Well, that was predictable.
Former President Trump told Sean Hannity that he assumed most of the president’s power didn’t actually come from the president.
Fox News and the far-right are already fearmongering about the U.S. being “invaded” by Afghan refugees.
We listened to it so you don’t have to.
Ian Prior is helping to lead the charge against critical race theory in the county that just happens to be ground zero for the most important election of 2021.
Carlson has already met with Hungary’s autocratic Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, and is listed as a speaker at a far-right nationalist conference later this week.
Carlson keeps forgetting to mention his son Buckley works for GOP Rep. Jim Banks, who was blocked from the Jan. 6 commission by Nancy Pelosi.
“The voting system companies have denied the various allegations made by President Trump and his counsel regarding the 2020 election.”
“How widespread is it? Well, we can’t really be sure until we finally get cameras in the classroom, as we put them on the chests of police officers.”
“I ask folks not to judge me based on what I said in 2016,” he told Fox News.
After the Fox host claimed he was being surveilled, the National Security Agency issued a very odd statement.
Carlson is the latest right-wing figure to respond to Gen. Mark Milley, who told Congress he wants to understand “white rage.”