The head of Cowboys for Trump says a good Democrat is a dead one. And protesters in Kentucky hanged the governor in effigy.
Will Sommer is a tech reporter for The Daily Beast. He previously worked as a campaign editor at The Hill, and as a political columnist for Washington City Paper.
The latest villain is the one that health officials say is integral to stopping the reemergence of the disease.
Jo Rae Perkins will be the Republican nominee for Senate in Oregon. And, boy, she’s not your usual candidate.
QAnon users are posting make-at-home recipes for hydroxychloroquine as Trump says he’s using the drug
The man literally said he eats from forks that have fallen on restaurant floors as proof that you don’t have to worry about the virus.
The ultimate of insults has been thrown down: that an anti-vaccine activist actually supports vaccines.
Christian Stanley Ferguson tried to recruit members of his militia on meme website iFunny, according to social media posts
There are a lot of unanswered questions about the death of Duncan Lemp. But his story has become a rallying cry for the so-called Boogaloos protesting stay-at-home orders.
Flynn is a central figure to the QAnon narrative. And the DOJ’s decision to drop charges against him is causing widespread glee and even more insanity.
Dr. Judy Mikovits is portrayed as a science genius in a conspiracy film about the coronavirus—but her own research history is dubious and the video is full of bizarre claims.