Far-right leaders across the nation — disillusioned by former President Donald Trump’s defeat and banished from mainstream social media — have launched recruitment drives in new radicalisation efforts that have turned into a “meme war” among groups such as the Boogaloo Bois, the Proud Boys and the Three Percenters.
In the long history of mankind, leaders have never had the opportunity, to make a difference to their people, as of now. The very lives of people depend on the quality of decisions that leaders make in these dark times. Overall, most countries have let the virus wander around, with harnessing it. The virus has attacked countries in waves, each time with renewed ferocity.
I said this would happen. I knew that Trump’s dog-whistling rally speeches would incite actual, en masse violence if they continued unchecked. During the count of the Electoral College votes for the 2020 presidential election, “protesters” broke through barricades and went into the Capitol building after a “Save America” march presided over by our president.
People around the globe grudgingly watched how supporters of President Trump stormed the United States Capitol on Wednesday. The extraordinary breach of democratic order received condemnation from a number of the world prominent
The digital sleuths take to their computers in the moments when they can peel away from their real-world responsibilities — jobs, school, families — with a singular mission: finding the rioters who brought violence to the nation’s capital last week.
We’re almost four weeks removed from an attempted coup at the US Capitol under the flag of Donald Trump. Republican leadership has closed ranks around the disgraced ex-president. Coup enthusiast Sen. Josh Hawley is mewling about wokeness.
QAnon is such a weird theory that it’s tempting to think humanity is getting dumber. But it’s better seen as a highly sophisticated way of manipulating people. QAnon may one day be considered a masterpiece of propaganda.
Trump became the first US president in history to be impeached twice when the House of Representatives charged him last month with inciting the mayhem inflicted by his followers when they invaded Congress on Jan.6.
President Joe Biden travelled to the Capitol to pay tribute to Sicknick shortly after the ceremony began on Tuesday night, briefly placing his hand on the urn in the centre of the Capitol Rotunda, saying a prayer and sadly shaking his head as he observed a memorial wreath nearby.
The danger of campaigning on a pledge to “unite the country” is that if you win, your opponents get to decide whether you will succeed. That’s the dilemma now facing President Joe Biden — and the best way for him to achieve his goal is not to make too big a deal of it.