QAnon conspiracy theorists gathered in Dallas, Tx. on Tuesday for an anticipated appearance by JFK Jr. Communing at the AT&T Discovery Plaza by the famous Dealey Plaza “grassy knoll” where former President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, Q supporters believe that “John John,” who died in a plane crash in 1999, will speak and declare Donald Trump their messiah.

Over the last few years, believers in the QAnon conspiracy have followed the former President and reality television star, alleging a plot to destroy the political “deep state” and its cabal of blood-thirsty pedophiles. “Q,” their anonymous leader, has prompted many conspiracy theories around his own identity, with many agreeing that it’s JFK Jr.

Why John F. Kennedy Jr. would fake his own death to appear over 20 years later and announce Donald Trump the reinstated president (and himself vice president), is beyond explanation, but it is believed that over 20% of QAnon supporters absolutely swear by the theory.

Despite the claims, Travis View, a conspiracy theory researcher and co-host of the QAnon Anonymoust podcast, argued that “Q” has even denied that he is John F. Kennedy Jr.

“Q has repeatedly denied that JFK Jr. is alive, but some in the QAnon community insist that he will return despite that,” View told reporters. “The persistent faith in JFK Jr.’s imminent return shows that even the fringe factions of the QAnon community have staying power.”

John F. Kennedy Jr., a lawyer at the time of his passing, was also a Democrat like his father before him.

Hundreds of Q supporters await his return nonetheless, with many in attendance believed to have also been at the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection in Washington D.C.

Vice reported that popular conspiracy influencer Whiplash347 blasted the information to all 250,000 of his followers on Telegram, a popular right-wing social messaging app.

When John F. Kennedy Jr. appears Tuesday night, Whiplash 347 said that Trump will “become 1 of the 7 new Kings,” and most presumably “the King of Kings.” The statement is in reference to a biblical passage from Revelations 17.

Even if “John John” did appear resurrected to proclaim Donald Trump “the king of kings,” Joe Biden would still be President of the United States. Many supporters believe that “everything from 1871 was illegal and unconstitutional,” however, stemming from a belief that an obscure law from the late 19th century invalidates most of modern history.

The law they are referring to has been falsely misinterpreted, according to BBC News. Titled the District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871, the law turned Washington D.C. in a local governing body, or “municipal corporation,” which Q supporters misinterpreted to mean that the country’s political organization turned into a corporation. This, according to conspiracy theorists, makes every law passed by the government since 1871 illegitimate–and when John F. Kennedy Jr. returns, everything will be set right.

According to Whiplash347, Donald Trump and Kennedy will run for president in 2024. After they won, Trump would step down, JFK Jr. would become the president, and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn would become the Vice President.

Whiplash 347’s theory, however, differs from the norm like many JFK Jr. theories. Michael Brian Protzman, who has a Telegram account as “Negative48” with over 100,000 followers, believes that John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy will also return back from the dead and appear Tuesday night.

Protzman uses numerology to promote the idea that he is in direct contact with the Kennedy family, which he believes are direct descendants of Jesus Christ. He also believes that JFK’s reemergence will reset the Julian calendar, turning the date back to Oct 20. During the day, Protzman runs a demolition company.

According to Vice, QAnon supporters from states all over the country, such as Florida, California, New York, and Michigan, are awaiting JFK Jr.’s return. Many in attendance were also wearing T-shirts with the words “Trump-Kennedy 2024” prominently displayed on the front.