Cellphone data used to arrest the Idaho quadruple-murder suspect proves that criticism of the “2000 Mules” movie’s use of cell data is unfounded.
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PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – Instagram post falsely says ‘2,000 Mules’ proves Democrats cheated
The documentary “2,000 Mules proves” Democrats “cheated on the 2020 elections.”
Poynter→ Former AG Bill Barr discredited the ‘2,000 Mules’ voter fraud film in a Jan. 6 hearing
Former Attorney General William Barr denigrated evidence of voter fraud presented in the documentary “2000 Mules” as “singularly unimpressive” during his interview with House committee investigators looking into the Jan. […
PolitiFact→ In Jan. 6 hearing, former AG Bill Barr discredits ‘2,000 Mules’ voter fraud film
Former Attorney General William Barr said the evidence for voter fraud presented in “2,000 Mules” was “singularly unimpressive.” Here’s what else he told House Jan. 6 investigators about the documentary.
AllSides→ Evidence Gaps in ‘2000 Mules’
https://www.factcheck.org/2022/06/evidence-gaps-in-2000-mules/ A conservative film now playing in selec
FactCheck.org→ Evidence Gaps in ‘2000 Mules’
A conservative film now playing in select theaters around the country isn’t “determinative, definitive” proof of widespread voter fraud, as former President Donald Trump has claimed. “It’s called ‘2000 Mules,'” Tru
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence Law Enforcement Raided Arizona Nonprofits In ‘2000 Mules’ Ballot Trafficking Investigation
Is there proof of law enforcement raids on multiple Arizona nonprofit organizations in a "2000 Mules"-driven ballot trafficking investigation? No, there's no evidence that's true: Reporting by The Arizona Republic puts two uniformed offic
AllSides→ Fact Checking Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘2,000 Mules’
https://factcheck.thedispatch.com/p/fact-checking-dinesh-dsouzas-2000?s=r On May 7, 2,000 Mules, a doc
Poynter→ The ‘2,000 mules’ trailer about voting by mail in the 2020 election is built on a faulty premise
“2000 mules,” a new documentary from a right-wing filmmaker with a history of spreading false claims, promises to give evidence to millions of Americans who believe something went wrong in […] The post The ‘2,000 mules’ trailer ab
The Dispatch→ Fact Checking Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘2,000 Mules’
On May 7, 2,000 Mules, a documentary film from right-wing provocateur Dinesh D'Souza, debuted in more than 270 theaters across the country. The movie, which grossed more than $1 million on the streaming service Rumble in under 12 hours, purports
Snopes→ Did Trey Gowdy Praise ‘2000 Mules’?
According to a viral meme, Gowdy attended a viewing of the film purporting to prove the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: ‘2000 Mules’ Does NOT Prove 2020 Election Was Stolen — Documentary Contains Holes, Assumptions
Does the movie "2000 Mules" prove the 2020 presidential election was stolen by voter fraud? No, that's not true: The film's producers promote a theory that 2,000 people in five key swing states collected and delivered hundreds of thousand
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Trey Gowdy Did NOT Say He Saw Movie ‘2000 Mules’ Or He ‘Always Believed That Rampant Cheating Occurred’ In Election
Did former U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy say he saw the movie "2000 Mules" at Mar-a-Lago and that he "always believed that rampant cheating occurred" in the 2020 election? No, that's not true: The Republican from South Carolina told Lead Stories b
Snopes→ FACT FOCUS: Gaping Holes in the Claim of 2K Ballot ‘Mules’
AP: New film uses a flawed analysis of cellphone location data and ballot drop box surveillance footage to cast doubt on the results of the 2020 presidential election.
PolitiFact→ The faulty premise of the ‘2,000 mules’ trailer about voting by mail in the 2020 election
Dinesh D’Souza’s movie trailer ‘2,000 mules’ alleges that the collection of mail ballots in battlegrounds in 2020 was a case of “organized crime.” We explain why his premise is faulty and misleading.
Snopes→ FBI Concerned by Money Mules Roped Into Fraud Schemes
The FBI is grappling with a seemingly endless cycle of money laundering schemes that law enforcement officials say they’re scrambling to slow through a combination of prosecution and public awareness.
FactCheck.org→ FactChecking Trump’s CNN Town Hall
Former President Donald Trump’s town hall event felt like a lightning round of false and misleading claims — most of which we’ve heard before. Among them: He claimed the conservative group True the Vote found Democrats “stu
FactCheck.org→ Explaining the Missing Context of Tucker Carlson’s Jan. 6 Presentation
Quick Take On Jan. 6, 2021, about 140 police officers were assaulted during the Capitol riot, and 326 participants — more than 100 armed with weapons — have been charged. But Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson has used recently re
Truth or Fiction?→ Arizona Election Deniers Wilted When Asked for Proof: Report
Election deniers in Arizona folded when asked to provide proof of their voting-related conspiracy theories, according to a Washington Post report. The story was based on an investigation into “voter fraud” carried out by then-state Attorney
Lead Stories→ 2022 At Lead Stories: Debunking Claims About War, Vaccines and Elections; Debunking In Three New Languages & Defeating Lawsuits
The year is almost over, so it is good to look back. First, the numbers, as of December 15, 2022. This year we have published 1,555 fact checks in English (so far ...) 283 fact checks about COVID misinformation; 244 debunks of Russian
FactCheck.org→ The Whoppers of 2022
Summary The midterm elections are finally over, but it won’t be long before the 2024 campaign cycle — which will really start in 2023 — gets going. Before that happens, we’ve put together this list of the year’s bigges
Truth or Fiction?→ Charlie Kirk Reads Messages From Georgians Bragging About Not Voting?
