane he was driving crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Massachusetts. His wife, Caroline Bessette Kennedy, and her sister, Lauren, also died in the accident.

JFK, Jr. belongs to the prominent Kennedy family, often referred to as the Kennedy clan, which has dominated American politics since John F. Fitzgerald (1863–1950) was mayor of Boston in the early 20th century.

Shortly before the accident: John F. Kennedy, Jr. And his wife, Carolyn Bessette, leaving the White House Correspondent’s Annual Dinner in May 1999. Two months later, they lost their lives.

He claims that JFK Jr. liver

The most ardent QAnon faithful seem to think that JFK Jr. He lives in the best conditions, and he plans a life in politics.

So they think JFK Jr. He will announce that he will run for Vice President Trump.

Donald Trump has not yet announced that he will run for president in 2024. Among QAnon’s supporters, he is the favorite to win if he chooses to run.

The theory that has recently emerged is that JFK’s plane crash was a hoax to fake his death, and that he would rise again.

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A viral video was said to show a middle-aged man some QAnon supporters claim to be JFK Jr. Self.

Secret war theory

Another conspiracy theory from QAnon claims that Trump is waging a covert war against the devil-worshipper elites who have pedophilia in government, businesses, and the media.

Many QAnon members still support Trump, who they believe is the legitimate president of the United States. Many also participated in the congressional attack on Capitol Hill in the US state on January 6, which killed five people.

Donald Trump described the attackers in Congress as “people who love our country.” The QAnon plot is believed to have begun in October 2017, with a post on the right-wing chatroom 4chan titled “The Calm Before the Storm,” written by someone who used the name “Q Clearance Patriot.”

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