Right-wingers rush to the defense of Brett Kavanaugh in wake of sexual assault allegation

On Sunday, Brett Kavanaugh's accuser ditched her anonymity, putting a name behind the allegations whispered around Washington, D.C. Christine Blasey Ford, a professor at Palo Alto University, came forward as the author of the letter detailing an alleged encounter with Kavanaugh in the early 1980s. Ford told The Washington Post that Kavanaugh attempted to rape her at a high school party.

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These anonymous Twitter accounts are the real Intellectual Dark Web -- and they’re calling out right-wing media

There's an ideological war raging in the U.S. That's what Commentary magazine's John Podhoretz said in a recent podcast, anyways. And he's not wrong. It might not be a conflict as epic as the Second World War. It's not being fought on a battlefield or in research labs. But it is consuming much of the discourse in 2018, especially on Twitter.

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Kremlin-backed state media attacks McCain following his death: 'An implacable opponent of Russia'

It seems as if every American has offered some words of John McCain. The "maverick" senator, who almost became the president of the United States, died on Saturday.

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QAnon conspiracy kooks melt down after HBO's Bill Maher ridicules their bonkers theories in epic monologue

HBO's "Real Time" returned Friday night after a month hiatus. Host Bill Maher came back from vacation to find the country in bigger disarray than he could have imagined.

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Trump's lies have spiraled out of control as Mueller probe closes in: researchers

President Donald Trump has become increasingly dishonest, according to a study conducted by the Toronto Star. The Canada-based newspaper tallied all of the words Trump has uttered in his presidency along with the number of falsehoods.

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WATCH: Protestors confront Mitch McConnell as he leaves Louisville restaurant with chants of 'vote you out'

Trump administration staffers and Cabinet members are not the only ones facing public backlash for their immigration policy along the Mexican border.

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If Rudy Giuliani is getting booed at Yankee Stadium where is Trump going to live after his presidency?

At Yankee Stadium on Monday, Rudy Giuliani could not even draw a polite round of applause for his birthday, speaking to his ruined legacy in the community. Instead, Yankee fans viciously booed Giuliani on Memorial Day, a humiliating blow for the former mayor who oversaw the aftermath of Sept. 11.

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Veterans group criticizes President Trump's 'most inappropriate' Memorial Day message

President Donald Trump commemorated Memorial Day on Monday with a tweet that only the 45th president would find appropriate.Trump wished everyone a happy Memorial Day before he congratulated himself for his perceived achievements.For any other president, the message would have reflected a new low for the Oval Office. But it's this type of sentiment and self-flattery that Americans have grown accustomed with Trump. Some people, including the team behind VoteVets, a veterans group dedicated to electing progressive veterans, have chosen not to allow Trump's depravity to become normalized. The group responded to Trump's tweet on Monday, calling it the "most inappropriate" and "appalling."

It wasn't just the self-serving lip service that provoked outrage on Twitter. It was that Trump was speaking for fallen soldiers to promote his agenda.

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