As funny as it may be for some people that Walker can't land his talking points right, republicans continue to distort the legal concept to get their voters worked up.
The antiquated notion of "balanced presentation" doesn't seem to have kept up with the times. As a product of the cable-news industry, it looks like C-SPAN has learned nothing about disinformation and the false choice of covering "both sides" undisturbed.
A viral video shows a driver who crashed at a Trump rally in Santa Maria, California, get assaulted by supporters of the president who are claiming without proof that voter fraud determined the election's outcome.
Trump estate confirmed they would not play Prince's music again.
Same controversies, different day.
President Trump unleashed a rant against opponents and made himself the victim of his Charlottesville mess in a Phoenix, Arizona speech.
A White nationalist pleaded guilty in court Wednesday after being accused of physically harassing a Black female protester during a March rally for President Donald Trump in Louisville, Kentucky.
Judge David J. Hale rejected President Trump’s defense against a lawsuit that claims he provoked violence at one of his rallies.
John Franklin McGraw pleaded no contest to battery and assault charges after the high-profile incident in March.
Donald Trump called a Black man at his rally a "thug" and had him ejected. It turns out that he was a supporter.
The New York Times compiled videos of Trump rallies. It shows unfiltered hate and anger displayed commonly at these gatherings of Trump supporters.
According to CNN, anti-Trump protesters and pro-Trump supporters faced off in several incidents, including burning Trump slogan hats and assault.
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