Donald Trump couldn’t attract any A-List talent to perform at his inauguration in January 2017. The best he could do was get Lee Greenwood, Toby Keith, 3 Dogs Down and Jackie Evancho.
But not to worry. Trump promised “live entertainment” at Saturday’s Trump-a-Loser rally in Florence, Ariz, his first campaign event of 2022. And some QAnon cultists are actually wondering whether dead superstars will come back to life to perform for Dear Leader..
Among those heading to Arizona is Michael Brian Protzman, the leader of the QAnon sub-cult that has spent the last three months in Dallas, awaiting the return of John F. Kennedy and his son, according to Vice News.
In live audio chats, Protzman announced that his group was heading to the Trump rally and made vague predictions that that might be the day when JFK finally makes an appearance.
And take it away Q-Nuts who speculated that there might be “a really big shew” (as TV host Ed Sullivan used to say) in Arizona.
Vice NEWS wrote:
Some of Protzman’s supporters have also spotted that Trump’s official announcement mentions “live entertainment” as part of the rally, and suggested that this will involve a band made up entirely of dead musicians and singers, including Michael Jackson, Prince, Whitney Houston, Janis Joplin, Tupac, and John Lennon.
That’s not surprising because back in November when JFK Jr. failed to show up in Dealey Plaza, where his father was assassinated, Protzman encouraged his followers to buy tickets to a Rolling Stones concert in Dallas, predicting that JFK Jr. would show up there,
After nothing happened, Protzman proclaimed that the Stones had actually been replaced by JFK Jr. (playing Keith Richards), Michael Jackson (Mick Jagger), and Prince (drummer Steve Jordan), while one of the backup singers was replaced by Aaliyah, according to Vice NEWS.
By the way, Protzman also claimed in one of his recent audio chats that President Joe Biden was never inaugurated and hasn’t been living in the White House, but is actually part of a movie being filmed on a set in Culver City, Calif., according to Vice NEWS.
Only the best Q-nuts are planning to go to the Trump rally.
Ron Watkins, a leading Q influencer who is running for Congress in Arizona, told VICE News that he was planning to attend the Trump rally with supporters.
His father, Jim Watkins, the owner of the 8kun message board where QAnon grew into a widespread conspiracy cult, posted a video of himself on the road saying, “I can’t wait to get there. God bless the USA.”
Trump said the rally is intended “to advance the MAGA agenda by energizing voters and highlighting America First candidates and causes.”
But the rally is also serving to boost the extremist QAnon cult.
Mother Jones said the rally’s “special guest speaker” will be the Trump-endorsed candidate for Arizona Secretary of State, state Sen. Mark Finchem. who has been very supportive of QAnon on social media. If elected, Finchem would be in charge of running Arizona’s elections.
Finchem was videotaped outside the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection, supported the Cyber Ninjas fraudit, and headlined a QAnon conference in Las Vegas.
Also speaking on Saturday is the Trump-backed candidate for Arizona governor, former TV anchor Kari Lake, who enjoys the support of Ron Watkins and other QAnon influencers.
And more supporters of Trump’s Big Lie will also be onstage, including My Pillow guy Mike Lindell and insurrectionist Reps. Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs.
If only the Dead Kennedys punk rock band could make a reunion tour. That would really throw the Q-nuts for a loop.