Michael Brian Protzman
People are losing their family to the QAnon offshoot that’s convinced JFK and his son are about to return from the dead.
Michael Protzman, who leads the Dallas QAnon cult, promised his followers that Trump's rally would have major revelations.
They'll be in the crowd and on stage with the former president.
“We can’t just give up on her, but it feels like we’re mourning her while she’s still alive,” the woman’s daughter told VICE News.
“My sister may be too far gone, but it's not too late to bring awareness to others. Do not fall into this trap.”
In videos shared by those in attendance, young children can be seen standing in the crowd holding QAnon signs late into the evening.
“Many people make huge sacrifices financially, in their relationships, in their lives, just to be there.”
A rapper known as Pryme Minister has offered the use of a property near the city, so they can have a permanent headquarters in “the promised land.”
Many QAnon believers went to Dallas this week on the word of Michael Brian Protzman, who tens of thousands of loyal followers know as Negative48.