Conspiracy theorist Roger Stone sought to link a federal attorney to the “Deep State.”
A spokesperson for Melania Trump said that rumors the first lady brought an exorcist into the White House were “not true in any way.”
False reports that the FBI arrested 22 Clinton Foundation employees one day after reopening an investigation are based on reports from fake news websites based in Panama.
False rumors about the Clinton house fire destroying hard drives, servers and other incriminating evidence came from a known peddler of fabricated news.
False rumors that Julia Roberts said Michelle Obama is not fit to clean Melania Trump’s toilet started at a website known for publishing fabricated or misleading reports.
Attorney Lisa Bloom says women who accused Donald Trump of sexual assault were offered compensation to help ensure their security.
Claims that Dr. Dean Lorich, who exposed Clinton Foundation corruption, was found dead in December 2017 twist factual events into a a baseless conspiracy theory that’s not supported by facts.
A commentary titled “Infinite Wisdom of the Founding Fathers” claims that the electoral college was established to prevent urban areas from having too much sway in elections.
Fake news websites are behind false claims that pilot Dmitri Noonan was found dead after discussing a meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch.
Klaus Eberwein was found dead, but there’s not evidence that he was going to expose \ Clinton Foundation fraud, or that the Clintons were responsible.