Does a viral video prove the presence of NATO forces in Ukraine in May 2023? No, that's not true: The footage, predating the Russian invasion of Ukraine, shows Afghanistan. The claim appeared in a video on TikTok on May 10, 2023. The text
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Full Fact→ Video showing ‘NATO soldiers now in Ukraine’ was filmed in Afghanistan in 2021
A video shared on social media was filmed during evacuations from Kabul in August 2021, not in Ukraine.
Logically→ Old video of U.S. army withdrawing from Afghanistan falsely shared as NATO forces in Ukraine
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NATO Did NOT Sign Agreement Not To Expand Eastwards After Soviet Union’s Fall
Did NATO sign a written agreement not to expand eastwards after the fall of the Soviet Union? No, that's not true: On its website, NATO refutes the claim, and even Russia -- which historically argued that it was offered verbal guarantees
Truth or Fiction?→ Republican Senator Weighs in on Democracy: ‘Let’s Don’t Have Elections Anymore’
On May 16 2023 a Reddit account on r/WhitePeopleTwitter shared a Twitter screenshot which indicated that Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) stated that Americans shouldn’t “have elections any more” during an appearance on Newsmax:
The Dispatch→ Entitlement Reform w/ Senator Cassidy
Trump and Biden “demagogueing” the issue. Continue reading Entitlement Reform w/ Senator Cassidy »
The Dispatch→ Senators Examine Worldwide Threats
Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines speaks during a hearing with the Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)Plus: A new China competition bill is in the works, and e-commerce trade benefits receiv
PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – That’s no masked impersonator. It’s really President Joe Biden.
Video shows someone impersonating Joe Biden in a mask.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence Russian Missile Strike ‘Killed 200 NATO Generals, Including At Least 20 Or 30 High-Ranking American Officers’
Does a TV interview with international affairs analyst Gilbert Doctorow prove that a Russian hypersonic missile "killed 200 NATO generals, including at least 20 or 30 high-ranking American officers"? No, that's not true: Doctorow doesn't
The Dispatch→ North Carolina’s Gritty Gubernatorial Campaign
North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson speaks during a Save America rally for former President Donald Trump in 2022. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)The state’s Republicans hold most political power, but the 2024 campaign for governor will be com
Truth or Fiction?→ Missouri State Senator on ’12-Year-Old Marriage’
On April 12 2023, a Reddit user shared a post to r/WhitePeopleTwitter, claiming that Missouri State Sen. Mike Moon (R) argued in favor of child marriage: The party of “FaMilY ValUeS” by u/IReallyDontCare91 in WhitePeopleTwitter
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Photo Does NOT Show Russian ‘Retaliation Strike’ On Secret NATO Bunker
Does a social media photo show the aftermath of Russian bombing of a NATO "secret underground bunker," possibly in Ukraine? No, that's not true: The image is a screenshot from a March 2021 video showing the aftermath of explosions at an o
Logically→ This image does not show a recent Russian attack on a NATO base; it was taken in Syria in 2021
Logically→ No, Senator Ted Cruz didn’t tweet the same message after every mass shooting incident in the U.S.
Logically→ California State Senator Scott Wiener did not pose with a book titled ‘How to Legally Kidnap Children’
The Dispatch→ Hallucinators and Grifters
Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to reporters on March 4, 2023, in National Harbor, Maryland. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)Donald Trump is not the cure for what ails us. Continue reading Hallucinators and Grifters »
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Caption NOT Correct: Video Shows NATO Equipment Being Shipped To US From Europe
Does the caption on a video on social media correctly state that the video shows NATO military equipment arriving in Europe? No, that's not true: These vehicles were preparing to leave Europe. The video shows U.S. Army vehicles from the 3
Logically→ A video shows a helicopter provided by NATO being shot down in Ukraine.
PolitiFact→ National Republican Senatorial Committee – No, Tammy Baldwin isn’t trying to take away Social Security and Medicare
“Tammy Baldwin wants to take away” Medicare and Social Security.
Logically→ NATO or the U.S. used HAARP to cause the earthquake in Turkey on February 6.
There is no evidence that either NATO or the U.S. caused the earthquake in Turkey, and there are scientific, natural explanations for the disaster.
PolitiFact→ Tweets – NATO and U.S. troops and trainers have not died in Ukraine war
In Ukraine, 2,458 NATO soldiers and 234 NATO military trainers have died, some of whom are from the U.S.
The Dispatch→ The Turkish Roadblock to an Expanded NATO
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses the parliament last October. (Photo by ADEM ALTAN/AFP via Getty Images)Sweden and Finland still want to join the alliance, but Turkey stands squarely in the way.The post The Turkish Roadblock to an Expa
Logically→ Statsminister Ulf Kristersson tillåter utplacering av kärnvapen i Sverige under fredstid, i samband med NATO:s anbud.
