Author: Nate Gundy

Jason Donner, a former Fox News Capitol Hill reporter and producer, has sued the network alleging they fired him for challenging on-air lies regarding the 2020 election. Donner claims Fox knew then-President Donald Trump’s claims blaming voter fraud for his electoral defeat were false, but the network “purged” journalists who spoke out against them. The wrongful termination and discrimination claim seeks undisclosed damages as well as a judgment that would prohibit Fox from discriminating against or retaliating against Donner as well as other current

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), one of the most powerful, best-funded lobbying groups in Washington, is planning a large campaign against the “Squad”—a small group of highly visible and popular progressive Democratic legislators of color, most of whom are women. AIPAC is seeking to primary the progressive legislators because of their criticisms of Israel’s military campaign against Gaza following the October 7th terrorist attack by Hamas, specifically their calls for a cease-fire. Members of the Squad have been some of the only

In a significant rollback of election-related content moderation, Meta will now allow political advertisements on its platform to question the 2020 US presidential election. The change in policy will allow ads that claim past elections were “rigged,” but prohibit advertisements that question current or future elections. President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign criticized Meta’s policy harshly saying the company is choosing to profit from election denialism.Visit CNN to learn moreImage Credit:Executive Office of the President of the United States (PMD 1.0 DEED)

Former President Donald Trump’s allies have begun pre-screening the ideologies of thousands of individuals with the goal to centralize and expand Trump’s power at every level of government if he is re-elected in 2024. They plan to install up to 54,000 Trump loyalists across government to limit any chance of restraint should Trump win a second term. Though this effort is centered around Trump, Heritage Foundation sources say that it will be available to any Republican nominee and Heritage officials have already briefed the

Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, acknowledged GOP frustration after a string of significant election losses in Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. However, McDaniel also emphasized that the RNC is working hard to engage voters; she went on to say that Republicans need to keep suburban women in mind when discussing abortion policy. Visit CNN to learn moreImage Credit:Gage Skidmore (CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED)