Over a month ago, I posted about the QAnon subsect that descended upon Dallas for the imminent (HA) arrival of JFK père et fils, who would announce that Trump is being reinstated as president with JFK Jr as his vice president. Well, the group is still out there, and Twitter user 2021 Karma has been doing a yeowoman's job of covering the madness in detail from her Australia base of operations. Yesterday, she made an ominous revelation about something she'd heard on a group chat:
Generally speaking, it's not good when straight-up cult members announce making big plans for crashing a large gathering. They even announced that they would be wearing matching outfits, like the Heaven's Gate cult members did for their mass suicide. It was a relief to find out that the 'splash' they were planning on turned out to be matching masks to use at the parade, though this should do little to allay one's apprehension. The masks depict JFK, rendered all-but-unrecognizable with the additions of a MAGA hat and cartoon sunglasses:
Apparently -48 and his group will be attending a Christmas Parade in Dallas tomorrow.— 2021 Karma (@2021_Karma) December 3, 2021
One of his inner circle just said they have organized something “Special” and they’re planning to make a big “Splash” with it.
Here is a closer picture of the mask they will be wearing apparently. Following the parade they will be attending a party at the Plaza. pic.twitter.com/ofP0LcwH4w— 2021 Karma (@2021_Karma) December 4, 2021
They hooted and hollered for a while, and their leader railed against 'sheepnesia' (you read that right), but declined to jump the barriers and join in the parade. The fact that this didn't escalate into something more disturbing is a relief, as disgusting as this whole phenomenon is. Twitter user Hot Tub Twin also has some great coverage of this event, complete with some information about financial hanky-panky and infighting.
The hosts of the QAnon Anonymous podcast posted an outstanding episode this week covering this gathering, with commentary by 2021 Karma and Dallas-based journalist Steven Monacelli. The highlight of the episode, though, is an interview with a woman whose sister has fallen prey to this cult, and is gallivanting with them around Dallas.
Today, nothing of note really happened, but I can't escape the feeling that this group is headed for a bad end, even beyond the exploitation that has already occurred.