The Georgia Republican called the actions of Rudy Giuliani trying to flip the presidential election "undemocratic" and "un-American."
Fred Piccolo cited "stress" for his reason for deleting the much-reviled Twitter account.
Gee, suddenly Newsmax wants to make clear that nothing they've broadcast about the election, Dominion machines or Smartmatic software is remotely true.
CNN's reporter called out Propaganda Barbie for accusing them of disinformation, when she's the one who lies to them every time she opens her mouth.
Bill Hemmer lets Matt Schlapp ooze "Trump Won Nevada!" BS all over his show, but Chris Hahn manages to cut them both down to size.
In rural towns across America, men with guns have been roaming the streets, looking out for the threat to their homes they were warned about on Facebook: hordes of ravening “antifa” activists, loaded en masse onto buses and intent on wreaking havoc.
It's not enough, but it's a step in the right direction, Melissa Ryan says.
Fox host Tucker Carlson gives his fellow hosts a hand -- helping to make as many of their viewers as humanly possible infected with this deadly virus.
Tucker Carlson continues his network's habit of pushing dangerous misinformation to their viewers about coronavirus while attacking blue state governors for continuing lockdowns.
Ellen DeGeneres producer Andy Lassner seems to have single-handedly started a Twitter trend that will surely have the thin-skinned bullyboy Sean Hannity gnashing his teeth.
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