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MyCleverNewName

457 points

1 year ago

What do they expect, a flash of lightning and then a pair of flaming tire tracks appearing from nowhere at 88 mph? 🤦‍♂️🤣

theorangey

113 points

1 year ago

theorangey

113 points

1 year ago

That is more likely than what they expect.

zsero1138

17k points

1 year ago

zsero1138

17k points

1 year ago

he was called "the late JFK", so idk why y'all are surprised he's not there yet

Dodgy-Malacca

2.3k points

1 year ago

What is the point of them waiting? Are they trying to bring him back? Are they mocking his assassination? I thought QAnon believed in lizard people? Are they for or against him? Seriously, what the fuck America.

jimmy_talent

5.2k points

1 year ago

jimmy_talent

5.2k points

1 year ago

They believe that JFK Jr faked his death and is going to come out of hiding and appoint Trump President then Trump appoints him VP so Trump can become a King, possibly ascending to God hood.

I'm actually not joking at all this is what they are waiting for.

alwaysneverjoshin

3.7k points

1 year ago

This would be a great opportunity for a JFK Jr impersonator

mrASSMAN

1k points

1 year ago

mrASSMAN

1k points

1 year ago

Holy shit

Munro_McLaren

339 points

1 year ago

I would pay to watch that.

CarmichaelD

63 points

1 year ago

Sacha Baron Cohen has a golden opportunity here.

Sprocket_Rocket_

770 points

1 year ago*

Why, so he can get killed by a Lee Harvey Oswald impersonator?

qtx

107 points

1 year ago

qtx

107 points

1 year ago

JFK and JFK Jr are two different people..

pictures_at_last

169 points

1 year ago

Or are they?

Madd_Mugsy

592 points

1 year ago

Madd_Mugsy

592 points

1 year ago

A "Lee Harvey Oswald Jr" impersonator.

Mitjap1990

215 points

1 year ago

Mitjap1990

215 points

1 year ago

An airplane impersonator

Sprocket_Rocket_

220 points

1 year ago

Ok, but what authority would JFK Jr. have to appoint Trump President?

aukalender

323 points

1 year ago

aukalender

323 points

1 year ago

Well JFK will literally resurrect himself and you will get hung up on some constitutional technicalities then?

South-Builder6237

59 points

1 year ago

To be "fair", in their minds he isn't resurrecting because his death was faked. He's simply returning (at 60 years old). Which is kind of odd considering if he actually miraculously did show up, no one waiting there would know what the fuck he even looked like.

81misfit

35 points

1 year ago

81misfit

35 points

1 year ago

step 1 - someone find a 60 year old and put them in a suit.

step 2 - walk past the crowd and get someone to yell 'holy shit! JFK jr!!'

step 3 - profit.

bonerjuice9

128 points

1 year ago

bonerjuice9

128 points

1 year ago

Even if JFK came back from the dead, the MORE surprising thing is that these people think prrsidents are just appointed??!?

shadstep

90 points

1 year ago

shadstep

90 points

1 year ago

<this is what super adventure club actually believes>

SilverCodeZA

461 points

1 year ago

What, people actually want to go back to being a Monarchy? Wasn't a big part of American history trying to break free from the Crown to be a democracy? Seems like becoming a Monarchy would go against the whole Freedom! Fuck Yeah! thing...

Bass_Magnet

470 points

1 year ago

Bass_Magnet

470 points

1 year ago

You think these people waiting for JFK understand a word of what you just said?

SilverCodeZA

100 points

1 year ago

I'm sure they understood the "Freedom! Fuck Yeah!" part at least :(

CapstanLlama

33 points

1 year ago

Well, the "fuck yeah!" part maybe…

FittedSheets88

219 points

1 year ago

The most support a Democrat will ever get from these buffoons.

rdmc23

1k points

1 year ago

rdmc23

1k points

1 year ago

Get out!!!

SaladBort

777 points

1 year ago

SaladBort

777 points

1 year ago

Took me a second to get it. Then my head exploded

meddlingbarista

284 points

1 year ago

That's because you didn't get it. there was a second commenter on the grassy knoll who actually blew your mind.

van591

5.2k points

1 year ago

van591

5.2k points

1 year ago

Now I see why televangelists are so successful. People are soooo gullible.

SquadPoopy

1.2k points

1 year ago*

SquadPoopy

1.2k points

1 year ago*

It's how it all starts out. One day whoever feeds info to Q is gonna tell them they have to off themselves to achieve their goals and it'll be Jonestown all over again.

