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QAnon Believers Really Hope Trump Picks JFK Jr. As His VP In 2024—And We've Got Some Bad News

QAnon Believers Really Hope Trump Picks JFK Jr. As His VP In 2024—And We've Got Some Bad News
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Just when you thought the QAnon types couldn't get any weirder...

The latest development—among people who believe the world is run by a cabal of Satan-worshipping, child-eating, pedophile half-lizards led by Hillary Clinton which former Republican President Donald Trump is working behind the scenes to eradicate—is truly bizarre even by QAnon standards.

They think Trump will choose John F. Kennedy Jr. as his 2024 running mate.

Yes, that John F. Kennedy Jr.—the one who's been dead for 22 years and who definitely did not rise from the dead and appear at the gathering QAnon'ers organized in Dallas last November to greet his reanimated corpse.

Oh, and who also comes from arguably the most established Democratic dynasty in United States history.

One wonders just how many QAnon prophecies have to fail before these people come back to reality since "completely illogical" or "utterly impossible" are not deterrents.

But what is certain is there have not yet been enough because the idea of JFK Jr. being VPOTUS was all the rage at Trump's recent rally in Arizona.

According to a Politico report on Trump's rally—which was held this past Saturday in the city of Florence, Arizona—many of Trump's QAnon-inclined followers were unfazed by the fact JFK. Jr. never showed up back in November at Dealey Plaza, the site where his father—Democratic President John F Kennedy—was assassinated in 1963.

That's because they now believed he would reveal himself on Monday.

As an attendee told Politico:

“I don’t want to sound too much like a conspiracy theorist but he’s coming back. He’s supposed to reveal himself on the 17th if he’s truly alive. I think we’ll see him.”

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No word on how that attendee is feeling now JFK Jr. has still not "revealed himself" as of this writing, two days post-January 17.

On Twitter, people couldn't help but laugh at the depths of Trump's supporters' delusions.









But others were downright horrified.



It wasn't just absurd JFK Jr. theories being bandied about Trump's rally.

Politico also spoke to attendees who thought the January 6 insurrection was a staged false flag operation and, of course, the 2020 election was stolen from a President who failed to get an approval rating above 50% in four years.

Looks like it's going to be a long couple years.