Lawrence Paul Visoski Jr., who was Jeffrey Epstein's pilot for almost 30 years, has given evidence at the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.
The Jan. 6 defendant repeatedly cried during his FBI interview in which he said he attacked the police officer. His lawyer now wants the interview thrown out.
The Telegram user said: "I told a few of my 'awake' friends that either this would be the best Thanksgiving ever or the worst. Guess which one it was?"
Conspiracy theorists now believe the teenager, who was acquitted over the Kenosha shootings last Friday, is being manipulated by the "deep state."
A woman told Newsweek her sister had joined the QAnon followers in Dallas and gave $200,000 to the group.
One white supremacist said: "Literal National Socialists are celebrating your failure. We hope that eats away at you for a long time. Hail Rittenhouse."
Jacob Chansley, better known as the QAnon Shaman, was sentenced to 41 months on Wednesday. Some conspiracy theorists claim he is an FBI or antifa plant.
The QAnon conspiracy followers believe that JFK Jr. did not die in 1999 and has, in fact, been in hiding for decades.
Several people in MAGA and QAnon Telegram channels ask why they would allow Democrats to win the 2022 midterms and the next presidential election.
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 lengthy Facebook outage kept 3.5 billion users from accessing its services on WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger for roughly 6 hours.
The far-right congressional candidate who has spread falsehoods about the vaccine previously described the virus as no worse that eating "bad fajitas."
The far-right political commentator said he has experienced dizziness, headache, chills, foggy head, nausea, coughing, and difficulty breathing.
Ron Watkins, a senior figure in the QAnon movement, said: "Acknowledge the distractions but don't focus on them."
The pro-Trump attorney suggested online divisions among QAnon believers could be "the work of the enemy."
QAnon supporters speculate on apparent hidden meaning behind social media photo posted moments after antivirus programmer was reported dead in Spain.
A QAnon Telegram profile with 338,000 subscribers, which also shares neo-Nazi propaganda, is among those suggesting followers of the conspiracy theory became elected officials.
The conspiracy theorists come to the realization that Trump will not be president by end of the year if he is touring the country with former Fox News host.
The fines signal a larger crackdown from Russian authorities on what they deem unlawful social media content.
The GhostEzra Telegram profile frequently shares antisemitic conspiracy theories with more than 334,000 followers.
"Any violation of international air transport rules must bear consequences," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said.
Milo Yiannopoulos, who has a weekly show on the network, claimed the company was laying off all its staff.
Followers of Lindell on his Telegram channel were once again left confused after Frank went live, with many still unable to create personal accounts a day after launch.
The launch date of Frank came after weeks of hype from Lindell, who claimed it would be able to handle a billion users. Users were once again left disappointed.
The MyPillow CEO's followers on Telegram were left confused and frustrated last week after the teased "VIP access" failed to take place without explanation.
One Telegram user complained: "No communication, no text... no one knows what is going on. Doesn't feel good."
At its height, the Sabmyk disinformation network had more than 1 million followers across dozens of Telegram channels.
Undeterred by their failure last weekend, white supremacists are promoting a "peaceful march" in May.
Across the U.S., "White Lives Matter" rallies were poorly attended as counter-protesters outnumbered white nationalists.
The Anti-Defamation League said, "it's incredibly disturbing YouTube continues to provide Robert Rundo with an outlet for his bigotry."