Disgraced former national security advisor Michael Flynn loves a conspiracy theory—except when it’s about him.
Alex Jones got too stressed out to spell his own name, and more unintentional comedy from Jan. 6 committee witnesses.
“There is a very serious spiritual battle we have and we don't have any problem with saying we are fighting things we can't see.”
The far-right street-fighting gang has been making inroads into local politics ever since coming under scrutiny for their role in the January 6 riot.
The Proud Boys–supported slate of “anti-woke” candidates ran a successful campaign to take over the Sarasota school board.
Giuliani warned, “If Trump gets elected, the first thing he’ll do is raid every one of Biden’s houses.” Take him seriously.
A shadow army of grifters and hucksters is working tirelessly to substantiate his unfounded claims about election fraud—and make a few bucks doing it.
On Thursday, QAnon conspiracy theories about the National Butterfly Center became real-world threats.
The QAnon cult is merging with the sovereign citizen movement and trying to unseat and infiltrate school boards.
Jacob Chansley, aka the QAnon Shaman, dialed in to a QAnon show to share a conspiracy theory about advanced underground civilizations.
He’s asked the Supreme Court to block the January 6 committee’s request for White House records from that day.
Eight people, including Flynn, have filed lawsuits seeking to block the Jan. 6 committee from enforcing subpoenas.