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Joe Salant, an evangelical pastor and rapper, is the new spokesman for Safrax, which makes bleach tablets that are popular with those who belief ingesting the industrial cleaner can cure a range of ailments.
Even in a blue state where anti-trans education bills have failed, local extremists have found ways to target trans students.
Trump's QAnon followers are convinced, again, that a “storm is coming.”
As mugshots emerge of the many Trumpworld figures indicted in Fulton County, Georgia, Amy Kremer clearly has FOMO.
He posted anti-gay and antisemitic conspiracy theories, and followed and reposted Jordan Peterson and Matt Walsh.
“Tiny Teflon,” whose mother is also in the cult, has announced her plan to indoctrinate more children into it.
Many of those spreading the conspiracies are subscribed to the Twitter Blue service, which ensures their posts are promoted more heavily in search results.
Twitter says it has “a zero-tolerance child sexual exploitation policy.” Musk apparently doesn’t.
The incident was captured on camera at a protest againstChristian prayer in public schools.
Members of Michael Protzman’s conspiracy cult abandoned their families and spent their life savings to follow him to Trump rallies around the country.
There’s no evidence the suspect was trans, and he posted repeatedly about his pro-gun stance and his support for former president Donald Trump.
“This is not just concerned moms. This is not the PTA. This is a group that is fully aligned with authoritarian politicians and activists,” one expert told VICE News.