The man who did more than anyone to facilitate the rise of the QAnon cult is now running for office in Arizona.
The thin line that separated the GOP from full-on QAnon conspiracies has been eroding for months.
“I’m ready to take a sledgehammer to the corrupt media,” former local news reporter Kari Lake pledged in her first campaign ad for governor.
Pennsylvania Republicans, under pressure from former President Donald Trump, want their own Arizona-style election probe.
A former Arizona cop allegedly pulled down a handcuffed man’s pants and tased him in the genitals—all in front of his terrified wife and children.
His kids don't even go to her school.
The woman, Yessenia Garcia, was eventually cleared of all charges—yet her mugshot is still online for anyone to see.
“I don’t think we’re allowed to say that.”
The account has been spreading lies and conspiracy theories about the election being stolen from former President Donald Trump.
From off-camera, people can be heard shouting “Don’t go in there! It’s a den of lies!”, “You’ll have a lifetime of regret!”, and “It’s not too late!”
Hundreds dead, marine mammal life decimated, and a town burned to the ground are all consequences of the sweltering heat in Canada and the U.S.
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S.'s highest court upheld two restrictive Arizona voting laws—and paved the way for other Republican voting restriction laws to survive legal challenges.