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Logically→ No, the flu cases in 2020-21 were not recorded as COVID-19
PolitiFact→ ‘No idea who this woman is’: Looking at Trump’s familiar defense in light of E. Jean Carroll case
After the verdict in the E. Jean Carroll case, former President Donald Trump wrote on Truth Social that he had “no idea who this woman is.” It’s a familiar tactic for Trump when confronted with accusations or to distance himself from people he kn
The Dispatch→ The Republican Case for Lying Down for Trump Again
Former President Donald Trump speaks to guests at an NRA event on April 14, 2023, in Indianapolis. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)Should GOP candidates grin and bear it one more time?Continue reading The Republican Case for Lying Down for Trump Aga
The Dispatch→ Sarah’s Buckets Hit SCOTUS (Oh, and Fox News Settles Dominion Case)
Also: DeSantis' death penalty changes stump David.Continue reading Sarah’s Buckets Hit SCOTUS (Oh, and Fox News Settles Dominion Case) »
Logically→ No Khalistani link to Bathinda military station shooting, incident was a case of fratricide
FactCheck.org→ Fewer Cases of Flu Due to Pandemic Precautions, Contrary to Viral Claim
SciCheck Digest Public health organizations have explained that the reason there were far fewer cases of the flu in 2020 and 2021 was likely due to measures adopted to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, such as handwashing and socia
The Dispatch→ A Modest Case for the Case Against Trump
Former President Donald Trump arrives to his hearing in Manhattan on April 4, 2023. (Photo by Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images)The indictment might not be strong, exactly, but neither is it as weak as many have argued.Continue reading A Modest Case for the Ca
PolitiFact→ Stormy Daniels’ order to pay Trump in failed defamation suit is unrelated to NY case
Donald Trump’s April 4 arrest on criminal charges is not likely to be impacted by a failed 2018 defamation case that Stormy Daniels brought against the then-president and a recent financial order that Daniels pay some of his legal fees.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Appearance Of ’33 COVID Cases’ Phrase In Multiple News Clips Does NOT Prove Pandemic Conspiracy
Does a string of edited-together U.S. news clips with the words "33 COVID cases" in one form or another in each prove that COVID-19 and the pandemic were fabricated or orchestrated? No, that's not true: The cherry-picked soundbites -- all
PolitiFact→ Janet Protasiewicz – Kelly did unrecuse himself in voting case, but never got the chance to decide the matter
As a sitting Supreme Court justice, Daniel Kelly recused himself from a case, then “he pocketed $20,000 in contributions” from the plaintiff and family members and “unrecused himself so he could judge the case.”
PolitiFact→ Donald Trump – Donald Trump exaggerates Manhattan crime levels in attacks on DA in Stormy Daniels case
Violent crime in Manhattan is "now at a record level."
The Dispatch→ The Real Problem With the Manhattan DA’s Case Against Trump
Robert Fix shows his support for Donald Trump near his Mar-a-Lago home on March 20, 2023 in Palm Beach, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)Relegating political questions to the legal system lets the former president cast himself as a victim. Co
PolitiFact→ Fact-checking Trump on the Stormy Daniels case: The statute of limitations and the FEC's role
As Donald Trump looks ahead to possible charges related to adult entertainment star Stormy Daniels, he has preemptively been making the case for why he is innocent. We took a closer look at two of these defenses.
Poynter→ Q&A: Can Trump run for president if indicted in the Stormy Daniels case? What happens if he’s arrested?
Criminal charges against a former president would be historically unprecedented. We asked legal experts questions that might be atop Americans’ minds.
PolitiFact→ Q&A: Can Trump run for president if indicted in Stormy Daniels case? What happens if he's arrested?
Legal experts agreed that criminal charges would not prevent Donald Trump from running for president and likely wouldn't pose any logistical hurdles for his campaign.
The Dispatch→ Dominion v. Fox News: A Good Case, But Not a Slam Dunk
Members of the activist groups Truth Tuesdays and Rise and Resist gathered outside the NewsCorp Building in Manhattan on March 7, 2023. (Photo by Erik McGregor/LightRocket/Getty Images)The Supreme Court’s ‘actual malice’ standard is a high bar to
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Case Study Does NOT Prove Pfizer COVID Vaccine Linked To Fivefold Increase In Cancer Biomarker
Does a medical case study prove there's a link between the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and a fivefold increase in a cancer biomarker? No, that's not true: The case report looks at one person, a 79-year-old woman with ovarian cancer. It doesn'
PolitiFact→ What’s the ‘determinant’ in police use of force cases: The civilian's race or the officer's?
