According to a report from the Washington Post, a small group of die-hard conservatives and Donald Trump supporters who took part in the the so-called "People's Convoy" have yet to go home and have been living in their cars or vans for weeks, meeting each day and wondering why their movement didn't catch on. read more
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Saturday said "no one can convince" her that the rioters behind the Jan. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol were not anti-fascist protesters and that she "cannot wait for a real investigation" to take place, in an apparent snub to the House committee investigation's year-long probe. Greene was speaking with fellow 2020 election conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell, also known as the My Pillow Guy, after attending the Conservative Political Action Conference in Texas when she made her unsupported claims and shared her shock at the day's violence. "I was very upset. I never expected anything like that. And when that happened I thought, this is antifa, and no one can convince me it was so-called Trump supporters, and we know there's a lot wrong there, and I cannot wait for a real investigation," she said, while pointing a finger at anti-fascist protesters.
As his newest merch demonstrates, the former president remains staunchly dedicated to demeaning American politics. read more
While past CPAC's made headlines for installations like a golden statue of Donald Trump, this event featured a man in an orange jumpsuit, wearing a MAGA hat, sitting in a fake jail cell pretending to cry. read more
It's been over a week since former President Donald Trump pledged that he would be filing a lawsuit against CNN. Yet, instead of court documents being filed, Trump appears to be more preoccupied with begging followers to send in money to "support" the so far non-existent legal action. A new fundraising message sent out from the ex-president on Friday said: "I'm calling on my best and most dedicated supporters to add their names to stand with me in my impending LAWSUIT against Fake News CNN."