Gen. Hyten, who is the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the country's second highest-ranking military officer, does not have personal social media profiles, his spokesperson said.
While their hero Donald Trump will be out of office, diehard followers of Q's theories are likely to adapt as opposed to giving up.
Lucy Lawless is being called a "bada**" on Twitter for taking down her former co-star Kevin Sorbo and his pro-Trump conspiracy theories.
TikTok users are falsely claiming that Helen Keller either did not exist or was not really deaf and blind.
The GOP senator from Iowa received the COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday despite saying earlier she was "so skeptical" of the coronavirus mortality rate and suggesting health-care workers were faking the number of COVID deaths.
"While you are entitled to your own opinions, Ms. Powell," the company wrote in a letter to Powell, "you are not entitled to your own facts."
Some people responded to Jones' speech by saying he was inciting violence against the president-elect—and that the Secret Service and FBI should know about it.
Wearing a messy blonde wig and sloppy red lipstick, the actor emulated the viral witness video to hilarious effect to show just how ridiculous the testimony was.
According to the Department of Justice, the officers "punched, kneed, and kicked the inmate in the face, head, and body dozens of times."
Videos show protesters upset about the election results, urging that Republican officials are not re-elected for "not explicitly helping Trump to 'stop the steal.'"
The conservative news network's CEO tweeted that President-Elect Joe Biden "should be working on a way to clear all the charges he faces" for voter fraud, despite the fact that most claims about voter fraud have been debunked.
The congresswoman-elect tweeted that masks were "oppressive" to massive backlash, despite wearing a mask herself during her freshmen orientation.
Cohen was referring to a deleted scene from "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm," where actress Maria Bakalova, who played Borat's daughter, accompanied OAN correspondent Chanel Rion to the White House.
Don't expect Biden's win to quiet the ongoing feud between Obama and Trump.
A Florida musician claims his song was unfairly removed from Soundcloud for a title, which references QAnon, while N.W.A.'s classic song "F**k Tha Police" is still available on the platform.
In a motion filed earlier this month, Jones' attorney said the conspiracy theorist doesn't believe Sandy Hook was a hoax.
Many said that it was ridiculous that Trump didn't say the conspiracy wasn't true and that he didn't disavow the group's support.
Angela Stanton King also responded "you know they are" when asked if Wayfair are secretly trafficking children.
"Dare anyone represent Facebook to discuss with me point-to-point in a live broadcast, based on my two reports on the lab-origin of COVID-19 by CCP regime," Li-Meng Yan's account tweeted this week.
"My mom has done nothing wrong... what they have done is try to make me silent," Li-Meng Yan said this week after fueling conspiracy theories about the origin of the virus.
In response to an uptick in conspiracy theories circulating about Trump testing positive for COVID-19, the Florida senator called for the White House to be transparent in its updates.
COVID-19 is definitely real but millions of people around the world believe it isn't. Is it just a perfect storm of conspiracy theorists congregating around one issue?
"I hope that this is real because it only means America is getting stronger and better, and people are returning to conservative values, and that's what I am for," Lauren Boebert said in May of the QAnon movement.
The social media profile of Dr. Li-Meng Yan went dark this week as the academic claimed to have evidence the Chinese government was involved in making the infectious novel coronavirus.
Even though celebrities are a frequent target of the far-right conspiracy theory, a few celebrities have used their platform to amplify it.
Senator Louise Lucas, local NAACP representatives and employees of the public defender's office were charged with felonies connected to a June protest against a Confederate monument in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Poll also showed 36 percent believe aliens occasionally visit Earth.
"I recognize that this segment does need to be reworked to provide better context, and as such we are delaying the airing of the episode for one week," said Eric Bolling, who hosts the series where conspiracy theorists' interviews are set to appear, on Saturday.