No evidence has been provided that there’s any truth to the Pizzagate pedophilia ring conspiracy theory.
“Dumped on Prom Night” rumors that Hillary Clinton went on a destructive rampage after losing the 2016 election came from a fake news website.
Monica Petersen, a woman doing field work on human trafficking in Haiti, died on Nov. 13 — but rumors that Petersen was investigating the Clinton Foundation’s role in human trafficking sex ring, or that the Clintons killed Petersen, are unproven.
Unfounded rumors are circulating that the Clinton Foundation paid for Chelsea Clinton’s 2010 wedding.
A fake news website started false reports that Hillary Clinton’s campaign paid Beyonce and Jay-Z $62 million for a concert in Cleveland to earn support of black voters.
A fake news website started false rumors that an FBI agent connected to leaked Clinton emails has been found dead in a murder-suicide.
Unfounded reports have gone viral that an NYPD bombshell will reveal new emails incriminating Hillary Clinton.
Bill Clinton took trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express” in the early 2000s, but claims that those trips implicate Clinton in a sex ring are unproven.
There’s no proof that Huma Abedin kept Hillary Clinton emails in a folder labeled “life insurance.”
Unproven rumors claim that Bill Clinton was expelled from Oxford after being accused of raping a woman named Eileen Wellstone.