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YouTube is facing a lawsuit from a group of channel owners who say their rights were violated by the..
The 'Q' movement is a pro-terrorist Trumpian cultWell, we seem to be getting closer to the national realization that this thing that calls itself "QAnon" is, at heart, just another partisan iteration of the..
Patreon will remove creator accounts that promote QAnon contentIllustration by Alex Castro / The Verge
Patreon has updated its policies and will no longer support creator accounts on its platform that “advance..
QAnon in Europe: the meteoric rise of a dangerous conspiracy theory, boosted by the pandemic
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Half of Trump supporters believe in QAnon conspiracy theory's baseless claims, poll findsHalf of Trump supporters — whether they'd heard of QAnon or not — said they believe the core tenets of the conspiracy.
Biden Holds Nationwide Advantage
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Race to the White House: Border closure stops people 'moving to Canada' if Trump winsHistory is repeating itself in more ways than one as Donald Trump chases four more years in office as President of the United States.In 2016, hordes of..
Who is Miles Taylor? 'Anonymous' author was known for working on Donald Trump's immigration policies.Miles Taylor, the "Anonymous" author of a newspaper column that attacked President Donald Trump, was previously criticized by Democrats.
Trump sticks to rallies as COVID-19 roars back
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Trump’s Closing Argument on Virus Clashes With Science, and Voters’ LivesThe president has continued to downplay the severity of the coronavirus and declare before largely maskless crowds that it is vanishing. The surge in new cases..
Inside the Craziest, Most Conspiracy-Filled ‘Church’ in AmericaThe Church of the SubGenius may have originated from the minds of two good ol’ boys living in Texas, but it’s more of a “universal thang” than a “Texas..
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