The prediction that Trump would take office again on March 4 didn’t come true. “True believers” supposedly knew it was false anyway.
The former president used his largest platform since leaving office to settle some scores.
Influencers within the conspiracy movement are trying to reverse course on a belief that Trump will become president again on that date.
The CEO of MyPillow said he was “very, very happy” about the lawsuit.
The phrase was never meant to be a sign of delusional hope and promises made to be broken.
"We hacked their server where they stored data, on attempts to 'settle' they responded with silence and we had to upload the data," the hackers said.
The lawsuit alleges Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and the two extremist groups “plotted, coordinated, and executed a common plan to prevent Congress from discharging its official duties."
The pro-Trump lawyer asked an ‘Army of Patriots’ on Telegram to dig up dirt on officials who will decide whether he is disbarred or not.
Several Republican senators seemed bored by horrific images of violence during the Capitol riot.
The new Georgia DA has launched a criminal probe into attempts to influence the 2020 election. Grand jury subpoenas may be sent out as soon as March.