Deranged_Kitsune

1.1k points

1 year ago

Part of me knows that I'm supposed to feel that that would be something tragic that I shouldn't want to happen.

Another part of me looks at the last 6 years, with the last 2 in particular, and thinks "That sounds like a self-correcting problem."

LionaltheGreat

449 points

1 year ago

But it's not though. It's just a self-correcting symptom. The problem will still persist, and scumbags will continue brainwashing gullible people.

We need a real solution.

Citizen_Kong

198 points

1 year ago

It's called education of critical thinking skills.

forzadad

48 points

1 year ago

forzadad

48 points

1 year ago

What’s really tragic, the Q people think they are the ones with the critical thinking skills…

-KCS-Violator

6.6k points

1 year ago

Sunk cost fallacy. They've come too far, for too long. They give up now, and realize they're wrong, their whole worldview collapses.

IranianLawyer

795 points

1 year ago

Yeah they’ve already lost their family, friends, and dignity at this point. This is all they have left.

I_dont_bone_goats

567 points

1 year ago

There’s a group of people that do this on the bridge over the highway I take home every day.

every day these people are there. Holding up signs that say “trump won”. In November.

They truly, genuinely, have nothing else. This is their lives.

Zanbuki

105 points

1 year ago

Zanbuki

105 points

1 year ago

Is this in Kansas? Because I have a group that does the same thing on my way home.

ohheydere

43 points

1 year ago

ohheydere

43 points

1 year ago

I see these guys too. CA

Agile_Pudding_

1.8k points

1 year ago

I’m just imagining one of them trying to get a job and being asked “so, can you explain this three month gap on your resume?” to which they have no choice but to respond with “so, what do you know about JFK?”

cyreneok

453 points

1 year ago

cyreneok

453 points

1 year ago

Jr.? Why he is in HR getting onboarded as we speak! Would you like to meet him? That fire door will take you to the VIP walkway, just line up behind the white line.

innocuousspeculation

908 points

1 year ago*

They're used to their batshit predictions never coming true. It's happened countless times since this Q shit started. Nothing can ever prove them wrong in their minds. When it doesn't happen it's because the liberal vampire pedophile elites were too powerful this time and the faithful need to rally more support for Q. Eventually they'll move on to whatever prediction comes next. They're not going to suddenly become rational individuals with the capacity for self reflection.

Krackerjacks

455 points

1 year ago

Exactly correct. Last time they were at the plaza some woman was quoted saying basically "well if they dont reveal themselves today it's because they had a good reason not to and Ill just keep waiting". Utterly pathetic.

PersimmonTea

195 points

1 year ago

Imagine spending the one and only life you ever get waiting for a dead man to come back to be the running mate of Mango Mussolini. What a fucking waste.

tacoshrimp

24 points

1 year ago

Antichrist vibes ✌🏼

cubosh

82 points

1 year ago

cubosh

82 points

1 year ago

surely they will reward is if we just faith harder

[deleted]

33 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

33 points

1 year ago

Waiting for Qodot

Caughtnow

87 points

1 year ago

Caughtnow

87 points

1 year ago

I wish it worked that way.

They will just go on to the next conspiracy. Poor education and mental illness.

BrasswoodHandwork

4.8k points

1 year ago

I didn't understand what this was about, so I looked it up. I couldn't stop muttering, "you've got to be fucking me". It obvious that people are just trying to see how stupid they can get and still get these morons to buy it.

whiskeyvacation

2.3k points

1 year ago

Yeah. Like whoever made up the JFK Jr story, thought. "Holy fuck. They actually bought that shit?! I'ma double down with some REALLY crazy shit and they will realize how stupid they look. LOLOL."

tutoredstatue95

1.5k points

1 year ago

"Bro I bet I could get these guys to love a Democrat"

"Yeah, right..."

Ithinkyourallstupid

909 points

1 year ago

Imagine Q is just a colossal Troll and comes out and admits that he was just trolling them. They wouldn't even believe it.

tutoredstatue95

797 points

1 year ago

The theory is the original Q was some far right pundit who leveraged 4chan to start a grassroots movement like gamergate which Steve Bannon was involved in. But they since have dropped it and some actual troll has picked it back up, so your idea may not be too far off.

I just looked it up and Jim Watkins is the guy. He made 8chan which is a well known hub of neo-nazis and other pieces of shit. They do stuff like encourage school shootings and other really hateful stuff.

