A Facebook user’s xenophobic post mocked nationalized healthcare during a coronavirus pandemic.
On December 20 2018, the Facebook page “Teanderthal Party” posted the following meme about healthcare, “illegal immigration,” terror attacks, and the mortality rate in the United States: It stated: FACT: More Americans die every year from lack of affordable healthcare than from terrorist attacks and illegal immigration combined. Teanderthal Party didn’t share any commentary alongside …
In November 2018, a Grand Rapids, Michigan woman who needed a heart transplant due to complications from chemotherapy was turned down by a Spectrum Health medical committee due to lack of funds: Martin’s son, Alex Britt, said she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005 and the chemotherapy treatment, while curing her cancer, damaged her …
A Facebook group that posts fabricated reports is behind false reports that Obamacare Article 54 takes effect on May 1, 2018, diverting 30 percent of Social Security benefits to “the undocumented.”
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.
Mitch McConnell had polio as a boy, but his treatments were funded by the March of Dines, not free government healthcare, as has been reported.
Claims are false that big tobacco must pay individuals thousands of dollars per month to settle a deceptive advertising lawsuit from the 1990s.
A fake news website and Facebook account designed to look like Fox News is behind false reports that Vice President Mike Pence said Americans need more Jesus Care.