The state broadcaster later edited out what pro-Kremlin outlets are now calling an act of “sabotage.”
The chairwoman of the Arizona GOP, who was instrumental in pushing the bogus Maricopa County recount, is selling NFTs now.
A Kremlin account posted a video of Marianna Vishegirskaya saying she went to Donetsk by choice, not by force.
Q believers immediately began theorizing that the leak was a distraction from a new “documentary” about the 2020 election.
A new report found that Facebook and other major platforms failed to act on 89% of the anti-Muslim posts reported to them.
“If Russians believe lies on Russian TV, why not believe this?”
“Now normies on Twitter will no longer be sheltered from the truth by their globalist overlords.”
He’s spent $21,000 on AirBNBs and over $3,000 hiring guns for photoshoots.
Doug Jensen became the “poster boy” of the Capitol riot. “It really worked out,” he told the FBI.
“YOU GUYS TUCKER’S OPENING STATEMENT IS THE BIOLABS STORY. HOLY SHIT WE FUCKING DID IT.”
Matthew Coleman told an FBI agent he first learned about “lizard people” from the Twitter account of British conspiracy theorist David Icke.
It’s the Kremlin’s go-to propaganda line in the wake of obvious atrocities: “Don’t believe your eyes.”