The congressman from Arizona called the people who stormed the Capitol “peaceful patriots.”
The Wyoming Republican congresswoman won’t stay silent about Trump’s election lies, and it could cost her big-time.
Texas elections official Mark Middleton and his wife were, according to her own Facebook post, “the first group to storm the capital."
Matthew Greene was fired from his executive role at a design company that had done work for the Disney Star Wars series, “The Mandalorian.”
Jon Ryan Schaffer just gave prosecutors their first guilty plea in the sweeping investigation—and it might be bad news for the far-right militia group he co-founded.
Babbitt was attempting to breach barricaded doors inside the Capitol Building when she was shot.
Half of Republicans now believe the deadly insurrection was staged or that it was “mostly peaceful.”
Accused Supergenius Capitol Rioter Was Wearing an ‘I Was There, Washington D.C., January 6, 2021’ T-Shirt When the Police Arrested Him
Garret Miller also posted several photos and videos of himself in the Capitol during the riot, according to a criminal complaint.
Three Republicans who announced bids for major statewide races on Monday are staking their campaigns on the lie that Trump won the 2020 election.
Charges of conspiring to overthrow the U.S. government are punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
“We now know there was no armed insurrection,” Rep. Louie Gohmert said Wednesday. “Nobody had arms.”
The Thinkin Project made big promises about deradicalizing QAnon believers. But so far it’s succeeded mostly in attacking and alienating journalists and QAnon researchers