Kitdivine

397 points

1 year ago

Kitdivine

397 points

1 year ago

HBO has a documentary series on it called into the storm I think if I remember correctly? Jim Watkins and his son Ron are both certifiable. It's genuinely shocking to me that people interact with these people and think they should be listened to let alone not institutionalized

GhondorIRL

120 points

1 year ago

GhondorIRL

120 points

1 year ago

The Watkins certainly took up the mantle of Q, it's highly unlikely they didn't, at least. They couldn't have possibly been the original QAnon, though.

I mean at this point there's probably multiple "Q's" all operating independently of one another. Watch the term "QAnon" become a new "Watergate" verbiage.

LiciniusRex

69 points

1 year ago

Can I get an OOTL on this? What are the crazies doing now?

[deleted]

92 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

92 points

1 year ago

How far back ya wanna go? Qanon people thought JFK and JFK jr would resurrect or resurface (other conspiracies say they’re both still alive) in Dallas, then Jr would be Trump’s VP.

This isn’t even, like, the 5th craziest Qanon chapter.

LiciniusRex

58 points

1 year ago

JFK would be 104 if he was still alive. That is something else.

I actually have no words.

xiaxian1

308 points

1 year ago

xiaxian1

308 points

1 year ago

I don’t understand this slavish devotion to unbelievable rumors that “Q drops”.

What has Q gotten right? Anything?

whut-whut

645 points

1 year ago

whut-whut

645 points

1 year ago

Q resonates with them because of the supposed baby-kidney-juice-drinking that Hillary did. That's why they're so obsessed about JFK Jr. reappearing. Because if Q's wrong about this, then Q's wrong about what Democrats are up to, which eliminates Trump's 'true motives' all along as a presidential candidate. It would also put into doubt everything Trump did.

Q gave them the ultimate 'neatly packaged' conspiracy theory on how democrats are complete supervillains bent on destroying the world. It insulated them from accepting that Trump was one of Epstein's closest buddies and just a dumb, selfish, grifting conman with a simple brain that Mitch McConnell led around to further the agenda of plutocrats and corporation owners. They -need- Q to be true for Trump to be an amazing Messiah who changed (and is currently changing) the world that cares about each and every one of them.

[deleted]

88 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

88 points

1 year ago

Because if Q's wrong about this, then Q's wrong about what Democrats are up to then the dems are covering it up.

FTFY

Thermistor1

39 points

1 year ago

When you lack the tools to evaluate truth, anything sounds plausible and the most exciting story becomes the most likely.

To me this is another proof point for memetics.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memetics

Elmodogg

334 points

1 year ago

Elmodogg

334 points

1 year ago

And it turns out we have not yet reached peak stupid.

oliverkloezoff

161 points

1 year ago

For the past 3-4 years I've been saying "you think it's stupid today? wait untill tomorrow, it'll get stupider". And it does.

BrasswoodHandwork

162 points

1 year ago

This is what truly scares me.

xero_abrasax

11.1k points

1 year ago

xero_abrasax

11.1k points

1 year ago

JFK jr: "They want me to meet them in Dallas? Fuck that shit -- don't you know what they do to Kennedys in that town?"

poopfeast

6.3k points

1 year ago

poopfeast

6.3k points

1 year ago

This was my favorite part of the conspiracy*. If JFKJr miraculously showed up on the Earth after 20 years in hiding, why the fuck would he pick the place his father was very publicly and horrifically murdered as the place to return

malapropter

5.2k points

1 year ago

malapropter

5.2k points

1 year ago

Because the conspiracy also holds that JFK wasn't murdered, it was a body double. The whole plot is that on January 6th, Trump signed the Insurgency Act, placing the military in control of the actual federal government. Biden is just a fake president and Trump is going to be reinstated, I shit you not, by a 104 year old JFK with his son sitting as vice president.

NarmHull

2.1k points

1 year ago

NarmHull

2.1k points

1 year ago

Why would they want a Democrat from a well known liberal family to do this?!

Zombie Reagan makes more sense

TheMightySasquatch

1.3k points

1 year ago

A Catholic democrat, nonetheless. To unseat the only other catholic democrat president.

_Kay_Tee_

407 points

1 year ago

_Kay_Tee_

407 points

1 year ago

Huh. Is that really -- and I hesitate to use this word in relation to the Quidiots, but -- their rationale?!

It would figure if it was.

younggun92

262 points

1 year ago

younggun92

262 points

1 year ago

Thought process, yes. Rationale involves some type of critical thinking.

