Just a few days ago, a slew of QAnon followers packed their bags and headed to Dallas in anticipation of John F Kennedy and his son JFK Jr.’s appearance. Of course, neither of them actually showed up due to the fact that they’ve been dead for 58 and 22 years respectively.
Now, QAnon has dusted themselves off from the failed resurgence of JFK and arose with yet another outlandish conspiracy theory: JFK is actually alive and well, but he’s disguised as famous guitarist Keith Richards from The Rolling Stones.
On the same day as the predicted the appearance of JFK and son, the ever-faithful QAnon supporters pivoted after it became clear they did not RSVP to the event and headed to a Rolling Stones concert in the city—the only logical next step obviously.
According to media, numerous accounts were seen across several Telegram channels that claimed that JFK and JFK Jr. would reveal themselves to be alive during Tuesday night’s concert.
While JFK Jr. apparently once again decline the opportunity to do so, QAnon followers excitedly began to share photos from inside the stadium, convinced that Richards was in fact the 35th president of the United States.
On Twitter, a believer wrote, “WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT - JFK SENIOR WAS THERE AND I FEEL HE WAS KEITH RICHARDS.”
WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT - JFK SENIOR WAS THERE AND I FEEL HE WAS KEITH RICHARDS
“So wait. People actually went to Dallas.... Waiting for JFK jr..then went to a Rolling stones concert and then said Keith Richards was JFK Jr in disguise...” wrote one Twitter user about the spectacle.
So wait. People actually went to Dallas.... Waiting for JFK jr..then went to a Rolling stones concert and then said… https://t.co/feHTJBdt8p
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