False rumors that Bernie Sanders introduced a bill requiring Christians holding public office to wear scarlet crosses are based on a satirical article.
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Muslim students in Maryland, Michigan and Arizona are allowed to pray in public school — but the same is true for Christians and students practicing other religions
President Obama didn’t install special prayer rugs at the White House, and Obama wasn’t “crushed” when President-elect Trump ended his tradition of secretive Islamic prayers at the White House.
A viral image on social media doesn’t show a donut with Muslim writing — it shows a donut with Orkish writing from the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.
Claims made in a “Meet Betsy DeVos” meme about Donald Trump’s pick for Education Secretary are a combination of truth and fiction.
Vice President-elect Mike Pence didn’t outright say that he supports gay conversion therapy, or electroshock gay conversion therapy, contrary to rumors.
Tim Kaine didn’t say that the Catholic Church would have to change its stance on same-sex marriage or be banned from the United States.
Pope Benedict XVI wrote about Catholics supporting pro-choice candidates in 2004, but the church’s stance isn’t that Catholics cannot vote for Hillary Clinton because she’s pro-choice, as has been reported.
Rumors are circulating that “In God We Trust” was removed from new dollar coins to avoid offending people.
Outdated rumors that Hobby Lobby is closing all stores are still flying around the Internet.