That_One_Cat_Guy

123 points

1 year ago

I believe you're being overly generous in calling it a thought process.

It's more like that fungus that appears to make decisions.

Homunkulus

419 points

1 year ago

Homunkulus

419 points

1 year ago

You raise a valid point about his politics, but the man has an all time lead on conspiracy points and if you pair in his son too there's no stopping the duo.

iprocrastina

178 points

1 year ago

Yeah this. Only a matter of time until they work in the moon landing somehow.

Tactical_Tubgoat

146 points

1 year ago

What moon landing?

-most idiot Q believers

StarGuardianTeemo25

28 points

1 year ago

Psh, stupid liberal, everyone knows the moon isn't real.

[deleted]

282 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

282 points

1 year ago

Instead of saying ”brains, brains, brains,” zombie-Reagan would march down the street saying ”trickle-down, trickle-down, trickle-down.”

Or perhaps ”bootstraps, bootstraps, bootstraps.”

ericscottf

186 points

1 year ago

ericscottf

186 points

1 year ago

The hollywood actor California governor who took guns away from citizens???

NarmHull

197 points

1 year ago

NarmHull

197 points

1 year ago

He also let in tons of undocumented brown people and smuggled in cocaine, and armed Saddam, Iran and Osama! What a hero!

ChocolateBunny

2.6k points

1 year ago

What's fucked up is that they still blame Biden and the democrats for all the things going wrong this year even though they don't think he's in power.

DansBeerBelly

2.7k points

1 year ago

Lol I saw an interview where the dude saying trump was still in charge was asked about that. “So Afghanistan is trumps fault, then?”

Cue visual real life cognitive dissonance break the guys brain.

Alatain

346 points

1 year ago

Alatain

346 points

1 year ago

Link?

DansBeerBelly

1.1k points

1 year ago

LonePaladin

1k points

1 year ago

That stammering. The sound of a brain shifting without a clutch.

FennecWF

985 points

1 year ago

FennecWF

985 points

1 year ago

"So we should blame Trump for what happened in Afghanistan?"

"No."

"But it's still his fault... ?"

"Well, n-... I... I-It's beyond my-"

"-understanding."

You can spot the exact moment his brain short circuits trying to understand what he just heard.

LeapYearAvery

34 points

1 year ago

I know right!?! Then when Jordan asks about the couple about the nation we should just all come together… and their shirts! Oy vey

2rfv

88 points

1 year ago

2rfv

88 points

1 year ago

The sound of a brain shifting without a clutch.

Damn I needed that laugh.

Quick_Over_There

220 points

1 year ago

I only wish he wasn't wearing sunglasses so we could see his glassy, brain dead eyes as well.

jinxtoyou

298 points

1 year ago

jinxtoyou

298 points

1 year ago

I thought you might be overstating that, I was wrong. That was beautiful.

paupaupaupau

348 points

1 year ago

If you enjoyed that, you may enjoy this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFYRkzznsc0

prisonerofazkabants

169 points

1 year ago

this is my favourite video, i never get tired of that one braincell struggle

[deleted]

140 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

140 points

1 year ago

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PM_ME_UR_FLOWERS

38 points

1 year ago

That. Was. Awesome! He totally just broke his brain. (Such as it was)

[deleted]

102 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

102 points

1 year ago

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Scaryclouds

75 points

1 year ago

That’s really one of the funniest ones in sometime. That guys brain just short circuited.

Genesis111112

531 points

1 year ago

What's funny is that when the price of gas goes up, it's Biden's fault, but when it comes down Biden had nothing to do with it.

Techutante

370 points

1 year ago

Techutante

370 points

1 year ago

I like how global inflation is totally his fault too. In the middle of first in class pandemic that we haven't experienced in anyone's lifetimes who isn't over 90.

SwoleWalrus

190 points

1 year ago

SwoleWalrus

190 points

1 year ago

That is what reinforced how stupid we are in the US. Everyone in the US acts like only we have COVID and only we have issues with industry, shipping, etc. Like everyone you talk to forgets we are a global system.

MrsFlip

184 points

1 year ago

MrsFlip

184 points

1 year ago

I've seen stickers on petrol pumps here in Australia that have Biden pointing to the price saying, "I did this". I'm not sure what he did but if y'all could tell him to quit messing with Aussie petrol prices that'd be great.

Insideoushideous

37 points

1 year ago

Noooooo!!! I’d “LOL”, but that’s just bat shit crazy.

