Did a guest on "The View" accuse White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre of espousing "bullshit" on an episode of "The View"? No, that's not true: Damon Imani, a social media personality, edited himself into clips of the real Decem
How likely is the verdict to stand?
Was writer E. Jean Carroll the only person to file a lawsuit under New York's Adult Survivors Act? No, that's not true: There were thousands of lawsuits filed under the law, which allowed adult sexual assault survivors to sue in civil cou
Advocates for sexual assault victims pushed for similar laws for years prior to the Carroll lawsuit.
Judge in E. Jean Carroll-Donald Trump trial “involved in sex trafficking.”
“Because wages are rising, this Thanksgiving dinner is the fourth-cheapest ever as a percentage of average earnings.”
Was White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre caught in a "drunk driving accident" by DC Metro Police? No, that's not true: There is no evidence to support this claim. The White House press office called the assertion "false" and the
Author and veteran journalist E. Jean Carroll said she is considering filing a new defamation suit against disgraced former U.S. President Donald Trump in the wake of a heavily-criticized “town hall” broadcast on CNN. “Everything̵
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
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was involved in a covered-up DUI accident
Did White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre say that the United States is "deeply concerned" about China and Brazil switching to national currencies when conducting business with each other? No, that's not true: A search of section
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema "voted with the president 93% of the time."
Jean-Luc Godard, the iconic “enfant terrible” of the French New Wave who revolutionized popular cinema and stood for years among world cinema's most vital directors, has died.
Overturning Roe v. Wade was an “unconstitutional action by” the Supreme Court.
When Joe Biden “walked into this administration … 20 million people were on unemployment insurance benefits.”
Tennis legend and LGBTQ rights activist Billie Jean King received France’s highest civilian honor, the Legion of Honor.
An image shared widely on Facebook claims the actor and martial artist Jean-Claude Van Damme said the following: “After I converted to Islam, I did not get any job offer from directors…But this is not important. I believe that I got the ri
The alleged quote was cited in May 2022, just after it was announced that Jean-Pierre would take over the role of White House press secretary in the Biden administration.
Abortion rates and the number of overall abortion procedures have been declining in the U.S. over the last decade, data show. But if you were watching a May 3 segment […] The post Jeanine Pirro wrongly says there are 63 million abortions per year
“There are 63 million abortions a year in this country.”
Were the video cameras in the prison cell of Jean-Luc Brunel, a French modeling agent and former associate of pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, not working when Brunel was found dead in his cell? No, that's not true: A spokesperson for
Paris police are investigating Jean-Luc Brunel’s death at the historic La Sante prison in Paris, France.
On August 30 2021, video of a woman later identified as Carrie Prejean Boller spread virally on Twitter; the clip depicted Prejean Boller “speaking out” against masks at a school board meeting in the southern California city of Encinitas on
On June 8 2021, an Imgur account shared a map chart meme titled “Average Jeans Color per State,” captioned “beware of internet facts,” a message we strongly endorse: Underneath the map (apparently shared to Tumblr), comments f
Mullets, dyed hair, and body piercings are also considered unacceptable.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro accused President Joe Biden of having “surrendered our southern border,” falsely claiming the new administration is allowing anyone to cross freely into the U.S. “It is now open to anyone from anywhere in t
Frozen pants may be hilarious, but dibs is no joke.
Did Fox news cancel Judge Jeanine's show? No, that's not true. Fox News denied the claim, saying in an email to Lead Stories that her absence was due to "election coverage," and that she would be back on the air the following weekend. The
As ambassador to Ireland in the 1990s, she played a role in the Northern Ireland peace process.
Did Fox News terminate Judge Jeanine Pirro's contract for her show, "Justice with Judge Jeanine?" No, that's not true: Pirro still hosts her show and is a legal analyst for Fox News Channel. This is a work of satire pushed by a liberal troll o
A long-running graphic illustrating some of the costs of the making a pair of blue jeans has been revived again on Facebook, but unlike many memes that appear and reappear time and again, it is largely accurate. The graphic originated in November 201
Social media posts have confused one woman who has accused Trump of sexual assault with another accuser.
"The only thing that would embarrass me is bad writing, and the only thing that really concerned me was my children."
Did Judge Jeanine Pirro takea job consulting for the White House? No, that's not true: the story was made up by a clearly labeled satire website but got copied by several websites anyway and sold as real news. The misspelling of Jeanine Pirro
On her show, Pirro noted that the Minnesota representative wears a hijab in apparent conformity to a directive in the Quran.
The godfather of shock rock and "All in the Family's" Edith Bunker definitely make an odd couple.
Did actor Jean-Claude Van Damma die of a heart attack? No, that's not true: the story of his death was made up by a website with a history of publishing death hoaxes. The story originated from an article published by chanteur-news-fr.info on
Did a study by "Dr. Felipe Maybals" show that 95% of men who wear skinny jeans are attracted to men? No, that's not true: the doctor and the study don't exist, the whole thing was made up by a "fauxtire" website as a joke. It is not real. Th
Did a company named "Jean Poole Productions" pull their promotion of Taylor Swift's upcoming world tour? No, that's not true: the company doesn't even exist, it was all made up by a liberal satire page on Facebook looking to troll conservativ