A meme falsely claiming that Nancy Pelosi said “Building a wall will violate the rights of millions of illegals” has been circulating since January 2018.
Disputed claims that a California bill would ban the Bible are based on vague language in a bill that would expand the state’s prohibition on gay conversion therapy.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a law ensuring that teachers can’t shoot back if attacked — but the law was signed because of the tragedy in Parkland, Florida.
Rumors about a cross that did not burn in Southern California wildfires in 2017 is true — and similar accounts were documented in 2009 and 2014.
An image that supposedly shows DACA recipients burning the American flag actually shows unidentified protesters burning a Donald Trump piñata at a 2016 rally.
Rumors that Sen. Kamala Harris had an affair with a married man and used it launch her political career have been circulating since the early 1990s, but they’re mostly fiction.
False claims that California lawmakers exempt themselves from gun laws are based on outdated reporting on a 2011 bill that was later changed.
A commentary titled “Why I Left California” makes claims about California laws, policies and proposals that are both true and fiction.
Claims that “Poor” Maxine Waters lives in a $4.5 million mansion outside her home district are based on misleading facts and unproven insinuations.
A satirical report about President Trump selling California to Mexico, creating “MexiCal,” has been making the rounds online.