They’re just too far gone

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Break out the Thorazine. Katie, bar the door! These Q-folks (thousands, nay – millions of them) are simply gone. Gone off the deep end. Gone off script.
Gone from these green pastures into the wilderness of insanity.
Gone; never to be retrieved.

As Robert Harrington pointed out in the Palmer Report, those QA- ninnies who awaited JFK, Jr to parade through Dealy are too far gone to reach. Gone beyond logic. Gone beyond all rational thought – in a kind of religious delirium.

Claiming that Donald J. Trump was ‘sent by god’ was, apparently, not hyperbole. To them, Drumpf was/is the savior of civilization!/the white race!/the USA!/the Republic!/The Constitution(!) That they declared Trump as their savior from the ‘plan-demic’, satanic socialism or demon vaccines was NOT a joke. At least not to them. Viewed from a remote vantage point, their shared psychotic vision is both bemusing and astounding.

Consider, for a moment, the time spent planning such an event as that which the true believers of ‘Q-Anon’ expected to witness in Dallas. Each one of the deluded number had to organize transportation, book rooms, provide themselves with food and drink and garb themselves in suitable QAnon/MAGA-land accoutrement. Consider that each had to pony up the money to pay for this excursion. Now, consider that this non-event was staged and attended during a world-wide pandemic that has killed more than 5,000,000. Mind-boggling.

It approaches being ineffable unless one uses the language of psychiatry. It is abundantly clear that those who occupied Dealy Plaza awaiting the return of JFK, Jr to pronounce Donald J. Trump president of the USA or as ‘King of America’, are delusional in the extreme. At the very least, their collective delusion approaches insanity.

If the prescribed scenario had ended with the disappointment of JFK, Jr’s failure to rise from the grave, that would be enough. However, some within the crowd had expected JFK senior to appear as well during a Rolling Stones concert.

(It was even claimed that Stone’s guitarist, Keith Richards, was the reincarnation of the senior Kennedy!)

   

To be clear, John-John perished in 1999. His father, JFK was assassinated in 1963. Yet, there were hundreds who anticipated the Kennedys return to life and bankrolled themselves to witness the miraculous spectacle. This is straight up ‘bonkers’ – to use a technical term.

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