It’s true that 233 members of Congress supported a bill that would have stripped Social Security’s $2.9 trillion surplus, but the measure failed.
The Communist Rules for Revolution date back to at least the 1940s, but there’s never been any proof to support claims that Allied Forces found the rules in Germany in 1919.
Claims that Virginia social worker Storm Durham was fired for holding a concealed carry permit are refuted by her former employer, but there’s not enough evidence to prove or disprove them fully.
A satirical article of 1995 recasts the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War to make a point about gun rights, stating that 72 People Killed Resisting Gun Confiscation by National Guard.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson’s office ordered a $31,000 dining set, but Carson said he was surprised by the purchase and asked that it be canceled.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a law ensuring that teachers can’t shoot back if attacked — but the law was signed because of the tragedy in Parkland, Florida.
False reports from 2012 and 2013 that the military plans to confiscate guns from private citizens resurfaced after the February 2018 shooting in Parkland, Florida, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.
False claims that Maxine Waters tweeted about gun control and armed security came from an imposter account.
A fake tweet is behind false rumors that Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee blames the Washington derailment on President Trump’s hatred of African-Americans.
There’s not enough information to prove or disprove claims that Doug Jones received 5,256 votes in town with 1,867 registered voters.