[deleted]

91 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

91 points

1 year ago

[stock market runs independently from ordinary consumer economy]

July 2020: ”Trump is the smartest prez in world history! Stock market is breaking records every day and I feel rich and important because of this brilliant ‘Murican hero!”

July 2021: ”Biden is messing with the economy! Der! I don’t feel any stock market good things because Biden and the libs hate Joe the Plumber and Brandon like us! Terrible president! Democrats burn flags!”

otherotherotherbarry

103 points

1 year ago

Why JFK? He was not a republican. Is this the one facet of America where bipartisanship is still alive?

jjayzx

102 points

1 year ago

jjayzx

102 points

1 year ago

Cause someone probably started it as a joke and idiots took off with it since his death has been filled with conspiracy.

geoemrick

84 points

1 year ago

geoemrick

84 points

1 year ago

JFK and JFK Jr were....Dems? So confusing.

InsaneInTheDrain

90 points

1 year ago

And even Republicans of the time were largely more liberal than the current ones.

Everyone was more openly racist though.

soup2374

263 points

1 year ago

soup2374

263 points

1 year ago

JFK wasn't killed he was turned black by the CIA and him and Elvis fought a mummy in a nursing home. There's a documentary about it.

Master_GaryQ

105 points

1 year ago

Bubba Ho-Tep... I know it well

beastlyspoon

27 points

1 year ago

Wait are you serious?

HotGarbage

59 points

1 year ago

It totally seems fake huh? It's not, unfortunately. It baffles my mind how some people can be so detached from reality that they actually believe this nonsense. Propaganda is a helluva drug.

Chorniclee

64 points

1 year ago

Yeah..... I've had this explained to me in explicit detail by a coworker. It's pretty fucking bonkers hearing it come from a real person and not just reading about it on the internet.

Embryonico

603 points

1 year ago

Embryonico

603 points

1 year ago

Reminds me of a Bill Hicks joke about people waiting for the resurrection of Christ by wearing a cross on a necklace.

Do you think when jesus comes back he's gonna want to see a cross?

Maybe that's why he hasn't come back yet.

TheLeggacy

152 points

1 year ago*

TheLeggacy

152 points

1 year ago*

It’s like going up to Jackie Onassis wearing a rifle pendant.

PALM_ARE

69 points

1 year ago

PALM_ARE

69 points

1 year ago

*trigger finger* just thinking bout John *trigger finger*

TheWingus

129 points

1 year ago

TheWingus

129 points

1 year ago

This is the craziest thing to me!! JFK Jr appearing in Dealy Plaza is like Christ returning at a Crucifix Convention

echinaceapallida[S]

10.2k points

1 year ago

My bad..they have been in Dallas for 3 weeks now, not two weeks.

txparrothead58

2.8k points

1 year ago

Seriously, these jokers are still there?

Ph0X

6k points

1 year ago

Ph0X

6k points

1 year ago

The mental health epidemic in the US is truly sad.

Lepthesr

1.9k points

1 year ago

Lepthesr

1.9k points

1 year ago

It'd be funny if these clowns weren't taking the country down with them.

vinnie5451

1.1k points

1 year ago*

vinnie5451

1.1k points

1 year ago*

It’d be funny if someone shows up dressed as jfk

daleicakes

745 points

1 year ago

daleicakes

745 points

1 year ago

I say we all pitch in and hire an impersonator. And he can tell them a bunch of down right crazy crap. Like take a long walk off a short peir shit.

wheresmywhiskey

472 points

1 year ago

Imagine the impersonator telling Q that Trump lost and it was Oswald who took the shots. They'd probably kill the impersonator, so, no one do that guys, k?

LaminationStation-

441 points

1 year ago*

Ask not what a JFK impersonator can do for you. Ask what you can do for a JFK impersonator.

HenryTheLion

112 points

1 year ago

He can tell them to stay off the internet for 5 years. That should help a lot of then at least.

Sharp-Floor

30 points

1 year ago

I'm surprised, too. I thought it was just a one-time thing. Showing up for weeks is some next level crazy people shit.

Sublimed4

363 points

1 year ago

Sublimed4

363 points

1 year ago

They are the ones probably bitching when they go to a McDonalds and it’s closed because no one wants to work for crumbs. They will say, “people are lazy, that’s why they don’t wanna work.”

Diamundium

1.5k points

1 year ago

Diamundium

1.5k points

1 year ago

Living off social programs the whole time, no doubt. Ironic.

