A Virginia man admitted on live television that he was part of the crowd that attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
During a C-SPAN call-in show, a Republican from Delaware on Thursday casually repeated the false QAnon conspiracy theory that Democrats eat babies, and John McCardle says nothing to dispute it.
Now that wingnut MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has apparently turned on Fox, does that mean he's going to quit propping up the shows that their other advertisers have been fleeing in droves?
When a caller from Atlanta wants to know why Democrats are keeping a Senate bill from passing, the Nation's Justice Correspondent explains who's truly in charge of the Senate.
This is what happens when you hitch your wagon to a congenital liar who is loyal to no one but himself, and who has already said "I take no responsibility at all" when it comes to the coronavirus.
Back-to-back callers on CSpan caught everyone's attention Thursday evening.
One America News Network (OANN) anchor Liz Wheeler on Tuesday faced accusations that she uses her platform to spread divisive language.
She called on the Republican line in favor of reparations, but took a bizarre approach. Mystal treated her with more respect than many would have.
Too bad Seb Gorka has a seat at CSpan, but at least Amy from Georgia let him know what we all think of him.
Every once in a while, a CSpan caller serves up a bowl of truth. Good for you, "Amy from Georgia."
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