Mike Lindell feels like the last man standing pushing Donald Trump won the 2020 election conspiracy theories. His latest grift was a cyber symposium where he was going to show the evidence that Trump won the election.
The hosts of Fox News have very specific talking points to hit each day. And it normally has nothing to do with whatever current events are happening.
No, instead Fox feeds it’s viewers a heavy dose of cancel culture. They also spend a lot of time demonizing immigrants. And the network’s personalities work hard on whipping up fear about Antifa.
Donald Trump may now be out of office, but Ron Johnson is making sure the stain of Trumpism remains in the Senate chambers. The Wisconsin senator has spent the last few weeks lying about the insurrection, spreading false vaccination info and generally being a massive racist.
Over the last few months, Wisconsin’s Ron Johnson has become one of the most talked about lawmakers in America. He recently said that he won’t be getting the COVID-19 vaccine because he already has the illness.
Al Franken was, at one time, one of the most popular Democratic lawmakers in the country. Franken, though, stepped down from his position after being accused of sexual misconduct in January of 2019.
The former Minnesota senator now hosts a weekend political show on Sirius XM radio. But before he was a politician, Franken spent 15 years as a writer for Saturday Night Live. He put those comedy chops to good use on Tuesday in a take-down of Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson.
Rudy Giuliani has accused the Black Lives Matter movement of being a terrorist organization driven by hatred of white people. The former New York mayor called BLM “killers”.
Giuliani spoke to Fox News on Thursday about ongoing protests for racial justice and didn’t hold back in his condemnation of Black Lives Matter and Antifa.
The Trump campaign is blaming far-left protesters for blocking the gates, which there is no evidence of, for the small rally crowd in Tulsa.
Donald Trump has once again become the subject of scorn after he sent a tweet praising the “S.S.” and their response to Antifa. The President meant the Secret Service, but the jokes wrote themselves.
The Justice Department has issued a report showing no link to Antifa, an organization that doesn’t exist, at protests following the killing of George Floyd.
After NPR reviewed court documents for 51 individuals who are facing federal charges related to the demonstrations, they found none with any connections to the Antifa––or antifascist––movement. Of those 51 cases, 20 involve allegations relating to arson, 16 involve allegations relating to illegal possession of a firearm, and eight involve inciting a riot.
A video message of healing from Joe Biden was played at George Floyd's funeral as Trump tweeted about imaginary senior citizen ANTIFA.
Trump blames "Antifa" for the violence that local officials say is being caused by white supremacists. Trump is thanking himself for battling "Antifa."
Trump said on Sunday that he would designate ANTIFA a terrorist organization, but there is no such thing as an ANTIFA organization.
A Facebook prank in North Carolina has proved that Trump supporters are terrified of the anti-fascist group Antifa.
On Saturday several dozen right-wing, pro-Trump protesters gathered at a North Carolina Outdoors store due to a rumored violent Antifa event that was going to take place there. They brought their Confederate flags and pro-Trump regalia, and presumably their guns and rifles. They shouting and vowing to fight to defend the peaceful shopping center from an Antifa attack.
Two prominent right-wing supporters of President Donald Trump, Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens, told Philadelphia police they were attacked at a restaurant on Monday morning while trying to each breakfast.