The Daily Wire published, then deleted an article claiming Mitt Romney was asked to lead Health and Human Services for the Biden administration, a claim originating with a “satirical” website.
Vaguely threatening “Dear neighbor, you have been identified as a Trump supporter” letters were purportedly spotted in several states, but apparently only one or two copies exist.
A longtime conspiracy theorist tried to regurgitate disinformation around anti-fascist protesters in order to smear the Black Lives Matter movement.
After first claiming that viewers had misunderstood the advertisement, the auto maker apologized online.
A meme listing various companies is littered with inaccuracies and outright falsehoods.
Roger Stone, who for years worked with business partner Paul Manafort, specializes in smears and spectacles.
The attorney argued in 1974 that trying Nixon’s aides for the coverup would have been “fairer” outside Washington, DC.
Stone purportedly asked Infowars host Alex Jones for a presidential pardon before being found guilty of lying to Congress.
Operatives managed to place content in more than a hundred separate outlets during a five-year span.
A long-circulating screenshot quotes the Senate Majority Leader as advocating for the impeachment of a sitting president.