'Lots of drama at Stop-the-Steal High': Trump allies are tearing each other apart as election loss fades from view
Sidney Powell with Rudy Giuliani at elections press conference (Photo: Screen capture)

Some of the most prominent election fraud conspiracists are tearing each other apart in a conflict reminiscent of a TV drama set in high school.

Donald Trump's biggest election-fraud conspiracists -- Lin Wood, Sidney Powell and Michael Flynn -- have turned on one another more than a year after his loss, a split that accelerated after teenage vigilante Kyle Rittenhouse turned on his former lawyer over $2 million in bail money raised online, reported The Daily Beast.

"That really puts Lin Wood in a hot spot because Kyle Rittenhouse is just the darling of the right, right now," said Daily Beast reporter Will Sommer on the website's "Fever Dreams" podcast.

Former Trump White House adviser-turned-right-wing podcaster Sebastian Gorka has branded Wood a "fraud," and Powell has not spoke out in support of her former legal ally.

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"Now Lin Wood is just spiraling out," Sommer said. "You can see how it's open season on him right now...There's a lot of drama at Stop-the-Steal High today."

Wood has denounced Powell and Flynn, who he accused of dabbling in the occult, and the former Trump allies have been trading barbs on right-wing social media.

"Sidney Powell, Lin Wood, and Michael Flynn," said co-host Asawin Suebsaeng. "If they can't be held together with the anti-democratic MAGA glue that brought them so tightly together, especially in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, who is going to make it?"