A website that allows users to create fake tweets from public figures is behind false reports that U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee tweeted that President Trump is determined to start war with North Japan.
False claims that Nancy Pelosi is disgusted with President Trump for allowing people to keep more of the money that they earned under the GOP tax plan came from a website that generates fake tweets.
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.
A fake tweet is behind false rumors that Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee blames the Washington derailment on President Trump’s hatred of African-Americans.
False rumors that Congress is getting a $20,000 raise in 2018 while seniors see Social Security benefits go up $2 per month circulated in December 2017.
Claims that John McCain votes to end cancer treatments for Medicare beneficiaries aren’t true — but McCain did vote for a GOP tax reform bill that could lead to deep mandatory Medicare cuts.
When it comes to claims that GOP tax reforms cut Medicare, Medicare and Social Security, and add $2.4 trillion to the federal deficit, it depends who you ask.
Myeshia Johnson didn’t accuse U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson of using her husband’s death as a political platform in a Facebook post called “Setting the Record Straight.”
Lenard W. Wahlert penned an open letter to Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan venting his frustration about lack of congressional leadership
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.