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Contents of Alex Jones’ phone set to implicate Trump
Jan 6 rally organizers communicated with Trump Chief-of-Staff Mark Meadows

The contents of Alex Jones’ cellphone — which were accidentally handed over to the prosecution in their entirety by the shock jock’s own lawyers during the Sandy Hook defamation trial — could provide proof that Trump and members of his administration were directly involved in the planning of the illegal … READ MORE

Oath Keepers, Proud Boys sued by D.C. Attorney General

After the success of the Integrity First for America-led civil suit, brought against the organizers of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, the Attorney General of the District of Columbia has filed a similar case. D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine’s complaint brings action against the Oath Keepers, the Proud Boys, and dozens of individuals for “conspiring to terrorize the District by planning, promoting, and participating in the violent January 6… READ MORE

Ali Alexander to be deposed (but not “disposed”)

Ali Alexander, the founder of the far-right Stop the Steal organization, has announced that he will submit to a deposition by the January 6th Commission.

Alexander and his Stop the Steal group spent months spreading ‘The Big Lie’ that Trump won the election and organized the march on the Capitol on January 6, 2021, with the intention of disrupting the… READ MORE

Ali Alexander subpoenaed by Congress
Exposed as instigator behind illegal Jan 6 march on Capitol

Today, Congress finally subpoenaed Ali Alexander, whom our investigation exposed as the instigator of the illegal January 6 march on the capitol. We had, on January 8 also disclosed that the Georgia Republican Party had officially sponsored Alexander despite his threats of violence if Trump were not declared re-elected. The Select Committee to Investigative the January 6th Attack filed… READ MORE

Smoking Gun for Impeachment: Proof Trump’s Call to March on Capitol was a Crime

Here is the smoking gun. Trump’s GOP defenders say that Trump merely called for a march to the Capitol, a legal act of protest. Except for this: it wasn’t legal. And Trump and his team knew it. During Wednesday’s trial, Rep. Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) laid out the evidence the Palast team first broke in Consortium News: The sponsors of the January 6 rally at the Ellipse repeatedly… READ MORE