William Arthur Leary said he doesn't trust mainstream media and prefers Infowars, the far-right conspiracy site run by Alex Jones.
The two-time World Series winner has long been an outspoken supporter of Donald Trump and hinted he may join the GOP's primaries for the next presidential race.
Incumbent president claims to have a 2.8 handicap, while the president-elect picked up the sport over three decades after Trump.
Biden won California by almost five million votes as the Golden State voted for a Democratic candidate for the eighth consecutive presidential election.
Kinnock could not be happier for the president-elect and is even willing to reprise his role as Biden's "greatest ever speechwriter."
A long-time Trump supporter, the former UFC star won one of the three vacant seats on the City Council of his hometown of Huntington Beach.
Ballot workers in Allegheny County received a pleasant surprise on Wednesday night, when meals were delivered to the 80,000-square feet voting site.
Former Bucks head coach George Karl believes the team's social justice efforts helped flip the state blue.
Former World Series winners Curt Schilling and Aubrey Huff both shared their support for the president, while former NFL safety Jack Brewer lambasted FOX News.
Early on Wednesday morning, Trump claimed without any proof that he won the election and that a fraud was being perpetrated on American voters.
The former Heisman Trophy winner said parts of the Black electorate were shifting towards Trump as they felt let down by the lack of social progress.
The former San Francisco 49ers has been an outspoken opponent of Trump during his first term, but did not vote four years ago.
The two-time World Series winner expects Trump to win 487 electoral votes, the biggest amount since Reagan won in his first term in 1980.
"We need your vote like never before," Curry says in the video, before calling for Americans not to be intimidated and head to the polls.
The Los Angeles Lakers star has been an outspoken supporter of Democratic nominee Joe Biden and renewed his plea to voters ahead of Election Day.
The former Green Bay Packers quarterback urged people to vote for Trump to defend what "makes the country great".
NFL owners have donated $5 million to the Republicans over the last four years, compared to donations of just under $900,000 towards Democratic causes.
A new report shows NFL owners have donated a combined $5 million to Republican causes over the last four years, with donations to Democratic campaigns amounting to less than $1 million.
The Golden Bear took to Twitter to urge Americans to vote for Trump on November 3 to ensure they can continue to pursue their American Dream.
Several former NFL players and current NFL owners support Trump, who can also count on the vote of a host of former MLB players.
The four-time NBA champion called on African Americans to turn out and vote, during a recent interview alongside Barack Obama.
The vice presidential nominee couldn't control her laughter, and Twitter users have jumped on her exaggerated response.
A Republican candidate hasn't carried California since 1988 but the two-time World Series champion backs Trump to buck the trend.
The four-time NBA champion posted the picture on his Instagram story where he also encouraged Americans to vote in the November 3 election.
The former NFL star defended Trump and insisted the president was not racist and that some of his comments had been misinterpreted.
In a lengthy interview with the president, the former FOX Sports anchor denounced antifa and thanked Trump for bringing back college football.