(ORDO NEWS) — QAnon supporters believed that instead of Trump, a disguised Kennedy spoke at the rally.
QAnon conspiracy theorists in the US did not recognize former US leader Donald Trump, who spoke at a rally in Arizona. Newsweek writes about it.
According to the publication, the ex-president took part in an event in the city of Florence in Arizona last Saturday, January 15.
The politician spoke to his supporters and once again stated that the current head of the White House, Joe Biden, stole his victory in the presidential election in 2020.
At the same time, a number of Americans who watched Trump’s speech doubted that he was really present on stage.
So, after the rally, messages began to circulate on social networks in which netizens identifying themselves as QAnon stated that instead of Trump, his double appeared in the city.
Some have also suggested that John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, who was assassinated in 1963, was actually the protagonist of the rally.
In particular, users noticed that the speaker during his speech made fewer pauses and less inhaled air, and his voice sounded lower than Trump’s. In addition, according to them, the person on the stage in profile allegedly did not look like the ex-president.
In November 2021, hundreds of QAnon supporters took to the streets of American Dallas, waiting for the appearance of the son of the 35th US President John F. Kennedy, who died more than 20 years ago.
They gathered at the site where Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, hoping that his son, John F. Kennedy Jr., would appear there: a number of QAnon supporters believe that he did not die in a plane crash in 1999 and went into hiding all these years.
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