Påståendet är baserat på en felöversättning. Ulf Kristersson sa motsatsen: Det finns inte några skäl till att placera kärnvapen i Sverige under fredst
The Dispatch→ Turkish Demands Over Kurdish Refugees Are Threatening Sweden’s NATO Accession
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.(Photo. by Cem Tekkesinoglu/dia image/Getty Images.)It’s time for the U.S. and other NATO nations to put pressure on Erdoğan.The post Turkish Demands Over Kurdish Refugees Are Threatening Sweden’s NATO Acces
The Dispatch→ Anatomy of an Airline Debacle
A Southwest passenger in Los Angeles, 2022. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)It’s awful, sure, but Southwest has little reason to care about the average flier.The post Anatomy of an Airline Debacle appeared first on The Dispatch.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Merkel Does NOT Say In Interview That U.S., NATO Planned War In Ukraine Against Russia
Did former German Chancellor Angela Merkel reveal in an interview plans by the United States and NATO for war in Ukraine with Russia? No, that's not true: Nowhere in her interview with the German weekly news magazine Der Spiegel, which wa
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Biden’s Ex-COVID-19 Coordinator Jeff Zients Did NOT Die At Guantanamo Bay’s Camp Delta On December 21, 2022
Did former White House Covid-19 coordinator Jeff Zients die at Guantanamo Bay's Camp Delta in Cuba on December 21, 2022, after being arrested by the U.S. military? No, that's not true. This claim originated from an article published on a
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Video doesn’t show senator telling Mayorkas he would be impeached
Video shows Sen. John Kennedy telling Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, “You will be impeached.”
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: COVID Response Coordinator Was NOT Arrested By Military On December 12, 2022
Was Jeff Zients, a former White House coordinator for COVID-19 response under President Joe Biden, arrested by the military on December 12, 2022? No, that's not true: The Department of Defense told Lead Stories that the claim, which was p
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Seedless Fruits Do NOT ‘Sterilize’ Humans — NO ‘Terminator Gene’ Removes Seed From Fruits
Does a "terminator gene" exist that creates seedless fruits that "sterilize" or cause infertility in humans who consume these fruits? No, that's not true: Multiple professors who study plant genetics told Lead Stories that these claims ar
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Fox 10 Phoenix Mistake Does NOT Prove Voter Fraud In Arizona Gubernatorial Race
Was a Phoenix affiliate of Fox News part of an attempt to defraud voters by calling the Arizona governor's race 12 days before Election Day? No, that's not true: While the affiliate, Fox 10 Phoenix, did accidentally air a graphic in late
PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – Split-ticket votes in Arizona aren’t evidence of fraud in gubernatorial contest
Split election results show the Arizona governor’s race was rigged.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NATO Did NOT Host "Demonic" Dance Performance At Conference
Did The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) host a contemporary dance performance that some commenters have called "demonic" at one of its conferences? No, that's not true: The performance took place in 2017 at Ghent University, Bel
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: This Map Does NOT Show Returns In NY Gubernatorial Race After Counting 99% Of Votes
Does a viral map claiming that identical tallies turned New York predominantly blue in the gubernatorial race with ">99%" votes allegedly counted prove election fraud? No, that's not true: Even three days after the video with the map w
PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – Scott Jensen conceded the Minnesota gubernatorial race. It wasn't 'stolen'
“Minnesota was stolen from Scott Jensen.”
The Dispatch→ Fact Check: Did a Phoenix TV Station Air Results From the State’s Gubernatorial Election?
Viral social media posts are claiming that Fox 10 Phoenix aired election results of the Arizona gubernatorial race prior to the election, showing Democratic candidate Katie Hobbs winning in favor of her Republican opponent, Kari Lake. An Instagram post
Logically→ Video shows a protest against NATO and the war in Ukraine was held in France.
The October 16 protest held in Paris was about rising living costs and global warming. It was not against NATO or the Russia-Ukraine war.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Sophia Stewart Did NOT Win $2.5 Billion Lawsuit Over Ideas For Terminator, Matrix Movies
Did Sophia Stewart win a $2.5 billion lawsuit against Warner Bros., Twentieth Century Fox and other Hollywood filmmakers for stealing ideas from her manuscripts to make "The Terminator" and "The Matrix" movies? No, that's not true: Stewar
PolitiFact→ National Republican Senatorial Committee – NRSC wrong that Mandela Barnes has come out “in favor of abortion up until the moment of birth.”
“Mandela Barnes came out in favor of abortion up until the moment of birth.”
PolitiFact→ State spending, school funding, abortion: fact-checking Iowa’s gubernatorial debate
State spending, school funding, abortion: fact-checking Iowa’s gubernatorial debate.