A large group of QAnon supporters and believers gathered around at the AT&T Discovery Plaza in Dallas, to welcome JFK Jr., who they believe is alive and faked his death. They gathered around the plaza to hear JFK Jr. announce his return to not just life, but politics as well, as they believe he will run for the 2024 elections, alongside former president, Donald Trump.

Steven Monacelli of the Protean Magazine tweeted a long thread on the development through the day, starting with, “There is currently a large crowd of what appears to be QAnon believers at the AT&T Discovery Plaza in downtown Dallas. 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.”

Supporters in the crowd were wearing election campaign style shirts with “Trump/Kennedy 2024” written on them. Monacelli shared a picture of the said t-shirt captioning it, “Mike Pence gets no love.”

JFK Jr.,  was the son of the 35th U.S. President John F Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. He has been dead for 22 years now, in a plane crash into the Atlantic Ocean along with his wife Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy in 1991. JFK Sr. also died a tragic death as he was assassinated  in 1963.

For those unaware, QAnon is a far-right conspiracy theory movement with now more than just a few people, who believe that former President Donald Trump is trying to unearth and arrest an elite satan-worshipping ring of cannibalistic pedophiles that are present in the government and media. Their motto is “Where We Go One, We Go All” or #WWG1WGA as they use in their social media posts.

The recent JFK Jr. is comparatively new, meanwhile the QAnon movement is several people strong now, with many different conspiracy theories under their wing. Steven Monacelli also did a report earlier for Byline Times, after attending ‘Qonference’ the QAnon themed conference, calling the QAnon movement, “Q Qlux Qlan.” He talked about the severity of the danger this whole movement poses with the Christian Nationalism, calling it ‘Christofacism’.