US House to vote on contempt charge for ex-Trump chief of staff Meadows

The U.S. House of Representatives is set to vote on Tuesday on whether to seek criminal contempt of Congress charges against Mark Meadows, Donald Trump’s chief of staff, for refusing to cooperate with a congressional probe of the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol attack. The seven Democrats and two Republicans on the Select Committee investigating the…

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Controversial Doc No Longer With One of Idaho’s Largest Health Networks

A controversial pathologist from Idaho who has been criticized for spreading false information about COVID-19 is leaving a health network that provides care to more than 160,000 people in the state, according to a report by the Idaho Capital Sun. Ryan Cole, MD, who has previously come under fire for prescribing ivermectin to COVID patients…

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Wisconsin Conservative Group Finds ‘No Evidence Of Widespread Fraud’ In 2020 Election

Topline A 10-month-long review of Wisconsin’s 2020 election conducted by a conservative group in the state found no signs of widespread or significant election fraud, according to a new report of its findings, further disproving continued baseless allegations of election fraud as the battleground state undergoes a contentious partisan election audit. Residents wait in line…

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Georgia election workers suing conspiracy website over ‘campaign of lies’

Two Georgia election workers who became the target of conspiracy theories around the 2020 election are suing The Gateway Pundit, a far-right website that published false information about them as part of a sweeping effort to sow doubt about the integrity of the vote.The election workers, Ruby Freeman, a retired 911 call center worker, and…

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Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Loses Fourth—And Last—Defamation Lawsuit From Sandy Hook Parents

Topline A judge in Connecticut found conspiracy theorist and right-wing broadcaster Alex Jones liable for damages in defamation lawsuits brought by the families of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school-shooting massacre, which Jones claims was a hoax. Alex Jones of InfoWars talks to reporters outside a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing concerning … [+] foreign…

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Conspiracy Theories Swirl After Democrat Phil Murphy Reelected New Jersey Governor—But There’s No Evidence Of Widespread Fraud

Topline Following the narrow reelection victory of New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D), conspiracy theories about voter fraud began to fly in many online right-wing circles, despite an election night many political commentators said was the best for the GOP in years after sweeping Virginia’s top offices, continuing a trend of baseless fraud claims made…

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A doctor spread COVID misinformation and renewed her license with a mouse click

Dr. Lee Merritt is a orthopedic and spinal surgeon who spreads misinformation about COVID-19. She is affiliated with a prominent right-wing group known as America’s Frontline Doctors. R. Kellman/Screenshot from Rumble hide caption toggle caption R. Kellman/Screenshot from Rumble For much of the pandemic, Dr. Lee Merritt has appeared on talk shows and in lecture…

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Miami private school orders vaccinated students to stay at home for 30 days as ‘precautionary measure’

A private school in Florida will require vaccinated students to stay home for 30 days after each COVID-19 vaccination dose they receive. “Because of the potential impact on other students and our school community, vaccinated students will need to stay at home for 30 days post-vaccination for each dose and booster they receive and may return…

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Chris Christie Tells GOP To ‘Face The Realities’ Of Trump’s Loss And ‘Discredit The Extremists’

Topline Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, an erstwhile ally of former President Donald Trump, on Thursday tore into the ex-president’s political movement and baseless claims of election fraud, urging the Republicans to break with “the conspiracy theorists and the truth deniers” in their ranks. Trump’s once-trusted ally disparaged his cult of personality, all without…

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Trump’s summer at New Jersey golf course included meetings with loyalists and conspiracy theorists

Donald Trump had more on his agenda than golfing this summer.The former president held a series of private meetings at his golf course in New Jersey with loyalists, from people opposed to Covid mask and vaccine mandates to conspiracy theorists who continue to push the false claim that the 2020 election was rigged in favor…

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