An anti-vaxxer testified at the Ohio Statehouse that people are becoming magnetic after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. (They're not.)
Instagram confirmed to VICE that they deleted the account belonging to the wealthy son of a property developer who, over the last year, grew to be the face of Canada's anti-lockdown movement.
Hundreds of thousands of Facebook users saw Jones' lies about a stolen election, even though Jones himself has been banned from Facebook.
Organizers are using the caravan to boost their presence on Parler, and plan to arrive in D.C. on Friday.
"I’ll admit it ... I’m literally looking at my neighbors now going ‘Am I ready to hang them up and gut them and skin them and chop them up?,' and you know what, I’m ready."
This weekend protesters across the country demanded their states reopen. Militias, anti-vaxxers, and QAnon believers were among them.
His wife may be in on it.
Ex-staffer now regrets making up conspiracy theories about Muslims for clicks.
"A commitment to openness is not easy. It sometimes means leaving up content that is outside the mainstream, controversial, or even offensive," YouTube's CEO said.
Once again, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon is trying to turn himself into a martyr.
Are memes fair use? Or can you be sued for sharing and profiting off them?
Jones is getting sued for allegedly violating the copyright of Pepe the Frog's creator by selling Pepe posters on Infowars.