QAnon cultists remain fixated on this 1985 song as they await JFK Jr’s return

Members of the QAnon cult continue to focus on a 1985 song co-written by Michael Jackson as they say they await the return of John F. Kennedy Jr. to battle what they believe is a global cabal of cannibalistic pedophiles running the world.

Conspiracy theorists gathered in Dallas starting Nov. 15 to await the return of the slain president's son who was killed in a 1999 plane crash. Some thought he would be joined by his father, who was assassinated in 1963.

As they waited, they sang, "We Are the World," co-written by Jackson and Lionel Richie, a charity single raised money for African people stricken by famine and was one of the best-selling singles of all time.

On Monday, QAnon supporters continued to wait for the return of JFK Jr. and once again used the song.

"There's a choice we're making, we're saving our own lives," they sang. "It's true we'll make a better day, just you and me."