The “chairman” of the Proud Boys was given the harshest sentence to date related to January 6.
His “Forbidden Truth Academy” is also offering one-on-one sessions with the shaman himself, for just $500 a pop.
“Had he sent the votes back to the legislatures, they wouldn’t have had a problem with Jan. 6, so in many ways you can blame him for Jan. 6,” Trump said.
“What he’s good at is destroying things. He’s the undisputed world champion of that. He could easily destroy us if we play it wrong.”
Facebook says it will have “guardrails” for Trump if he starts posting again, but they won’t stop him from posting QAnon conspiracies.
FBI informants are being called as witnesses in the Proud Boys’ high-profile seditious conspiracy trial—by the defense.
Top-ranking Proud Boys used an exclusive Telegram chat to allegedly plan and brag about the riot on Jan. 6.
Two years after the insurrection, a nonpartisan nonprofit that tracks extremists has identified a rioter that online sleuths nicknamed #WannaBeKilmer.
An Ohio couple who recorded and narrated their alleged crimes are the latest Jan. 6 defendants to use sovereign citizen legal theory as a defense.
On the second anniversary of the insurrection, Twitter restored the account of Michael Flynn, who pushed Trump to use the military to overturn the election.