Filed Under: “Donald Trump”

I never thought ‘New Atheism’ would become a tool of the Christian Right

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After leaving religion, I learned that some atheists were more interested in opposing Islam than standing for pluralism


False prophets preaching fake news: A year into Biden’s presidency, far-right ‘prophets’ haven’t admitted error

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Instead of admitting their supposed revelations were wrong, a host of extremist Christian leaders have made belief in Trump’s election lies an article of faith


Democracy relies on the consent of the losers, which is why Trump’s tantrums are so dangerous

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Worldwide, countries with political parties who refuse to accept losses are more prone to acts of terroristic violence


Trump loyalists systematically purging the few Republicans who won’t commit to steal elections

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Governors, senators, and representatives finding themselves facing primary opponents—or a sudden lack of donors—when they run afoul of Trump


Newly released documents show how former Trump administration stifled scientists on coronavirus

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Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis finds Trump officials blocked government officials from giving health briefings, censored recommendations


A year after Trump lost the election, have the mainstream media learned anything?

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One year after Trump inspired a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol, elite reporters are still treating him as a conventional politician


Donald Trump and the cult of the recount

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Desperate belief that the one-term president really didn’t lose in 2020 is morphing into its own quasi-religion


Trump’s sore-loser election lies are tearing up the Republican Party from the inside

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GOP leaders had a chance to discard Trump like other failed presidents, instead he’s promoting toxic candidates they oppose


Brazil’s Bolsonaro is replaying Donald Trump’s insurrection playbook

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Former Trump staffers are advising Jair Bolsonaro on how to whip up false fears about election fraud while his supporters threaten violence


Heeding Steve Bannon’s call, election conspiracy theorists are taking over the GOP to continue Trump’s lies

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After being forced out of the Trump White House, the ousted former Breitbart editor sees election delusion as a path to return to power


 

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