Claims that "Poor" Maxine Waters lives in a $4.5 million mansion outside her home district are based on misleading facts and unproven insinuations.
False claims that Maxine Waters called for an 'illegal immigrant' to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court are based on a digitally-altered image.
False claims that Maxine Waters tweeted about gun control and armed security came from an imposter account.
Maxine Waters didn't say, "My fear is if North Korea nukes us, Trump gonna get us into a war." A satirical meme was mistaken for factual news.
We couldn't find any proof that Congresswoman Maxine Waters said, "I march because my mother could not have an abortion."
Old stories about Rep. Maxine Waters' daughter, Karen Waters, receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in election mailer fees resurfaced in April 2017.
In the final weeks of October 2018, following months of increasingly shrill, increasingly baroque conspiracy theories pushed by official after elected official, someone began sending mail bombs out to their favorite subjects. The first person to receive a mail bomb was philanthropist billionaire George Soros, who has been the American far right’s favorite bugbear at least […]