Republican congressional candidate Vernon Jones wants his election into Congress to be an immediate pathway for Donald Trump to be president again.
"If I run and if I win, we will treat those people from January 6 fairly. We will treat them fairly," Donald Trump said during a rally in Texas. "And if it requires pardons, we will give them pardons. Because they are being treated so unfairly."
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has been steadily building a case over the past year, giving Trump more consideration than a Republican Secretary of State trying to persecute non-partisan groups distributing water to people at the polls.
It goes without saying that anything related to Donald Trump is in some sort of way attached to controversy, and apparently that rings true when it comes to "Blacks For Trump" founder Maurice Symonette.
Donald Trump, who has made a living from harassing, intimidating and retaliating against people, has ironically filed a retaliatory lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia "Tish" James and accused her of trying to "harass, intimidate and retaliate against" him for investigating him.
Donald Trump has announced that he will be starting a new social media platform called TRUTH Social, which he says will "stand up to the tyranny of big tech," which he has accused of silencing conservative voices.
Trump may have lost the election, but he's gained a loyal legion of notable Black supporters who will seemingly do anything to prove their loyalty to the man they worship blindly. These "Blacks For Trump" are unwavering in their support of all things MAGA.
The antiquated notion of "balanced presentation" doesn't seem to have kept up with the times. As a product of the cable-news industry, it looks like C-SPAN has learned nothing about disinformation and the false choice of covering "both sides" undisturbed.
Still stinging from the election defeat he refuses to accept as truth, Omarosa Manigault Newman and Eddy Grant handed Trump back-to-back two more Ls within 24 hours of each other after judges' separate rulings.
People who supported a man with 26 sexual misconduct allegations against him had a lot to say about the sexual assault allegations against Andrew Cuomo and his resignation.