The far-right provocateur’s return at the helm of Kanye West’s tumultuous political operation comes at the expense of his one-time friends Nick Fuentes and Ali Alexander.
Will Sommer is a politics reporter for The Daily Beast and the co-host of the podcast Fever Dreams. He’s the author of Trust the Plan: The Rise of QAnon and the Conspiracy That Unhinged America, a book on the QAnon conspiracy theory coming in February 2023 from HarperCollins. He previously worked as a campaign editor at The Hill, and as a political columnist for Washington City Paper.
“I apologize for any inappropriate messages sent over the years,” said Ali Alexander, an ally of former President Trump and white nationalist Nick Fuentes.
Kanye West doesn’t seem as interested in running for president, but his far-right advisers are very interested in sniping at each other.
This latest pre-trial ruling comes just a day after a former Fox News producer said the network failed to provide audio recording of Trump allies to Dominion.
A well-known member of the far-right movement who is known for his outlandish legal theories has been given the boot as two prominent branches turn on each other.
The head of a far-right sheriff’s association has been accused of pilfering donor money from an anti-vaxxer group—but he says he was just keeping those Benjamins safe.
The conspiracy-theory kingpin also built up an extensive collection of watches.
In this week’s edition of Confider, we look at how Fox’s infamous PR team sought help from “tier 2” (ouch!) conservatives to help boost their standing on the right after 2020.
Randy McNally, whose state senate passed laws against gender-affirming care and drag shows, has “liked” racy pictures of gay men and trans women for years on his official account.
“Cactus artist” Marlene Bourne claims she might be a ghost and Antonin Scalia was hunted for sport. Her ideas got airtime on Fox News.