Conspiracy theorist Roger Stone sought to link a federal attorney to the “Deep State.”
A Facebook group that posts fabricated reports is behind false reports that Obamacare Article 54 takes effect on May 1, 2018, diverting 30 percent of Social Security benefits to “the undocumented.”
A spokesperson for Melania Trump said that rumors the first lady brought an exorcist into the White House were “not true in any way.”
False rumors that Queen Elizabeth removed the Obamas from the Royal Wedding guest list came from websites that fabricate news stories.
“Core Competency: Read Please and Wake Up America!” Commentary on Facebook-Truth! & Fiction! Summary of eRumor: A column headlined “Core Competency: Read Please and Wake Up America!” has circulated on Facebook. The Truth: The “Core Competency” column making the rounds on Facebook recycles old claims. Some of were previously debunked, and others have been proven true. …
False rumors that an intel officer revealed President Obama could be the first president with a felony indictment date back to March 2017.
President Donald Trump lifted a ban on elephant trophy imports that was put in place by the Obama administration — but he later put the decision on hold.
A column headlined “The Enemy Among Us” about Organizing for Action (OFA) has been incorrectly attributed to Charles Krauthammer.