An old false rumor that Bill Clinton has AIDS from the 2016 presidential campaign resurfaced in June 2017 and was presented as breaking news.
False claims that Bernie Sanders bought an Audi R8 using campaign funds are based on a photo of a man with a passing resemblance to Sanders driving the car.
The Golden State Warriors hadn’t made a decision about visiting the White House when reports that they would snub President Trump went viral.
Charlie Daniels wrote an open letter to Senate Minority Chuck Schumer, blasting Schumer for leading Democrats’ resistance to President Trump’s agenda.
There’s no record of Ariana Grande saying “Islam is love” at a 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign rally, as has been reported on social mdia.
A photo of a man who was severely beaten in Egypt in 2013 has been misidentified as an American Muslim man who was beaten for raping a 13-year-old.
Old stories about Rep. Maxine Waters’ daughter, Karen Waters, receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in election mailer fees resurfaced in April 2017.
Susan Rice “unmasked” Trump transition team officials, but it doesn’t appear that she acted illegally, and there’s no proof that she leaked information.
Larry Klyman’s claims that FBI Director James Comey engaged in a massive coverup on President Trump wiretapping claims are unproven.
Anthony Weiner has not been taken into protective custody, a fake news website is behind those reports.