These QAnon loons are even further gone than we thought

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The cuckoo clock is calling, and once again, the dodo birds are answering. I am referring to the flock of QAnon believers, of course. It’s a given that many of the Q folks are insane. However, what is quite concerning is the level of insanity — because with every passing week, it appears to be rising.

Many members of QAnon seem to be busily booking plane tickets — to Dallas Texas. Why? Because once again, they have fallen down the rabbit hole. Many in Q are convinced that President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated in 1963, will be making an appearance there.

This is not the first time Q has believed this. But this time, there is a new wrinkle to the insanity. A QAnon influencer by the name of Michael “negative 48” Protzman has promised Q that this time it’ll happen! This time will be different.

And the newest wrinkle? It turns out that President Kennedy, who would be 105 about now, will announce to his spellbound audience that he s the reincarnation of — Jesus. Jesus Christ.

If this sounds utterly insane to you, that is because it is. And apparently, some of the families of this man’s followers are quite upset that their loved ones keep believing the lies.

It would be utterly ridiculous to try to have a rational conversation with these people because the topic itself is irrational.

Perhaps they really will fly to Dallas, which appears to be the place where everything bizarre happens — or doesn’t happen. I can also confirm that as someone who lived in Dallas I never did spot either President Kennedy or Jesus.


It is sad. And what is worse is that when Kennedy — aka — Jesus never shows up — many of the eager people there will no doubt find a perfectly acceptable reason WHY he didn’t show up. However, the fact that they might have been duped will likely not be one of those reasons.

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