L. Lin Wood
Wood told a local news station that he’s been "domiciled in South Carolina for several months."
The GOP has begun to distance itself from Lin Wood after some wild rants. But this QAnon-friendly conspiracy theorist is exactly where the party is headed.
L. Lin Wood falsely said that the vice president, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Chief Justice John Roberts conspired to deny Trump a second term.
L. Lin Wood also falsely claimed that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts was behind Justice Antonin Scalia's death.
That would be guns and ammo.
Nick Sandmann, a high school junior, filed a similar lawsuit against the Washington Post after his confrontation with Nathan Phillips went viral.