The NFL rulebook doesn’t specifically ban National Anthem protests, but it give the NFL some authority to punish players in certain situations.
A commentary titled “Goodbye Janaye Ervin” lists the punishment the former Petty Officer 2nd Class suffered for refusing to salute the flag.
An anonymous user posted the so-called Antifa Manual on 4chan; it appears to be a joke but there’s no way to confirm that.
Claims that a Delaware cemetery has begun exhuming the bodies of Confederate soldiers in response to violent protests in Charlottesville are false.
Isaiah Crowell posted an image of a cop killing on social media in 2016 and later apologized and donated a game check to a foundation for fallen police.
The Camping World CEO said those who support what was said in the wake of Charlottesville protests shouldn’t shop there, but he later back tracked.
Jason Kessler said his political and social views have changed, but his white nationalist views on display in August 2017 appeared to be authentic.
ANTIFA didn’t sabotage emergency services by cutting fiber optic cables, those claims came from an imposter Twitter account that spreads misinformation.
Accounts marking the anniversary of Marvin Heemeyer’s killdozer are true, but important details have been left out or changed.
Claims that Valerie Jarret has moved into the Obamas’ D.C. mansion to lead anti-Trump resistance efforts are based on an unnamed, unverified source.