Summer and election season tend to be unproductive.
It’s hard not to see new reports about Ginni Thomas’s efforts to subvert the 2020 election outside of Clarence Thomas’s recent chiding about Roe v. Wade.
In a legal filing, Eastman tries to cast fraud concerns as legitimate. The evidence he cites to do so is not good.
Two maps used in Dinesh D’Souza’s film are clearly not depicting geolocated data.
Everything is fine, except that it isn’t.
Both of the Trump-aligned candidates for the Senate in Pennsylvania identified Hannity as playing a key role in the results.
Can a DeSantis-style base play win a statewide election in Pennsylvania?
The Fox News host thinks he’s very clever.
Over the course of an hour-long conversation, D’Souza explains why his movie doesn’t include evidence for its claims.
There is no nefarious plan among elites to subvert native-born (that is, White) Americans, and there is no rapid replacement of Americans with immigrants.