Yes, that’s how you pronounce “Qux.” No, no one knows what it does.
Before she was the subject of an FBI investigation, Stop the Steal diehard Tina Peters oversaw elections where ballots went uncounted or got lost in unsecured drop boxes.
A group of Americans who follow a Canadian QAnon influencer is spamming hospitals and doctors with fake cease-and-desist letters to stop the COVID-19 vaccine.
In multiple states, Conan Hayes has appeared as a quiet but central figure in efforts to overturn the 2020 election in Donald Trump’s favor.
A Nashville hat shop that caused an outcry for selling gold star-shaped patches reading “NOT VACCINATED” appears to have posted straight from the Capitol riots in January.
Speaker Angela Stanton King called for an investigation into QAnon’s baseless allegations of child sexual abuse and cannibalism.
MyPillow magnate Mike Lindell has barely slept as he worked on an opus meant to prove the election was stolen. But Lindell’s claims—and his movie—don’t hold up.