Destructive influencers & other complicit figures of conspiracy and insurrection

Rush Limbaugh Signed On for 2021 Just in Time to Blame Democrats for the Capitol Riot

Outfoxed • Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism • Fox News • BRAVE NEW FILMS • FULL DOCUMENTARY

GOP Rep. Paul Gosar’s siblings call for his removal, citing involvement in Capitol riot

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Opinion | The Roots of Josh Hawley’s Rage

Fox News contributor lauds ‘peaceful’ Proud Boys converging on DC for pro-Trump demonstration

Opinion | How Western media would have covered the storming of the U.S. Capitol if it had happened in another country

The Unlikely Connection Between Wellness Influencers and the Pro-Trump Rioters

Trump, QAnon and the Return of Magic

“Cage said people become wrapped up in conspiracy theories slowly, then all at once. A lot of people get involved with QAnon through another, more palatable conspiracy theory. A mother might join a Facebook parenting group and get drawn in by an anti-vaxxer post. Then she finds her way to other, weirder ideas.

That’s ultimately what’s so tricky about QAnon and its related world: It’s not one clearly defined group of people screaming insane theories into a dark corner of the Internet. It’s a mist quietly settling over society, and people often don’t realize they’re breathing it in. But somewhere, on the other side of Cage’s PredictIt bets, real people are losing money because they believe fervently in the predictive powers of an anonymous message-board poster.” https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2021/01/betting-against-qanon-predictit/617396/

Parler Supporters Shout Censorship, But Check Out What Was Actually Being Allowed On Its Platform

Pompeo offers burst of actions, attacks before leaving State