A website known for publishing fabricated reports is behind false rumors that Dr. Rafael Espinanzo has confirmed that Michelle Obama is actually a man.
False reports that Susan Rice’s housekeeper was found dead after an FBI interview came from a well-known fake news website.
A photo that supposedly shows where Hurricane Harvey flooding revealed ammo hidden by the Obama administration was actually taken in Russia in 2010.
Malia Obama has never been arrested, and reports that the cop who arrested Obama was found dead is the latest twist in that false narrative.
A satirical website is behind reports that President Obama ordered Harvard to reverse its decision to suspend Malia Obama pending drug charges.
Malia Obama was not fired from an internship at the Spanish Embassy in June 2017 — her internship was scheduled to end a year earlier, in 2016.
Abdul El-Sayed and George Soros are not linked — but El-Sayed earned a medical degree on fellowship offered by George Soros’ brother, Paul.
A fake news websites is behind false reports that President Trump has ended President Obama’s vacation scam and sent him a bill.
President Trump didn’t revive a National Peace Officers Memorial Day that President Obama canceled, misinformation sites are behind those rumors.
A fake news website is behind false reports that President Obama has submitted plans for a burial plot that will cost taxpayers $120 million.