On December 8 2022, two Imgur accounts shared screenshots of a popular tweet which claimed that right-wing pundit and disinformation purveyor Charlie Kirk spent the first hour of his online show “reading emails from his listeners who said they d
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Arizona ‘Poll Watcher’ Did NOT Have Access To Voter Check-In Data — 200 Extra People Did NOT Cast Ballots
Did a Republican poll watcher in Arizona have access to voter check-in information where she claims to have seen evidence that 200 extra ballots were counted? No, that's not true: The Maricopa County Elections Department told Lead Stories
FactCheck.org→ Counting Mail-In Ballots Delays Results, But Doesn’t Denote Fraud
Quick Take Mail-in ballots have become a popular way to vote in the U.S. But the unfounded claim persists that mail ballots lead to rampant fraud and, if counted after Election Day, they are suspect. By law, many states don’t start counting mail
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: GPS Data From Cellphones Does NOT Facilitate Election Fraud
Does GPS data from voters' cellphones help election fraudsters identify those who were registered but did not vote so the fraudsters can cast illegal ballots in the name of those people? Should voters avoid bringing cellphones to polling
Truth or Fiction?→ ‘Victory for the Voters’: Arizona Ballot ‘Watchers’ Ordered to Stay Away from Drop Boxes
The right-wing, conspiracist-minded group that bragged about staking out election drop boxes in Arizona was ordered by a federal judge to stay at least 75 feet away from them, and forbidden from speaking to voters unless spoken to first. Judge Michael
Truth or Fiction?→ Immigrant, Retiree, Womens’ Groups File Lawsuits to Stop Voter Intimidation in Arizona
The right-wing group linked to various “poll watchers” in Arizona faces two separate lawsuits from organizations representing women, immigrants, and retirees. Both lawsuits — one by the Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans and Voto
Truth or Fiction?→ Arizona Alerts DOJ After Complaints About Right-Wing Ballot ‘Watchers’
As election deniers and conspiracy theorists appeared to set their sights on Arizona (among other states), both state and federal officials have been alerted regarding possible voter intimidation in Phoenix in October 2022. According to KNXV-TV reporte
FactCheck.org→ Social Media Claims Misrepresent Election Software CEO’s Arrest
Quick Take The CEO of a company that maintained poll worker data for Los Angeles County has been arrested as “part of an investigation into the possible theft of personal identifying information” of those poll workers, according to Los Ange
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Ad NOT Realistic In Claiming Jewelry, Including Copper Bracelet, Relieves Gout
Is an online video advertisement realistic in showing people having inflammation reduced due to wearing a piece of jewelry? No, that's not true: Clinical studies that included multiple forms of arthritis, done by credible clinics and medi
FactCheck.org→ Post Misleadingly Equates 2016 Democratic Effort to Trump’s 2020 ‘Alternate Electors’
Quick Take After the 2016 presidential election, some progressive Democrats tried to convince electors for Donald Trump to switch their Electoral College votes to Hillary Clinton. But a conservative commentator misleadingly claimed in a social media po
The Dispatch→ Fact-Checking Day 2 of the January 6 Hearings
(Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images)The second day of hearings by the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol focused on Donald Trump’s role in knowingly perpetuating the false narrativ
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: US Military Did NOT Arrest Congress At White House
Did the U.S. military arrest members of Congress at the White House? No, that's not true: This did not happen, and the video making the claim seemingly used the title for clickbait. The claim appeared in a video posted to Facebook publish
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Geotracking NOT Only Evidence Used By Justice Department To Place January 6 Defendants Inside Capitol
Is geotracking the only evidence being used by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to place January 6, 2021, defendants inside the U.S. Capitol? No, that's not true: FBI investigators and the DOJ are using the tracking data, along with Wi-Fi
The Dispatch→ Fact Check: Did the Military Arrest the White House Deputy Chief of Staff?
(Screenshot from CSPAN.)A widely shared article from Real Raw News, which describes itself as trying “to bring light to topics often ignored by others,” claims that the military arrested President Joe Biden’s campaign manager and Whit
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Arizona Woman Did NOT Plead Guilty To Role In Supposed Ballot Trafficking Ring From 2020 Presidential Election
Did a Yuma County, Arizona, woman plead guilty to a role in a sophisticated ballot trafficking ring that supposedly stole the 2020 presidential election from Donald Trump? No, that's not true: Guillermina Fuentes did plead guilty on June
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: US Military Did NOT Arrest White House Deputy Chief of Staff
Did the military arrest the current White House deputy chief of staff, Jennifer Brigid O'Malley Dillon? No, that's not true: Lead Stories received an email from a duty officer at the Pentagon who told us the claim was not true. The claim
FactCheck.org→ FactChecking Trump’s MAGA Rally
In a campaign speech supporting the Republican candidate in a special House election in Pennsylvania’s 18th District, President Donald Trump made several false and misleading statements on a range of topics, from drug smuggling to the stock marke
FactCheck.org→ Will Trump’s Wall Stop Drug Smuggling?
President Donald Trump says that his proposed wall along the Mexico border “will stop much of the drugs from pouring into this country.” We cannot predict the future, but the fact is that most illicit drugs pass undetected through legal por