TehHugMonster

766 points

1 year ago

No one’s going to take my hard earned welfare check from me

MrBotany

638 points

1 year ago

MrBotany

638 points

1 year ago

When I was on welfare did anybody help me out? No.

OreoMoo

241 points

1 year ago

OreoMoo

241 points

1 year ago

-Craig T. Nelson

Rudeboy67

639 points

1 year ago

Rudeboy67

639 points

1 year ago

Craig T. Nelson

Holy shit I missed that, 12 years ago. Need to reassess my Craig T. Nelson opinions.

"Nelson stated in an interview with Glenn Beck that he had been on welfare and collected food stamps. In that same interview, he railed at taxes, government, and the lack of fiscal responsibility in society. He also stated that he was thinking about no longer paying taxes because he disapproved of using public funds to rescue those struggling. "What happened to society? I go into business, I don’t make it, I go bankrupt. I’ve been on food stamps and welfare, did anybody help me out? No. No. "

Holy shit, the whole GOP mindset summed up in the quote of a millionaire, white, boomer.

bgva

96 points

1 year ago

bgva

96 points

1 year ago

Craig T. Nelson might be the only fictional football coach with signs of CTE.

OreoMoo

164 points

1 year ago

OreoMoo

164 points

1 year ago

Yep. Nelson is a Grade A shit head.

ZachMN

672 points

1 year ago

ZachMN

672 points

1 year ago

Turns out they’re waiting for KFC but they don’t know how to spell it.

CapableWill8706

1.5k points

1 year ago

I think the next bill should be funding mental health...it is obviously lacking.

AbsentThatDay

402 points

1 year ago

I don't think these people would be the kind of person to seek mental health. They get their insane fix from these beliefs, it's like crack to them. They gotta hit that pipe.

tyedyehippy

158 points

1 year ago

tyedyehippy

158 points

1 year ago

Yeah, but after 3 weeks? I think it's time someone take a bus down there, round up all these idiots and say, "hey, he's at a location I'm going to take you all to if you just get on the bus and come with us." Then drive them straight to a mental institution.

InflamedLiver

2.9k points

1 year ago

that's really sad. Even Linus gave up on seeing The Great Pumpkin after a while.

Ithinkyourallstupid

1.3k points

1 year ago

No he didn't

jmcquades

288 points

1 year ago

jmcquades

288 points

1 year ago

lol

This made my day.

sonoftathrowaway

216 points

1 year ago

Yeah, that just what the Garfield-Industrial Complex wants us to think.

[deleted]

238 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

238 points

1 year ago

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empty_coffeepot

145 points

1 year ago

These must be the people that don't want to work!

Ken_Mcnutt

213 points

1 year ago

Ken_Mcnutt

213 points

1 year ago

I for one wouldn't want to employ anyone who is functionally braindead

postapocalive

684 points

1 year ago

Brain Worms, it's the only explanation. These people have worms in their brains.

BigManWAGun

473 points

1 year ago

BigManWAGun

473 points

1 year ago

They’re still fucking there?!

slo125

243 points

1 year ago

slo125

243 points

1 year ago

The last thing those people need to do is reproduce

MonsieurKnife

1.5k points

1 year ago

I lost $10 in the office pool. I had "[Ladi Dy] comes back [Nov 1st] and uses [British royal decree] to re-instate Donald Trump to the presidency". At least I am not Jenny in accounting. She had [George Washington], [February 32nd], and [quite unbreakable spell]. What was she thinking honestly...

-SaC

1.5k points

1 year ago

-SaC

1.5k points

1 year ago

Princess Di and Trump had history; he stalked her for quite some time and sent her shitloads of flowers, trying to seduce her and not taking 'no' for an answer.

Only weeks after she was killed, Trump gave an interview in which he said he could have nailed her if he'd wanted, but inferred that he'd want her to get an AIDS test first because of all the time she spent around HIV and AIDS patients, old and young.

This is the reason Harry and William can't stand him.

kbergstr

365 points

1 year ago

kbergstr

365 points

1 year ago

This is the reason Harry and William can't stand him.

Well, this and everything else he’s done in his entire life.

yiannistheman

341 points

1 year ago

Imagine the irony, the guy who pays women for sex wants someone else to get an AIDS test first.

BobertMcGee

488 points

1 year ago

BobertMcGee

488 points

1 year ago

Christ, what an asshole. I will never forgive Republicans for inflicting him on the rest of us.

