There's no evidence to back claims that Washington Post reporter Beth Reinhard bribed women to falsely accuse Roy Moore of sexual assault.
Patriotic Poem Written by Judge Roy Moore–Truth! Summary of eRumor: A poem said to have been written by the famous “Ten Commandments Judge” Roy Moore of Alabama. The Truth: According to the folks at the Foundation For Moral Law this poem was written by Judge Moore. The Foundation For Moral Law had championed the cause […]
Alabama Judge Refusing to Remove the Ten Commandments from a State Building–Truth! Summary of eRumor: The eRumor encourages support for Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore who was ordered by a U.S. appeals court to remove The Ten Commandments from a state judicial building. The judge has refused to remove it. The Truth: […]
False reports that Chuck Schumer had an affair with a high school cheerleader came from a website that identifies its content as "fiction" or "satire."
False rumors that Alabama State Police arrested 3 poll workers from Birmingham followed Doug Jones' surprising win in Alabama's special election.
Cowboys player Damontre Moore was cut to make room for a backup kicker, and the team said Moore's national anthem protests had nothing to do with the decision.
Filmmaker and social commentator Michael Moore tweeted that Chris Kyle, the Navy SEAL who inspired the movie “American Sniper,” was a coward.
There's not enough information to prove or disprove claims that Doug Jones received 5,256 votes in town with 1,867 registered voters.
Bogus rumors that Michael Moore was accused of sexual assault by four underage girls came from a website that publishes "satirical fiction."
Clint Eastwood, director of the “American Sniper” biopic on the life of Chris Kyle, threatened to kill fellow director Michael Moore at an awards dinner held in 2005.