'QAnon Shaman' Jacob Chansley pleads guilty to felony in US Capitol riot
The so-called "QAnon Shaman" who stormed the US Capitol in a horned bearskin outfit pleaded guilty Friday to a felony for obstructing the Electoral College proceedings on January 6.
Fact check: No, Trump has not ordered secret military takeover, emergency alerts
The warnings across social media are plentiful. Alarmist claims advise people to stock up on food, water, medicine and weapons. In the days following the Jan. 6 riots on the U.S. Capitol, online message boards and social media platforms are filled with assertions that a nationwide military takeover is coming. Most versions of the rumor say the plan is being implemented by President Donald Trump, the final step in an elaborate scheme to release damning information about his enemies that will land them in jail and allow him to remain in office for another four years. But these lengthy and detailed narratives simply are not rooted in reality.
Fact check: Capitol protester in horned fur cap supports Trump, not 'antifa'
A man who stormed the U.S. Capitol in a horned fur cap is not an antifa activist. He is a known QAnon supporter who has backed President Donald Trump.
QAnon researcher: 'If we can't agree on what's true, how can we agree on anything else?'
UNC-Chapel Hill media studies professor Alice Marwick discusses the far-right conspiracy theory QAnon, whether it poses a threat to America and the efforts to limit people's access to the information spread by supporters.