Stolen Election

Trump Asks for Absolute Immunity From Jan. 6 Lawsuits

President Donald Trump is seeking absolute immunity from a slate of Jan. 6 lawsuits poised to proceed in the courts.

Trump Praises Karli Lake for Challenging FOX News Over Network’s Failure to Cover Voter Fraud

“She absolutely destroyed [Brett Baier] on the subject of the 2020 Presidential Election Fraud and ‘Irregularities,'” Trump wrote.

Donald Trump Rips Ivanka Trump After Jan. 6 Testimony

Former President Donald Trump publicly rebuked his daughter Ivanka Trump following a clip of her displayed by the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot during a public hearing Thursday evening.

Biden’s New Press SEC Claimed Trump ‘Stole’ the 2016 Election

Karine Jean-Pierre is set to take over as the new White House Press Secretary after Jen Psaki’s last day on May 13.

New W.H. Press Sec. Believes Trump Stole 2016 Presidential Election

"Stolen emails, stolen drone, stolen election ... welcome to the world of #unpresidented Trump," Karine Jean-Pierre tweeted in 2016.

Are Democrats and Joe Biden Up to Their Old Election Tricks?

Over the last 16 tortuous months of the Biden presidency, it’s become clear that the Democrats are running on empty.

Bill Barr Taking Heat From Both Parties for His New Book About Trump

Former Attorney General William Barr is taking fire from the left and the right over his upcoming book about his turbulent tenure in the Trump administration.

Barr Turns on Trump, Saying He Lacks ‘Temperament’ of a Leader

In new book, the former attorney general says it would be 'dismaying' if Trump ran for president again.

America’s Military Should be Used to Oppress the Unvaxxed: Utah Newspaper

The editorial board of the 152-year-old Salt Lake Tribune has demanded that Utah’s governor deploys the National Guard to ensure that individuals unvaccinated against COVID-19 “would not be allowed anywhere.”

Five governorships most likely to change party control in 2022

The balance of power could flip in Washington after next year’s midterm elections if Republicans win a House and/or Senate majority. But state legislatures and governor’s mansions could be in for dramatic changes as well. With 36 governorships up in 2022, here are five among the most likely to change party control.

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