A man posing as a math expert with evidence Trump won the election is actually a convicted drug dealer with no college degree who installs swing sets, according to a lawsuit.
The single best predictor of whether someone believes in QAnon is which TV news station they watch.
The former CEO of Overstock.com, who encouraged Trump not to give up the presidency, is funding the shambolic Arizona audit.
A person familiar with Dominion’s legal strategy told VICE News that the company plans to sue Lindell.
And the MyPillow CEO’s “docu-movie” is exactly as unhinged as you'd expect.
Ron Watkins facilitated the rise of the QAnon cult. Now he's making himself at home in Trumpworld.
Conspiracy theorists and far-right news outlets spent that month using YouTube's algorithm to massively grow their audiences.
Trump's favorite TV station doesn't have to be popular to be dangerous—it gives him something to point to to buttress his own conspiracy theorizing.