She was complaining about a library book that mentioned the act.
On Sep 19, 2021 by Kathryn Cardin
How an Oath Keeper brought QAnon to the masses
How JuiceLand strikers and ride-hailing drivers are organizing online
TikTokers are sharing their own experiences in YouTube’s ‘alt-right pipeline’
School staff are heard saying that they do not want the man there.
On Sep 18, 2021 by Jillian Price
The company says that it doesn't think workers 'need a third party to speak on their behalf.'
On Sep 17, 2021 by Claire Goforth
Rob Monster sparred with journalist and hackers and even asked Jesus to rebuke the demons in the room.
On Sep 17, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
The Senate has proposed extending the broadband benefit program, but lowering the monthly subsidy.
On Sep 17, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
She once said 'bad fajitas' were worse than catching COVID.
'It took one hour and 47 minutes.'
On Sep 16, 2021 by Moises Mendez II
A teen joined ISIS after the group interacted with her on Twitter—now she's begging to be allowed home
On Sep 16, 2021 by Colleen Cronin
Turns out there are financial repercussions to cozying up with the far-right.
On Sep 16, 2021 by Claire Goforth
The UN noted that the technology posts 'a serious risk to human rights.'
On Sep 16, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
He built QAlerts, a popular QAnon app. He's also an Oath Keeper.
'They are fully compromised end-to-end.'
On Sep 16, 2021 by Mikael Thalen