Big lie

Corporate PACs contributed at least $65 million to Republican candidates who deny the results of the 2020 election, according to a new analysis.
The Republican Accountability Project says: "The GOP is the Big Lie Party."
One MSNBC host issued a warning about the 2024 election if Republicans gain control of the House of Representatives and Donald Trump runs for office again.
Virginia’s new governor won office distancing himself from Trump’s election lies, but is now helping one of the most prolific spreaders of those falsehoods.
Liz Cheney called on Fox News to denounce former President Donald Trump’s election lies, saying the network has an “obligation” to do so.
Trump backed down when his own appointees threatened to resign en masse if he installed a loyalist willing to lie about election "fraud" for him.
Democratic National Committee Chair Jamie Harrison warned that “MAGA Republicans will do anything in their desperate chase for power.”
Jim Marchant, who spread lies about 2020 and helped organize a national slate of election-denying candidates, nears goal to oversee elections in the key state.
President Joe Biden pointed to his predecessor’s false claims of election fraud as proof that the U.S. needs new laws to protect voting rights.
The secretary of state who earned GOP ire for refusing to help steal Georgia upset Trump’s preferred candidate Tuesday. But the “big lie” is far from dead.