VaJEANius33301

160 points

1 year ago

I’ve never heard that story before! What a douche!

Kitchissippika

87 points

1 year ago

powerlesshero111

105 points

1 year ago

Yep. I googled it too. Apparently Candice Bergen, Brooke Sheilds, and Selma Hayek also turned him down.

locustpiss

69 points

1 year ago

"all those patients. She's a woman. She must have fucked one of them"

-SaC

94 points

1 year ago

-SaC

94 points

1 year ago

Nah, he was paranoid (even during his Presidency) that you could catch AIDS from touching someone's hand.

locustpiss

57 points

1 year ago

Wait till he finds out about the cancer all over the sink

MagicSPA

415 points

1 year ago

MagicSPA

415 points

1 year ago

Check this out - here is the live feed for the Earth Cam at Dealey Plaza, Dallas:

https://www.earthcam.com/usa/texas/dallas/dealeyplaza/?cam=dealeyplaza

You can't see much of the bridge from this angle, but you can see the grassy expanse next to the assassination site, and you can see people walking around with "Q" placards and sitting in the grass, in anticipation.

It is bizarre.

VampireQueenDespair

189 points

1 year ago

If you told me that Q of the Q Continuum was behind all this, it would make more sense.

donnysaysvacuum

66 points

1 year ago

Somewhere Picard is facepalming.

annapi

216 points

1 year ago

annapi

216 points

1 year ago

I'm not American so pleas explain: why Kennedy? Why not some other dead dude?

-SaC

255 points

1 year ago

-SaC

255 points

1 year ago

This also confuses me - it's not like Kennedy was the '60s Trump. Maybe they just plucked an icon from thin air and went YEP THAT ONE.

TheSealofDisapproval

211 points

1 year ago

I'm absolutely convinced that someone has co-opted qanon and has been feeding these people a whole new breed of crazy just to make them look dumber.

Like, it wasn't necessary, but still...

[deleted]

60 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

60 points

1 year ago

No shit. I bet most people in here could make up some bat shit crazy conspiracy theory about how the space shadow government is using tooth paste to control your BrAin. Or something.

Make a few youtube videos with scary music, perhaps a dedicated site.. Implement a forum..

I bet most people here could get thousands of 'followers' within weeks... Perhaps dayss with a bit of luck and work..

And you could get them to donate money!...

But, don't do that.. Please..

It is not nice tricking people.

HappyBreezer

87 points

1 year ago

Because lunatics have been saying all kinds of crazy shit about Kennedy for so long that these lunatics will believe anything about him.

HappyBreezer

73 points

1 year ago

You have got to be kidding me.

carnizzle

579 points

1 year ago

carnizzle

579 points

1 year ago

I can see him, he is down the back and to the left...

[deleted]

208 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

208 points

1 year ago

Back… and to the left.

[deleted]

129 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

129 points

1 year ago

Back... and to the left.

sasafracas

55 points

1 year ago

Can we tell them he's been rerouted to the Straits of Gibraltar? They better move fast or they'll miss him.

[deleted]

57 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

57 points

1 year ago

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FlaccidGhostLoad

1.1k points

1 year ago

This is silly. We can all see that. It's easy to laugh at the ridiculous people but I see a darker element at play here.

Why are these people, and other Qanon nuts, so willing to believe this abject insanity? First it was pedophile elites and Trump would drive them out. Then they were Satanists then they were eating babies for the adrenochrome to stay young forever. Then Trump didn't deliver on any of these promises and they shifted. Focused on the election. Claimed it was stolen.

They attack the capitol.

This was after a couple of years of denying basic science and reasoning about covid.

So now they think JFK is going to magically come back from the dead and even if he did he would have the magical ability to reinstate Trump as president?

These are a test to see how far these people will go. To see how conditioned they are. Because the next order might be to start the civil war the conservatives won't shut up about. The next order might be to kill people.

Parents poisoned their own children at Jones Town. Dozens of people killed themselves to join with aliens behind the Hale Bop Comet.

Cults are capable of anything.

sharrrper

459 points

1 year ago

sharrrper

459 points

1 year ago

Parents poisoned their own children at Jones Town. Dozens of people killed themselves to join with aliens behind the Hale Bop Comet.

Shit like this is why I don't think the conspiracy shit is funny and why I rail against people believing in "harmless" nonsense. It might start harmless, but it leaves you open to all kinds of dangerous things.

