Facebook user Jim Bates hasn’t madeany fact checkable accusations about CNN lying about Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
It’s not true that the Red Cross can steal items off church doorsteps under an Obama-era executive order, and claims that items were stolen are unproven.
A self-described fake news website is behind false reports that Florida Governor Rick Scott is in critical condition after suffering a head injury during Hurricane Irma recovery efforts.
Hotels aren’t required to accept evacuees with pets during natural disasters, but shelters operated by state and local government are under the PETS Act of 2006.
An emergency order signed by the U.S. Virgin Islands governor authorized the seizure of guns and ammo after Hurricane Irma — but those seizures never began.
A photo that supposedly shows where Hurricane Harvey flooding revealed ammo hidden by the Obama administration was actually taken in Russia in 2010.
Floyd Mayweather Donates Millions to Houston Flooding Relief-Fiction! Summary of eRumor: Floyd Mayweather donated a $200 million to Houston flooding relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey struck in August 2017. The…
False claims that Joel Osteen sailed through Houston on a luxury yacht handing out copies of his book came from a website that publishes Christian satire.
A video of explosives being detonated in a river by a fuse was misidentified as lighting striking a river in August 2017.
A false report of a Yellowstone lava geyser following earthquakes in Montana and Wyoming in July 2017 were intended to be satire.