The My Pillow founder had promised for weeks that the lawsuit would be filed with the Supreme Court by Thanksgiving.
The Trump loyalist called the network "controlled opposition" even as it confirmed MyPillow ads continue to run across Fox News.
On Sunday she refuted claims that the "deep state" coordinated the Capitol riot to set up Trump supporters.
The GOP congressman's criticism comes as the Fox News host defended his new special, which suggests the January 6 attack against the Capitol was a "false flag" operation.
Attorney Ben Ginsburg said the former president's allegations are simply "not true" and have "no evidence" to back them.
Liz Cheney knocked Fox News as well, saying the special would "spread the same type of lies that provoked violence on January 6."
Only 52 percent of registered voters expressed "trust" in the U.S. election system as Trump continues to claim Biden won through widespread fraud.
David Clarke described what happened on January 6 as a "frat party" and said an insurrection needs to be better organized.
In a nod to QAnon, the event in Utah opened with a prayer for God's protection from a "satanic cabal."
The Republican congressman suggested that the GOP House leader is only against "truth tellers."
One internet sleuth claimed to see "a hand reaching out" of the flower bed and said: "Stranger things have happened."
Many QAnon followers have looked for proof that President Joe Biden is not actually the leader of the U.S. and that other forces are somehow in charge.
The pro-Trump attorney's lawyers previously argued that "no reasonable person" would believe her election claims.
U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly said that Doug Jensen violated provisions of his initial release from jail that he couldn't access the internet or use a cellphone.
Diana's death 24 years ago sparked a raft of conspiracy theories that were ultimately debunked—but not before police asked her ex-husband Prince Charles about them.
"You will be shocked to hear that Joe Biden is still the president of the United States," Mehdi Hasan said.
Akiva Goldsman spoke out after one woman expressed concerns that the COVID-19 vaccine might turn her into a zombie.
The report called President Donald Trump "probably the biggest promotor of COVID-19 misinformation" and said he sparked hyperpartisan fighting, which prevented Democrat and Republican lawmakers from combating the virus spread.
Some "even went so far as to say, 'Please, please, please don't let anybody know that I got this vaccine," Priscilla Frase, MD, said.
"How many Chauvins are there?" one QAnon conspiracy theorist asked.
The MyPillow CEO claimed Trump "will be in office by this fall" after a July "cyber symposium" he plans to hold.
The CDC has already challenged and dispelled the 'vaccines make you magnetic' theory under its Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines page
Rob Marrocco attempted to prove the magnet sticking wasn't due to his sticky skin by using baby powder in a TikTok video.
"If that were me up there, I'd be doing the same thing," said one attendee at the Georgia Republican Convention.
The MyPillow CEO said he aims to submit his "evidence" of election fraud to the Supreme Court in July.
"I hope that means that we could have Donald Trump back in the White House by August," the MyPillow CEO said.
A quilt featuring a prominent "Q" for QAnon also sold for thousands of dollars.
Trump "should definitely get the remainder of his term and make the best of it," the attorney said Saturday at a "For God & Country Patriot Roundup" conference in Dallas.
"The reason he was there is because he was a dumbass and believed what he heard on Fox News," an attorney representing one of the defendants said.
Nearly a quarter of GOP voters said they believed the country is largely controlled by Satan-worshipping elites.