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Megachurch pastor who was invited to Trump’s White House declares New Zealand terror attack a ‘false flag’

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Rodney Howard-Browne, a Trump-loving pastor who was invited to the White House to pray for the president in 2017, went off on a crazed Twitter rant on Friday in which he said that the massacre of 49 Muslims in New Zealand was part of a “false flag” conspiracy meant to silence conservatives.

“There is no doubt that what happened in New Zealand as horrific as it is, is a false flag that will be blamed on conservatives when it’s all said and done!” he wrote. “Only a total nutjob lunatic, insane demonized freak goes into a building and kills people, it’s unacceptable on every level!”

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Shortly after calling the shooting a “false flag” attack, the pastor wrote about the right-wing conspiracy theory claiming that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg is actually dead, before then retweeting right-wing polemicist Dinesh D’Souza, who tried to downplay the significance of the New Zealand massacre.

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‘The worst I’ve seen’: Conservative reacts in horror to Trump’s ‘dangerous’ abuse of executive powers

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Conservative Quin Hillyer has long been an advocate of restraining the power of the executive branch under both Democratic and Republican presidents -- and now he thinks it's time for the United States Senate to clamp down on President Donald Trump.

In his latest column for the Washington Examiner, Hillyer argues that the strongest defense of Trump's conduct lies in an expansive view of executive power that makes the president virtually unaccountable for any wrongdoing.

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Trump-loving pastor runs shady outreach program that literally gives black voters envelopes stuffed with cash

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Darrell Scott, a pastor from Cleveland who is a staunch ally of President Donald Trump, has been running a shady program to help win over black voters for the president that literally involves handing them envelopes stuffed with cash.

Politico reports that a Scott-run nonprofit organization called the Urban Revitalization Coalition has been holding events in black communities in which voters hear effusive praise about the president and then are given the opportunity to win cash prizes.

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Trump fan who claimed Yovanovitch surveillance introduced himself as DEA agent: report

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A Dutch superfan of President Donald Trump has been pretending to be a U.S. federal law enforcement officer and claimed to be starting up a tech surveillance company, according to newly revealed documents and interviews with associates.

Anthony de Caluwe first surfaced in the Ukraine saga after text messages released by House investigators showed him sending encrypted messages about former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch's movements in Kyiv, and NBC News has turned up new details about his shady past.

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