Morgan Freeman did not convert to Islam at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
This video is from the 2019 Arab Club Champions Cup in Morocco, North Africa, and is unrelated to Qatar's 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The image in question was created by a cartoonist and is not the official 2022 FIFA World Cup logo released by FIFA or Qatar Authorities.
The birth rate in Hungary has declined in 2022 compared to previous years, but there is no evidence that it is due to adverse effects of vaccinations.
Did Russian ex-president and the deputy chair of Russia's Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, tweet that Moscow "is ready to supply Poland with the best air defence systems to prevent further aggression from Ukraine"? No, that's not true:
15,000 non-Qataris died between 2010 and 2019 but reports state that only 37 of these deaths may be related to the World Cup.
Exit polls are yet to be conducted as the elections are scheduled to be held in December. An altered image has been shared with false claims.
The video of a man praying during an earthquake dates back to the 2018 earthquake in Indonesia, not the November 2022 earthquake.
Did former President Donald Trump tweet on November 19, 2022, for the first time since having his Twitter account reinstated? No, that's not true: He has not tweeted since January 8, 2021. The claim appeared in an Instagram post on Novemb
Ecuador won the opener, and there is no evidence Qatar bribed any Ecuadorian players.
A flag bearing the "Hussain" name was hoisted at the inauguration of the Imam Reza Stadium in 2017. It is unrelated to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
A video of Iftar prayers offered at a stadium in Kazan, Russia in 2019 has been falsely linked to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Did a serial killer murder a half dozen girls in Eureka, California, in the first two weeks of November 2022? No, that's not true: Lead Stories searched Eureka area news sites and found no crime reports or news alerts about this. "This is
A 2021 video of children reciting from the Quran at the Al Thumama Stadium inauguration has been misattributed to the 2022 World Cup inauguration.
A six-year-old video of Zakir Naik converting people to Islam has been falsely linked to his presence at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The images are originally from 2020 and 2021, wrongly linked to the 2022 Midterm elections. The claim originated on a satirical Twitter account.
Klaus Schwab's comments on restructuring the world for sustainable development are missing context, thus falsely linking them to conspiracy theories.
Did Iran sentence 15,000 protesters to death as of November 16, 2022? No, that's not true: While those participating in the uprising face serious risks to their well-being and in some cases their lives, the figure of 15,000 refers to the
Was there a gunfight between federal agents and U.S. Marines at the Federal Reserve headquarters in Washington, D.C., on November 8, 2022? No, that's not true: A public information officer for the Metropolitan Police Department of Washing
Did garbage collectors "from L.A. County California, to Chavez County New Mexico," find "thousands of midterm ballots" in the trash before the 2022 midterm elections? No, that's not true: The photos used in this claim are from news articl
Does a photograph of a packed street in the city of Sao Paulo show thousands of Brazilians protesting against alleged voter fraud after the country's 2022 presidential election? No, that's not true: The picture is from a 2016 protest agai
The graphic with the incorrect vote count was an error made by the network and was rapidly corrected. It is not evidence of election fraud.
Photos shows 2022 “midterm ballots in trash.”
Did the European Organization for Nuclear Research, most commonly known as CERN, admit in 2022 that it is "communicating with entities from the other side"? No, that's not true: Online speculations about the CERN-managed particle physics
https://www.factcheck.org/2022/11/the-2022-factcheck-awards/ We are very serious fact-checkers, but we
Do midterm election graphs of unofficial, private election tallies used by My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell on social media and on his Frank Speech website prove 2022 elections were stolen? No, that's not true: Spikes in the vote counts are a n
“Maricopa County intentionally reduced the polling places.”
Abortion rights supporters cheered a series of pro-abortion results during the 2022 midterm elections. At the same time, voters in many states that passed abortion bans re-elected the governors who enacted them.
Did a Pennsylvania judge's ruling allow mail-in ballots to be accepted and counted up until November 14, 2022? No, that's not true: According to the Pennsylvania Department of State, mail-in ballots must be received by the voter's respect
Video suggests GOP voters denied access in general election.
Suggests that “since mostly Democrats vote early” then that represents “made-up ballots or dead people voting.”
Summary We are very serious fact-checkers, but we also like to have a bit of fun. That’s why every two years, on Election Day, we recognize a few of the many political ads we see during the campaign cycle with some not-to-be-taken-seriously award
PolitiFact is buckled in to continue fact-checking key Senate races we’ve been following all along: Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Nevada and Arizona. We're also ready to debunk election misinformation.
Did billionaire philanthropist George Soros fund the purchase of voting machines in order to rig the 2022 midterm elections? No, that's not true: Elections are funded by taxpayer dollars and Soros has no connections to voting machine or v
En Español: Puede que no se sepan los resultados electorales la noche del 8 de noviembre, ya que toma tiempo contar los votos que llegaron por correo. Esto no es un indicador de fraude. Expertos dicen que es importante tener paciencia.
The attack on Paul Pelosi shows how consumption of radical content can escalate to political violence. Despite social media platforms’ efforts to remove QAnon content, support of the theory often persists unchecked.
Did Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who recently lost his reelection bid in a fiercely contested runoff, declare martial law on November 2, 2022? No, that's not true: A fake presidential decree circulating on social media that makes t
Did the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pass "new laws and regulations" to ban sea moss in November 2022? No, that's not true: The FDA does not have the legal authority to either propose or approve legislation, including bans. As a reg
Did Elon Musk fire Twitter employees on November 4, 2022 for telling him their pronouns ? No, that's not true: These online rumors were based on a satirical article published before the tech billionaire completed the acquisition of Twitte
Has a recording of Paul Pelosi's October 28, 2022, phone call to emergency dispatchers leaked? No, that's not true: The San Francisco Police Department, which responded to the attack on the 82-year-old husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelos