Disgraced operative Roger Stone should be in prison. Instead he's concocting bizarre voter fraud conspiracy theories that involve -- North Korean boats?
The right-wing "free speech" site, to which whiny conservatives fled once Twitter and Facebook began limiting their ability to spread lies, is doing some censoring of its own, it would appear.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has withdrawn a lien on Roger Stone for over $1 million after President Donald Trump, a longtime friend, commuted his 3-year prison sentence.
Emails sent from the “Proud Boys” to Florida Democrats, telling them to vote for Trump “or we will come after you,” are being investigated by the FBI and the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office.
He also wants him to arrest Mark Zuckerberg.
"Force will be met with force. That's the way this is going to have to work. It's really unfortunate," he told Alex Jones.
After reminding PMG DeJoy that delaying the delivery of the mail is a crime, Rep. Jim Cooper asks him "Is your backup plan to be pardoned like Roger Stone?"
A new 966-page report released Tuesday by the GOP-led Senate Intelligence Committee reads like the bestselling spy thriller that the Special Counsel's Russia investigation failed to deliver.
Barr yelled at Rep. Johnson, Dem from Georgia, "I’m here to tell my story!" Actually, he isn't. He is there to answer questions.
The former Secretary of State told Joy Reid, "I think it's pretty clear that Stone threatened him."
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