A warning about bills introduced in Congress while Americans were distracted by “Russian spy drama” contains claims that are true, false and somewhere in between.
H.R. 610 would have a major impact on federal education funding, but claims that H.R. 610 would defund public education aren’t entirely true.
Neither President Trump or Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said “handicapped and minority children” were too disruptive in the classroom.
President Trump didn’t scrub civil rights, LGBT rights and climate change from the White House website; incoming presidents start with a blank website.
President-elect Donald Trump and GOP leaders haven’t indicated that they plan to save Social Security by massively cutting the program in the near future.
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.
Speaking against food stamps, Maine Gov. Paul LePage said “hungry kids grow up to be better workers.”