Did Bill Clinton and Pope Francis call for "urgent depopulation" to save the planet? No, that's not true: The pope and former President Clinton had a public conversation in September 2023 during the Clinton Global Initiative 2023 meeting
Does a photo of barrels inside the fuselage of a plane show anything strange or is it legitimately unclear what they are for? Nope, these are just water ballast tanks that allow a test plane to be loaded with weight which can be distribut
It’s not clear how many more migrants might come as a result of any future returns agreement with the EU, but the 100,000 figure is based on a number of assumptions.
Plus: Trump’s abortion comments reflect his third way. Will pro-lifers acquiesce?
CNN reported “breaking news” that the Pentagon announced a plan to “implant Americans with nanotech particles.”
Does a video of the South Tower at the World Trade Center in New York City exploding without a plane crashing into it during the 9/11 attacks mean that bombs were the reason the buildings exploded? No, that's not true: The video has been
A FEMA office in Chicago is proof of a conspiracy.
His fight for the survival of the GOP.
Did President Joe Biden announce in September 2023 that his administration intends to "increase the number and intensity of the extreme weather events"? No, that's not true: A social media video used incomplete footage of a speech to impl
Video shows President Joe Biden confirmed “the Lahaina fires were planned.”
A video claiming Russian president Vladimir Putin warned of a plan to depopulate the world has been shared thousands of times on Facebook.
CLAIM: A video of a woman positioning herself upside down in a chair-like object, her arms resting in stirrups and her knees on the seat, shows a concept for new airplane seats.
The contrails and wingtip vortices that can sometimes be seen emerging from planes are not ‘chemtrails’.
Social media posts suggest a UKHSA job advert shows that a new pandemic is being planned. But the UKHSA says the wording from the advert is a “legacy” from before the Covid-19 vaccine rollout began.
Sen. Rick Scott “wants to … end Social Security and Medicare coverage.”
Did the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) attempt to substitute "most salt in America" with a single alternative that contains "mRNA chemicals" and is produced by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates? No, that's not true: An FDA representativ
Should cracked watermelon not be eaten because the cracks may be from the plant growth regulator forchlorfenuron, which causes cancer and neurological complications? No, that's not true: The cracks in the flesh of watermelon are caused by
CLAIM: A video shows a World Health Organization representative discussing plans the agency is developing as a way to disregard human rights protections in the name of pandemic preparedness.
The claim has been debunked by tracking site FlightRadar24 since April 2020.
A number of books that quickly appeared as available for sale on Amazon were self-published, which can be done in a matter of days.
Did RT, a Russian state news organization, publish a headline saying that the plane whose crash killed Yevgheny Prigozhin was piloted by a person suffering "post-vaccine myocarditis"? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that RT ever
El libro “Fire & Fury” “salió un día después del fuego en Hawaii … Esto es más evidencia de que todo fue planificado”.
Ron DeSantis said that if elected president he would send troops to both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border and use lethal force against drug smugglers. Experts say these proposals wouldn’t curb fentanyl flow.
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
Video shows military planes over Nashville "dispersing materials into the atmosphere" for geoengineering.
Between empire and anarchy.
Have Latvia's "secret plans" to invade Russia recently been exposed? And does information from military archives confirm these plans? No, that's not true: The author of the claim later publicly referred to it as "obvious satire." The stor
The claim has been shared widely online following wildfires on the Hawaiian island.
Is the unusually fast publication speed for the book "Fire and Fury: The Story of the 2023 Maui Fire and Its Implications for Climate Change" a sign that something is suspicious -- that the author either was tipped off the disaster was go
A book published Aug. 10 about the Maui wildfires is proof the wildfires were planned.