QAnon cult leader predicts JFK will return to Dallas—again—this coming weekend
Michael Protzman first predicted JFK would reappear in Downtown Dallas more than 6 months ago. He beckoned followers back to Dallas this week, insisting he had the date right this time.
Houston Chronicle/June 10, 2022
By Michael Murney
More than 200 days after they first gathered in Dallas last November, QAnon cult leader Michael Brian Protzman has once again ordered his followers to return to Dallas this weekend for the true culmination of his prediction that JFK will return to the site of his 1963 assassination.
Protzman told his followers in a livestream early Wednesday morning he’d figured out that JFK would reappear at Dealey Plaza in Downtown Dallas on Saturday, June 11. He claimed former president Donald Trump had spoken to him in code at his last rally, and based on his analysis of Trump’s words, this Saturday was the actual date that the slain Kennedy family scion would return to Dallas.
"He’s gonna keep it not so obvious," Protzman said of Trump’s coded messages to him. "He’s not gonna tell too much all at once. You don’t play your trump cards until the end of the match. So of course he’s got it balanced at the moment, or else people will find out too much too fast."
A prominent QAnon leader, Protzman built his 100,000-plus person following on the social media app Telegram over the course of the pandemic by spreading conspiracies founded on his prediction that JFK would reappear at Dealey Plaza on November 2 of last year. The assassinated former president would then, according to Protzman, reinstate Trump as commander-in-chief and help him in carrying out the persecution of a global cabal of pedophilic, blood-drinking liberal elites that QAnon devotees believe run the world.
At the time of Protzman's first prediction, QAnon followers arrived in droves from around the world to witness its fruition. After the events their leader predicted never came to pass, a core group of Protzman’s followers stayed in the Dallas area to follow his "teachings" —in some cases handing over thousands in life savings, abandoning careers and sacrificing relationships to remain near the site of the predicted resurrection.
In the intervening months, Protzman has led the group through ceremonies in Dealey Plaza and conducted public "classes" on gematria, an alpha-numeric system he believes can uncover truths the government wishes to keep secret.
Experts and researchers have sounded the alarm over the cult’s behavior at several points, including when Protzman allegedly ordered cult members to drink a toxic bleach-like substance from a communal bowl to ward off illness.
According to Protzman’s Telegram channel, his group is set to arrive back in Dallas in the next few days, but did not specify an exact return date.
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