Over 100 QAnon believers show up in Dallas waiting for JFK Jr -- who never arrives
A person wears a QAnon sweatshirt during a pro- Donald Trump rally on Oct. 3, 2020, in the borough of Staten Island in New York City. - Stephanie Keith/Getty Images North America/TNS

Over 100 believers in the QAnon conspiracy theory gathered in Dealey Plaza in Dallas on Monday morning in anticipation of the late John F. Kennedy Jr. coming back from the dead and declaring former President Donald Trump to be America's true president.

As reported by the Daily Beast's Will Sommer, the QAnon supporters gathered on the bridge near the plaza in the hopes that JFK Jr. would finally reveal himself to be alive despite the fact that he died in 1999.

Much to their disappointment, however, the late son of former President John Kennedy never arrived, never proclaimed Trump the true president, and never revealed himself as Trump's new vice president.

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WBAP assistant news director Eric Bushman posted some video footage of the QAnon faithful gathered in Dealey Plaza, which is the location where the late President Kennedy was shot in 1963.

Among other things, one supporter drove a red QAnon truck that featured messages painted on the side that included statements such as "Trump won 2020" and "WWG1WGA," which is the abbreviated QAnon slogan, "Where We Go One We Go All."

Watch some video footage of QAnon in Dallas below.

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