The screed mentioned the "Great Replacement Theory," a white supremacist narrative that has also found footing on Fox News.
An online advertisement showed a picture of the White House correspondent and led to a 223-page slideshow article.
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.
Many people were skeptical about initial reports of Samuels' death.
"Pfizer tries to hide 2.4K full-time hires handling vax injuries."
NBC News “covered up Hunter Biden laptop story.”
Why aren’t we talking about this? It seems, if the booster shot is making it thrice as likely that you’re going to be deadsville, that they’re going to carrying you out by the handles, why aren’t we talking about that? Mark Ste
Says a Fox New chyron said the Snickers candy bar is changing its texture because of “cancel culture.”
Viral social media posts show a screenshot of a Newsmax segment that purportedly included Ben Shapiro as an example of a black conservative.Jason Campbell @JasonSCampbellThis is an actual screenshot from Newsmax. I did not edit this. April 20th 20227,3
Newsmax supposedly listed the men's names and headshots above a chyron that suggested they were among "Black conservatives" who leftist Americans considered "to be traitors."
On April 20 2022, a purported Newsmax “Black conservatives” Twitter screenshot circulated on Imgur and Reddit: TIL Ben is considered to be a traitor from benshapiro One of the Reddit iterations appeared on r/ToiletP
https://www.poynter.org/fact-checking/2022/brazils-fact-checkers-air-concerns-over-fake-news-bill/ A Br
A Brazilian bill designed to contain the spread of mis- and disinformation narrowly failed an “accelerated pathway” vote Wednesday in the lower house of Congress, one of two representative voting […] The post Brazil’s fact-checkers air conc
An interview broadcast by GB News, and watched more than 250,000 times across Facebook and YouTube, makes a number of inaccurate claims about Covid-19 and vaccines. The segment on 23 March, presented by the author and television presenter Mark St
Suggests ivermectin is an effective treatment for COVID-19
Britney Spears, less than five months after her conservatorship ended, confused some fans when she posted on Instagram that she's pregnant, and apparently married.
Did the prime minister of New Zealand say that she never allowed Rupert Murdoch, the creator of Fox News, to set up a media outlet there? No, that's not true: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern did not say she would not allow Murdoch to set up
A Miami Herald headline accused Ron DeSantis of using a “fake news site to raise cash.” (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images.)A headline for an article from the Miami Herald claims that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis “used [a] fake news site
The quote appears to have come from someone else.
On April 5 2022, an Imgur user shared a post saying, “DirecTv dropped OAN today!” — alongside an image of OAN’s logo. On Twitter, several prominent accounts made similar claims: OAN has officially been booted from DirecTV’s
For citizens to make informed decisions in a democracy, freedom of the press, freedom of expression and freedom of information are essential. But now that, in the words of Moisés […] The post Being essential in Colombia means fact-checking for m
Did this video showing live gun and tank battles originate as a BBC News broadcast about the conflict between Ukraine and Russia? No, that's not true: This footage did not come from a live news report of a real battle. The footage was fil
On March 23, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson sat before members of the Senate Judiciary Committee for the third day of her confirmation hearing for a spot on the U.S. Supreme […] The post How news coverage of Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmatio
News networks covered Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing live but not Ketanji Brown Jackson’s hearing.
REVIEW On 16 March 2022, Fox News published this opinion article by Marty Makary, a surgical oncologist at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. In the article, Makary listed what he considered the “10 biggest COVID mistakes” that health authorities
The Russian airstrike on a maternity hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine, had “the makings of yet another false flag operation” led by the U.S.
A recent on-air protest can’t be real because "there are no live on air television broadcasts in Russia. None. Ever.”
“A West Virginia inspection sticker on an Uber” proves the car was not in Ukraine.
One way to tell that this video is fake is that the size of Zelenskyy's head is disproportionate to that of his body.
Pierre Zakrzewski and Ukrainian journalist Oleksandra “Sasha” Kuvshynova were killed in Horenka.
William Hurt, the Oscar-winning actor of “Broadcast News,” “Body Heat” and “The Big Chill,” has died. He was 71.
Posts on Facebook claiming that an Italian news channel used a shot from the 1998 film Deep Impact to falsely illustrate people fleeing the Ukrainian capital Kyiv have been shared hundreds of times. The same claim is also circulating on Twitter. The po
A video clip from a Fox News TV show was widely shared following Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022.
Did Russia send jet bombers to Venezuela during its ongoing invasion of Ukraine in 2022? No, that's not true: A CNN news report describing Russian bombers that landed in Venezuela to conduct exercises over the Caribbean was broadcast in 2
The picture of a Ukrainian woman injured during a Russian airstrike in Chuhuiv was taken on February 24, 2022, and she is not a crisis actor.
“News report accidentally reveals doctors giving ‘banned’ COVID treatment to the Queen.”
Did a news report accidentally reveal that doctors are giving a "banned" COVID-19 treatment to Queen Elizabeth? No, that's not true: Due to an editing error, the Australian program "A Current Affair" featured a clip showing a bottle of St
A number of posts on Facebook claim that Queen Elizabeth II is being treated for Covid-19 with ivermectin, based on an error in a news report released by an Australian news broadcaster. A video, which features a doctor describing treatment option
“Embalmers finding ‘strange clots’ in jabbed people”