The Seth Rich conspiracy started as a Russian memo, grabbed by right-wing outlets, snatched by Steve Bannon, and shouted from the rooftops by Sean Hannity.
Not that Hannity cares, but he was promoting Russian propaganda with the Seth Rich Conspiracies.
An analysis of social media troll activity during the 2016 election campaign shows that exposure to Russian propaganda may have helped change American minds in favor of Republican candidate Trump.
Hogan Gidley claimed it was James Comey, and not Christopher Wray, who said it was wrong to take information from foreign countries.
Hogan Gidley defends Trump's indefensible comments on foreign election interference.
Before today, conspiring with the foreign power against your political rival was illegal but now it's called just talking on Fox News.
Correct messaging from the House Speaker after meeting with her conference.
On Fox and Friends, of course.
On obstruction of justice, the so-called president goes from "I never met the girl" to "she's only a little bit pregnant."
Christopher Wray tried to be diplomatic, but the pesky facts against Barr's pro-Trump propaganda got in the way.
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