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  2. List of fake news websites - Wikipedia

    The Gateway Pundit: A far-right fake news website that repeatedly publishes false stories, including a story involving an unsubstantiated claim that Special Counsel head Robert Mueller sexually assaulted someone. Global Associated News

  3. Noah Rothman - Wikipedia

    Early life. Rothman was born in 1981 and grew up in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, where he started acting in stage productions when he was 7 years old. Raised in Lebanon Township, New Jersey, he performed in over 30 high school and repertory theater group productions by the time he graduated from Voorhees High School in 2000.

  4. Wayne Allyn Root - Wikipedia

    Wayne Allyn Root (born July 20, 1961) is an American conservative television and radio host, author, activist, conservative political commentator and conspiracy theorist. He is the host of two new television shows, daily at 7 PM ET on Lindell TV network ( and Saturdays at Noon ET "America's Top Ten Countdown with Wayne Allyn Root" on Real America's Voice TV Network.

  5. NumbersUSA - Wikipedia

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  6. American Liberty League - Wikipedia

    The American Liberty League was an American political organization formed in 1934. Its membership consisted primarily of wealthy business elites and prominent political figures, who were for the most part conservatives opposed to the New Deal of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

  7. Michael Gableman - Wikipedia

    Gableman's report cited The Gateway Pundit, a far-right conspiracy website. Wisconsin governor Tony Evers called the report "a colossal waste of taxpayer dollars." During the course of the probe, Gableman's team either ignored or was slow to respond to records requests by journalists and watchdog groups.

  8. Republican Study Committee - Wikipedia

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  9. William Binney (intelligence official) - Wikipedia

    One of Binney's tweets alleging missing votes was based on a mistaken conflation between eligible voters and an outdated number of registered voters; this was cited in an article by the Gateway Pundit, which in turn was promoted by Trump. Documentary film. Binney's story is recounted in A Good American, a documentary film.