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Oct 19 2023
ATLANTA — Lawyer Sidney Powell pleaded guilty to reduced charges Thursday over efforts to overturn Donald Trump’s loss in the 2020 election in Georgia, becoming the second defendant in the sprawling case to reach a deal with prosecutors. Powell, who was charged alongside Trump and 17 others with violating the state’s anti-racketeering law, entered the plea just a day before jury selection wasLongview News-Journal
Oct 19 2023
Lawyer Sidney Powell pleaded guilty to reduced charges Thursday over efforts to overturn Donald Trump’s loss in the 2020 election in Georgia, becoming the second defendant in the sprawling case to reach a deal with prosecutors. Powell, who was charged alongside Trump and 17 others with violating the state’s anti-racketeering law, entered the plea just a day before jury selection was set toTodays Chronic
Jan 16 2023
Claim: Several U.S. media outlets have suggested the recent insurrection in Brazil was inspired by the events of January 6, 2021.
Who said it:
Politico, CNN, and the New York Times. CNN anchor Jim Sciutto, who is back on the air after a mysterious leave of absence to address a "personal situation," wondered if "election denialism" had become a "new U.S. export." This was "not aWashington Free Beacon
Nov 07 2023
A new House Judiciary Committee report offers details describing how the Department of Homeland Security coordinated with Stanford University and “other entities” to censor Americans leading up to the 2020 election. The document explains how an “Election Integrity Partnership” (EIP) was created to outsource ‘the newly emerging censorship-industrial complex.’” DHS allegedly outsourced thisIndependent Journal Review
Jul 13 2022
We at the Washington Free Beacon love the fact-checkers. When they’re "fact-checking" us, we know we must be doing something right.
The righteousness of our reporting has pushed this genre of faux journalism to its very limits: rules bent, reasoning contorted, and the endless invention of new ways to accuse us of hurting Democrats purveying misinformation.
The latest from theWashington Free Beacon
Jun 07 2023
View the most recent version of the AllSides Fact Check Bias Chart™ here.
After reviewing the political bias of numerous fact-checkers, the latest version of the AllSides Fact Check Bias Chart™ features multiple changes and new additions.
Here’s what’s new in Version 2:Moved Lead Stories from Center to Lean Left Added the Washington Henry A. Brechter
Oct 17 2023
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday decried the gag order issued on him by the federal judge overseeing his federal 2020 election subversion case, claiming she “took away my right to speak.” “We’re being railroaded. And I have other trials where we’re being railroaded. You saw yesterday where they took away my right to speak. I won’t be able to speak like I’m speaking to you,” Trump toldCNN (Online News)
Oct 24 2023
The House GOP's latest Speaker nominee might be undone by a single vote: the one he cast to certify the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Rep. Tom Emmer (R-MN), the House GOP’s Majority Whip, beat six other candidates on Tuesday to become the party’s third Speaker nominee in the three weeks since former Speaker Kevin McCarthy was removed. But it didn’t take long before Emmer’s chancesDaily Beast
Oct 07 2020
Recently, I released a video that called California’s fires “government fueled.”
A few days later, Facebook inserted a warning on my video: “Missing Context. Independent fact-checkers say this information could mislead.”
Some of my viewers now feel betrayed. One wrote: “Shameful, John… what happened to you!!? Your reporting was always fair… (but) your… fires story was so… unfairJohn Stossel
Oct 23 2023
WASHINGTON — After House Republicans dropped Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, as the nominee for House speaker Friday, nine candidates threw their hat in the ring for the top spot. But only two of those lawmakers voted to certify the 2020 election, raising questions among some Republicans about where they'll lend their support in the speaker battle. After former Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., was"USA Today" Contributor