An old false rumor that Bill Clinton has AIDS from the 2016 presidential campaign resurfaced in June 2017 and was presented as breaking news.
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 that Hillary Clinton met with the father of the Manchester bomber are based on a misidentified photo of Clinton.
Charlie Daniels wrote an open letter to Senate Minority Chuck Schumer, blasting Schumer for leading Democrats’ resistance to President Trump’s agenda.
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.
An opinion piece titled “Dropping the Hammer on Comey” is making the rounds in forwarded emails and on social media.
A false report has fueled rumors that Bill Clinton filed for divorce from Hillary Clinton because he’s appalled by her actions.
False reports that two investigators working for Trey Gowdy went missing and were later found dead were started by an untrustworthy website.
Hillary Clinton didn’t supply chemical weapons to Syria; its chemical weapons programs has been around since the 1980s and has become self-supporting.
There’s no missing White House intern named Margaret Sanguay, and Margaret Sanguay’s body was not found hidden in Vince Foster’s grave.