After Iowa’s messy primary caucus, attention turned to upcoming caucuses in 2020 — markedly fewer in number than 2016.
On December 28, 2018, a Facebook user commented on a debate over border wall funding by sharing a photograph of a purported four-mile long fence erected around the Democratic National Convention (DNC): Alongside the image, …
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.
False claims about Congress passing the American with No Abilities Act stem from a satirical report that appeared in The Onion in 1998.
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.
New York State Senate Democrats refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance in 2009 image have been misidentified as members of Congress.
Claims that DNC emails were leaked to Wikileaks by DNC whistleblowers, not Russia, are disputed by U.S. intelligence agencies.
Rumors have gone viral that tens of thousands of fraudulent Clinton votes were found in a warehouse in Ohio.