MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell suggested that Fox News failing to invite him on air to discuss false election fraud claims against Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems was suspicious during a Friday appearance on former Trump adviser Steve Bannon's podcast.
"The election of 2020 is going bye-bye," the MyPillow CEO claimed in podcast hosted by Steve Bannon.
Lindell, a staunch supporter of Donald Trump, claimed his upcoming platform will be the "safest" and "securest" website dedicated to free speech.
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn't plan on being a career politician and she told Steve Bannon she gave up an "awesome life" to join Congress.
"The first act of President Trump as speaker [of the House] will be to impeach Joe Biden," Bannon predicted.
"This is a case that should never have been brought because the dismissed indictment is a clear violation of New York law," said Paul Manafort's lawyer Todd Blanche on Monday.
"They're going to try to convict him in the eyes of the American people and smear him forever," Trump's former chief White House strategist said.
Giuliani alleged on Friday that the insurrection from pro-Trump supporters was organized by a person with ties to the Lincoln Project.
"You can't throw a charge out there like that," Bannon told Giuliani after the attorney claimed an unnamed individual from the Lincoln Project helped plan the Capitol riot.
President Donald Trump issued dozens of pardons and commutations on his last full day in office.
In August 2020, Bannon was indicted for fraud and money laundering connected to the We Build the Wall campaign, a $25 million GoFundMe crowdfunding purportedly helping Donald Trump to construct a border wall
There is speculation about the president making final use of his clemency powers as his time in the White House draws to a close.
President Trump and his inner circle thought they were winning the post-election political battle. "Then all hell broke loose," said a longtime aide.
Facebook ruled that a video of Bannon calling for the infectious disease expert, Dr. Fauci's head to be put on a spike outside the White House, had not violated enough rules to warrant a suspension.
"We have specific rules around how many times you need to violate certain policies before we will deactivate your account completely," Zuckerberg said.
The president's own Twitter account is currently littered with warning flags, including a post from today falsely claiming that he "easily" won the election.
A video has surfaced of Bannon calling for Dr. Anthony Fauci and FBI director Chris Wray to be beheaded.
The former Trump strategist says Dr. Fauci should be more than just fired.
Mulvaney noted that Trump "doesn't like losing," adding, "I would absolutely put him on the shortlist of people who are likely to run in 2024."
Speaking during the War Room: Pandemic podcast, co-host Raheem Kassam called for U.S. authorities to storm Twitter HQ and "seize every piece of equipment," complaining of election interference.
"Laboratory origin is not supported by the evidence, no matter how many absurd preprint 'reports' you fail to get through peer review," scientist Angela Rasmussen, PhD responded.
Leading experts in evolutionary biology and infectious disease told Newsweek that the research paper is weak; it offers no new information and makes numerous unsubstantiated claims.
Two new reports show engineering concerns about Trump's privately-built border wall, which experts say is at risk of collapse.
"We're off the coast of St. Tropez in southern France in the Mediterranean," Bannon said in the clip. "We're on the million-dollar yacht, Brian Kolfage. And Brian Kolfage, you took all that money from Build a Wall."
"He has information not only about Donald Trump, but about those around him," said Barbara McQuade, the former U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan.
Bannon appeared in court Thursday accused of fraud related to an online fundraising campaign for Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico.
The president claimed he did not support We Build the Wall, despite allies with ties to the alleged scheme and his son once offering the organization praise for trying to help his father complete a campaign promise.
Steve Bannon and three others involved in the "We Build the Wall" online fundraising campaign allegedly funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars from the $25 million raised to fund lavish lifestyles.
President Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday he believed the border wall project Steve Bannon was arrested for was created for "showboating reasons."