Mike Lindell invites Chinese Communist Party to 'cyber symposium' for 'gladiator fight' on election

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Monday said that he would invite the Chinese Communist Party to a cyber symposium to prove that it had attacked the United States by stealing the 2020 election for President Joe Biden.

"We're in a race against time here," Lindell told host Steve Bannon on Real America's Voice. "One of the things that we're going [to do] is a cyber forensic election symposium. We're bringing all of our evidence to a big venue I haven't announced yet."

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CNN reporter targeted by Trump DOJ breaks her silence -- and says she wants answers

CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr on Monday broke her silence about revelations that the United States Department of Justice under former President Donald Trump issued sweeping subpoenas for her phone records.

While talking with hosts Briana Keilar and John Berman, Starr said she was "dumbfounded" by the broad scope of the subpoena issued for her records.

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Jim Jordan melts down on Fox News with paranoid rant about 'the left' controlling everything

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Sunday lashed out at what he said is liberal "control" over the lives of the American people.

During an appearance on Fox News's Sunday Morning Futures program, Jordan was asked about news reports claiming that the tax returns of wealthy Americans had been leaked to journalists.

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OAN host's fundraising group is underwriting expenses for out-of-state GOPers traveling to see Arizona 'audit'

A fundraising group, under the direction of a One America News Network (OAN) host, is now footing the bill to cover travel expenses for out-of-state Republican legislators to tour the botched election audit currently underway in Maricopa County, Ariz.

According to Talking Points Memo, Voices and Votes is the group led by Christina Bobb, a former Trump administration official who currently works as a host for the One America News Network (OAN). Back in April, Bobb gradually became more vocal about the group's fundraising efforts noting that it had surpassed the $150,000 milestone.

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Glenn Beck admits he was never sorry about any of it — especially not when he called Obama a racist

Glenn Beck returned to his former stomping grounds on Wednesday night, appearing on Fox News' Tucker Carlson show to make clear that he is no longer "sorry about all that," referencing the conservative media mogul's most controversial takes over the years.

"This president [Barack Obama], I think, has exposed himself as a guy, over and over and over again, who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture," Beck stated back in 2009 appearance on the "Fox & Friends" morning program.

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'We're being marginalized!' Fox News hosts explode at Black people 'trying to take down the white culture'

The hosts of Fox & Friends on Wednesday claimed that white people are being "marginalized" by an effort to provide racial justice education in schools.

Hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade expressed angst while discussing the possibility that schools are teaching "critical race theory," a term that they did not define.

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Steve Bannon pushes 'major effort' to 'bring Joe Manchin into the Republican party'

Conservative broadcaster Steve Bannon on Monday pushed for a "major effort" to "bring Joe Manchin into the Republican party."

During a rant on Real America's Voice, Bannon explained how Republicans can take over the Senate by enticing the West Virginia Democrat to switch parties.

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Fox News guests battle over US history: 'We treated slaves nicely -- that's not the truth!'

Two Fox News guests argued on Sunday over whether critical race theory has corrupted the U.S. history curriculum in American schools.

Fox News host Mike Emmanuel began the discussion by suggesting that critical race theory is a "religion of division."

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Anti-abortion Mississippi governor claims fetuses can live outside the womb at 15 weeks

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) defended his state's controversial abortion ban by claiming that fetuses can live outside the womb at 15 weeks.

Reeves made the dubious assertion during a Sunday interview with CNN host Jake Tapper, who pointed out that the Supreme Court is expected to hear arguments against Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban. The law also has no exceptions for women and children who became pregnant through rape or incest.

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Glenn Greenwald rages at 'liberal' critics: 'Going on Fox News makes me some kind of a traitor'

Glenn Greenwald on Sunday insisted that he is not a "traitor" to journalism in light of his repeated appearances on Fox News.

During an interview with Fox News host Howard Kurtz, Greenwald pushed back against a Daily Beast article that suggested he is the "new master of right-wing media."

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Chris Wallace destroys GOP scam of demonizing Dr. Fauci: 'There seems to be no hard evidence'

Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday called out Republicans for demonizing Dr. Anthony Fauci without "hard evidence" that he has been wrong about the origins of the COVID-19 virus.

During a panel discussion on Fox News Sunday, Wallace suggested to former RNC Communications Director Doug Heye that Fauci had unfairly become a target of conservatives after he downplayed theories that the COVID-19 virus escaped from a Chinese lab.

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Chris Wallace tears into Corey Lewandowski: 'You're going to blame the president's inaction on Dr. Fauci?'

Fox News host Chris Wallace grilled Corey Lewandowski on former President Donald Trump's "inaction" during the COVID-19 pandemic.

During an interview on Fox News, Lewandowski floated the idea of a special congressional commission to investigate China and the origins of the COVID-19 virus.

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'You're doing it exactly the wrong way': Chris Wallace shreds Joe Manchin for enabling GOP 'obstruction'

Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday challenged Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), who is refusing to support filibuster reform to pass a voting rights bill and other progressive initiatives.

"You said you oppose scrapping the filibuster," Wallace noted. "The question I have is whether or not -- and you say that you hope that will bring the parties together -- the question I have is whether or not you're doing it exactly the wrong way?"

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