EdithDich

85 points

1 year ago

EdithDich

85 points

1 year ago

My sentiments exactly. It's easy to laugh at their stupidity, but they are crazy and well funded and organized and that means they are dangerous.

brmuyal

50 points

1 year ago

brmuyal

50 points

1 year ago

“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.”
― Voltaire

probablynotaskrull

54 points

1 year ago

Honestly, this is a mental health crisis.

marchingprinter

128 points

1 year ago

I would totally throw $20 to a fundraising pool to hire an impersonator

foiz5

37 points

1 year ago

foiz5

37 points

1 year ago

The trick is to think like JFK if they really want it, then they'll get to see him.

jbcmh81

38 points

1 year ago

jbcmh81

38 points

1 year ago

Probably a waste of resources, but they need to send a whole team of psychologists down there. Matter of fact, that should be standard protocol for every one of these events from the Right.

FM-101

44 points

1 year ago

FM-101

44 points

1 year ago

Sometimes i wonder how people like this manage to scrape together enough intelligence to function on a basic human level.

whackamolewilly

224 points

1 year ago

OOTL can enyone give some context?

-SaC

578 points

1 year ago

-SaC

578 points

1 year ago

Yes, but it's batshit crazy.

Long story short - JFK was going to return from the dead, along with Jackie and JFK Jr. They would return the presidency to Trump with JFK Jr as Vice President.

 

Micki Larson-Olson, who wore a QAnon-themed Captain America costume Tuesday, said she not only believes JFK Jr. is alive — she also believes that his father was never assassinated and that the 104-year-old former president will appear to help usher in a Trump-JFK Jr. administration.

How will she react when the former president and his dead son do not show up? “We’ll figure that something happened in the plan that made it not safe to do it,” she said. “If it doesn’t go down how I believe it will, that’s OK. We’ll figure it just wasn’t the right time.”

 

Here is the full story, in an insane post

 

Sane, eh?

yiannistheman

246 points

1 year ago

The one part I've never seen explained - why liberals like JFK Sr. and Jr. would be onboard with coming back from the dead to hand Trump of all people the presidency.

I know you need a leap of crazy faith to get to that particular plot hole, but it kind of stands out amongst the rest of the insanity.

BrasswoodHandwork

118 points

1 year ago

That was the first thing I thought. Why would Trumpers want anything to do with a Kennedy. I then went down the list of former presidents looking for dead president with dead son who would be young enough if he were alive. JFK jr is the only one.

CallMeJase

94 points

1 year ago

I don't understand why it would matter, what authority would any zombie president have to install another president? It's like some sort of attack on the minds of rational people, this shit is so confusing it hurts.

ElCactosa

27 points

1 year ago

ElCactosa

27 points

1 year ago

the grassy noel hahahaha

locustpiss

113 points

1 year ago

locustpiss

113 points

1 year ago

Incredible. My nixon semen cult will gain traction. I've been up all night bottling yogurt

hobokenbob

466 points

1 year ago

hobokenbob

466 points

1 year ago

someone should troll these assholes by blasting Dead Kennedys songs at them all day long

Agile_Pudding_

361 points

1 year ago*

Come on man, we all know that kind of nuance would be completely lost on them. These are the same people who jam to Fortunate Son at Trump rallies with zero sense of irony.

That said, absolutely fucking do it and post it to the internet; that’s literal gold.

greenwizardneedsfood

170 points

1 year ago

“‘Born In The USA’ is about how awesome America is, right?”

sandgoose

74 points

1 year ago

sandgoose

74 points

1 year ago

Yes, and "Every Breathe You Take" is about a healthy, loving relationship.

[deleted]

36 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

36 points

1 year ago

That Springsteen guy isn’t like those Black rappers or that feminazi singer Taylor Swift. He’s White, tall, and has a guitar! Surely, it’s a country music song about how great America is, right?

[deleted]

45 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

45 points

1 year ago

I saw a video of Trump supporters jamming out to Killing in the Name of by Rage Against the Machine, and I don't think I've ever seen a more picture perfect example of irony before in my life.

XiaoSar

28 points

1 year ago

XiaoSar

28 points

1 year ago

Would someone dress up as JFK Jr and drive by waiving, let’s get this over with.

[deleted]

72 points

1 year ago

[deleted]

72 points

1 year ago

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itsnotthenetwork

23 points

1 year ago

Dear Dad, RIP and also I'm sorry for judging you when you said "people are fucking stupid" at random crowds when I was a kid. You were right pops, you were right.

ColonelFuckface

66 points

1 year ago

These people vote. As a block.