Citing Tyre Nichols’ death, attorney Ben Crump said a civilian’s race, not a police officer’s, determines use of excessive force. Studies and data to answer that question are limited, experts told PolitiFact.
The Dispatch→ The Case for Moderate Optimism on the Debt Ceiling
Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy. (Photo by Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images.)A pep talk to myself.The post The Case for Moderate Optimism on the Debt Ceiling appeared first on The Dispatch.
AllSides→ Trump, Biden classified documents cases differ in key ways. Here’s how.
https://www.politifact.com/article/2023/jan/11/Trump-Biden-classified-documents-cases-differ/ Soon afte
PolitiFact→ Trump, Biden classified documents cases differ in key ways. Here’s how.
Both Trump and Biden had classified documents stored in unauthorized locations. But experts said what is known so far suggests there are important differences, including the number of documents involved and how the Biden and Trump legal teams responded.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: GoodSciencing.com List Contains Obvious Non-Cardiac, Non-Vaccine Related Cases of Dead Or Collapsed Athletes
Does an article listing 1,616 "athlete collapses and deaths" between January 2021 and December 2022 prove a connection between these mishaps and the COVID-19 vaccine? No, that's not true: While the article documents scores of "athletes" w
The Dispatch→ The FTC’s Misguided Case Against Meta
FTC Commissioner Lina Khan. (Photo by Graeme Jennings/AFP/Getty Images.)Its attempt to block the acquisition of a virtual-reality app maker is more about going after Big Tech than about protecting consumers.The post The FTC’s Misguided Case Against
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: 2021 Was NOT A Year With No Flu Cases Worldwide
Were there zero influenza cases worldwide in 2021 because flu cases were fraudulently recorded as COVID-19 cases? No, that's not true: Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, flu cases have been categorized separately f
AllSides→ Fact Check: Dem Congressman Claims ‘All Evidence’ Points to Alito Leaking Own Draft in Abortion Case
PolitiFact→ Jeh Johnson – Jeh Johnson wrong that asylum cases’ approval is ‘only about 20%’
“Only about 20%” of people who apply for asylum qualify for it.
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – No evidence of fraud in case of NY man who incorrectly used ballot-marking device
Video shows a faulty New York voting machine invalidated a GOP vote in governor’s race.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Court Case Numbers Can NOT Be Cashed In As US Savings Bonds
Can court case numbers be "cashed in" as U.S. savings bonds? No, that's not true: A Treasury Department spokesperson told Lead Stories this claim is "100% false." The claim appeared in a TikTok post on September 7, 2022. The caption is "#
PolitiFact→ Viral image – Looking at claims about why the FBI is involved in the Pelosi case
The FBI took over the investigation into the attack on Paul Pelosi because San Francisco authorities weren’t sticking to Nancy Pelosi’s talking points.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Serial Killer NOT Active In Charlotte, North Carolina — Police Say Cases NOT Related
Is a serial killer slaying Black women and girls in Charlotte, North Carolina, with police unable to stop the culprit? No, that's not true: The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) told Lead Stories that none of the cases report
Logically→ Rishi Sunak’s briefcase changing color from red to green proves we exist in a simulation.
The briefcase's color was edited by Sky News in this video report from 2020 to make a point about the then-upcoming U.K. budget being "green."
Logically→ A 2019 court case ruling supports the Flat Earth theory.
The ruling was based on technical stipulations outlined by Zen Garcia in his contest and does not suggest that the earth's curvature cannot be proven.
Snopes→ Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Adnan Syed in ‘Serial’ Case
A prosecutor apologized to Adnan Syed and the family of Hae Min Lee after announcing that her office would not retry Syed for Lee's 1999 killing.
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – No, Trump documents case judge didn’t lose her law license
Judge Aileen Cannon “loses her license.”
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – No, Aileen Cannon, the judge in Trump documents case, wasn’t arrested
Aileen Cannon has been arrested.
Snopes→ Fugitive in Massive Navy Bribery Case Caught in Venezuela
The international manhunt for Leonard Glenn Francis ended with his arrest by Venezuelan authorities morning at the Caracas airport.
Snopes→ ‘Serial’ Case: Adnan Syed Released, Conviction Tossed
A Baltimore judge ordered the release of Adnan Syed after overturning Syed’s conviction for the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee — a case that was chronicled in the hit podcast “Serial.”
Poynter→ No, Trump’s lawyers did not quit in the Mar-a-Lago case
Former President Donald Trump’s legal woes have mounted since he left office, including criminal and civil investigations into the Trump Organization. The most recent example is a federal investigation into his handling […] The post No, Trump
AllSides→ Was Trump’s Special Master a Judge in Jeffrey Epstein Case?