President Trump retweeted ant-Muslim videos in November 2017. One of the videos does not show a Muslim migrant attacking a Dutch boy, as it claims.
Vladimir Putin didn’t say George Soros is driving America toward civil war, that came from a website with a history of false reports about the two men.
An email claiming that a Muslim Invasion has taken over the United Kingdom makes claims that are true and false, but it’s overall point is mostly fiction.
Claims that the U.S. paid $1 billion into the Green Climate Fund while the world’s biggest polluters are both true and misleading.
An imposter Twitter account is behind false claims that U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters called for prayers for Muslims after London terror attacks.
Claims that the German government seized six rental properties to house migrants mischaracterizes a 2013 law passed to address a housing shortage in Hamburg.
The Trump Organization has not been awarded a lucrative contract to rebuild the Syrian airfield that President Trump bombed, that rumor started as satire.
Hillary Clinton didn’t supply chemical weapons to Syria; its chemical weapons programs has been around since the 1980s and has become self-supporting.
Hillary Clinton played a role in approving a Russian uranium deal, but she didn’t personally sell America’s uranium to Russia.
Reports of a new form of HPV that can be transmitted by kissing and is more deadly than AIDS are false.