stop the steal
In a total coincidence, claims from Donald Trump and others about Michigan’s election have been repeatedly fact-checked.
The “Stop the Steal”-linked group accidentally published a top-secret security brief outlining their concerns.
And they’ve hired a Florida firm called “Cyber Ninjas” to help them do it.
State Rep. Mark Finchem wants to be Arizona’s top election official by 2024—when his state could once again be the epicenter of the presidential map.
Three Republicans who announced bids for major statewide races on Monday are staking their campaigns on the lie that Trump won the 2020 election.
With the event’s Trump-heavy lineup, emphasis on voter fraud, and lack of ideological diversity, former chair Al Cardenas wants no part of it.
The window Dominic Pezzola allegedly smashed was considered the first significant breach of the Capitol Building. He then helped other rioters climb through.
“We’re going to focus even more on being a force for bringing people closer together,” said the CEO of a platform where the Capitol riots were organized.
Members of Oath Keepers, a far-right militia, were photographed backstage with Stone and escorting him in a golf buggy to an earlier speech by the Supreme Court.
The insurrectionists just keep doxxing themselves.