Does a video on social media show NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg faking a visit to the International Space Station (ISS) in front of a green screen? No, that's not true: In the original version of the clip, the narrator never identifies the
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Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Photos Of John Fetterman Do NOT Show Evidence That He Has Been Replaced By Body Double
Do recently released photos show some inexplicable changes to John Fetterman's appearance -- evidence that a clone has been substituted for the real senator from Pennsylvania? No, that's not true: Fetterman has been out of the public eye
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – No, this photo doesn’t show a John Fetterman body double. Here’s why.
Photo shows Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman has a body double.
Full Fact→ Photo doesn’t show police finding six skeletons in Wales
A Facebook post falsely claims that at least six skeletons have been found by police in Wales.
Full Fact→ Photo doesn’t show interior of ‘chemtrail plane’
Posts claiming that a photo shows the inside of a “chemtrail plane” have circulated online for many years. It’s actually a system for fighting forest fires.
Logically→ A photo from the ‘Russia-Africa in a Multipolar World’ conference shows Putin with government representatives from 40 African countries.
Logically→ A video shows Trump supporters protesting in New York amidst arrest rumors.
Logically→ A video shows an airplane accidentally releasing ‘chemtrails’ while stationary at an airport.
PolitiFact→ Joe Biden – Biden says expanded child tax credit sharply cut poverty for Black children; data shows he’s right
“We cut Black child poverty in half in 2021 because of the child tax credit.”
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Video shows Trump supporters demonstrating in 2020, not 2023
Video shows “Trump supporters lining up on Fifth Ave in Manhattan on Sunday.”
Full Fact→ Eating bugs hasn’t been shown to cause cancer or lung disease
A social media post claims that eating insects causes disease. But the evidence it cites does not support this.
Health Feedback→ Clinical trials show no association between the use of cholesterol-lowering drugs and Alzheimer’s or memory loss
REVIEW A Facebook reel claiming “Drs. Cause Alzheimers [sic]” went viral in mid-March 2023, receiving more than 113,000 views. The video featured a speech by veterinarian and naturopath Joel Wallach, who claimed that Alzheimer’s is a new disea
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: ‘Previously Censored Video’ Does NOT Show Antifa Members Dressing As Trump Supporters In Washington On January 6, 2021 — And Video Was NOT Censored
Does a "previously censored video" show antifa members dressing up as supporters of Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., on January 6, 2021? No, that's not true: The video found on social media was not censored before and features a short cl
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show Genetically Modified Mosquito With Number Stamped On It
Does a video on social media show a genetically modified (GM) mosquito with a number stamped on it? No, that's not true: An insect expert at the University of Wisconsin-Madison said the bug shown in the video "does not appear to be a mosq
PolitiFact→ Viral image – Photo doesn’t show Magic Johnson donating blood
Photo shows Magic Johnson donating blood “to help underprivileged communities help fight COVID-19.”
Logically→ Video shows cages in California intended to be used for humans in 15-minute cities.
Full Fact→ ONS release doesn’t show vaccines ‘killing in huge numbers’
An ONS bulletin about Covid-19 deaths by vaccination status does not show the vaccine is killing people in huge numbers.
Logically→ A video shows the aftermath of an earthquake in New Zealand’s Kermadec Islands on March 16, 2023.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show Alien Boarding Spaceship Before Flying Away — It’s Clip From Sci-Fi Short Film
Does a short video show in reality a lanky extraterrestrial boarding a hovering spaceship in a snowy field before flying away above a Siberian forest? No, that's not true: The animated clip is a cropped version of a science fiction short
PolitiFact→ Tweets – Did Kari Lake tweet that Donald Trump was ‘fat’ in 2016? Not that evidence shows
Kari Lake called Trump the “fattest president since Taft” in a 2016 tweet.
Health Feedback→ Alleged Morgellons test with cranberry juice doesn’t show nanoparticles, but precipitates from tannin-protein interactions
REVIEW A Facebook reel originating from TikTok, claiming that swishing cranberry juice in your mouth removes “all these nanoparticles from the chemtrails and from the pollution in the air”, went viral in March 2023, accruing more than 14,000 lik
Full Fact→ Think tank figure does not show 100,000 children ‘never went back to school’ due to lockdown
Journalist Isabel Oakeshott twice claimed that 100,000 children left education permanently as a result of the pandemic.
PolitiFact→ Viral image – Russian posters showing Biden direct people to U.S. Embassy, not ‘dementia care facilities’
“Russian dementia care facilities are using Biden on their poster.”
Logically→ Photos show a Satanic hotel in Plano, Texas, that will open on June 6.
Health Feedback→ U.S. mortality rate analysis by Josh Stirling is misleading; current data don’t show an association between COVID-19 vaccines and increased mortality
REVIEW In spite of pre-authorization clinical trials and post-marketing studies showing that COVID-19 vaccines’ benefits largely outweigh their possible risks, claims questioning their safety continue to persist. Health Feedback already showed
Logically→ This photo shows “something” coming down to earth from the sky in Turkey.
Logically→ Video shows a worker from Bihar who was stabbed to death in Tamil Nadu.
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
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: TikTok Video Is NOT Real Bill Gates TV Interview – It’s Deepfake Of Australian Show
Did Sarah Ferguson, the host of the Australian daily current affairs news program "7.30," pose several testy and loaded questions to Bill Gates when she interviewed him, resulting in Gates finally declaring, "OK that's enough. This interv
Health Feedback→ Analysis of alleged Medicare data by Steve Kirsch is flawed and doesn’t show COVID-19 vaccines increase mortality rate
REVIEW On 26 February 2023, entrepreneur Steve Kirsch published a Substack post with the headline “Medicare data shows the COVID vaccines increase your risk of dying”. Medicare is federal health insurance for people aged 65 and older in the U.
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Video doesn’t show U.S. Rep. Chip Roy grilling Vice President Kamala Harris
“Crowd erupts as Chip Roy grills Kamala Harris as she lies in Congress” in video.
Logically→ A video shows a helicopter provided by NATO being shot down in Ukraine.
Logically→ A video clip shows crows behaving erratically ahead of the Tajikistan earthquake.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show China Has Cloned Dinosaurs — These Are Animatronic Theme-Park Attractions
Does a video on social media show that China has successfully cloned several species of dinosaurs? No, that's not true: The video's clips, shot at different locations, show Jurassic-Park-themed animatronics and puppetry. The dinosaurs are
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show ‘Zelensky’s Double’ With Ukrainian Leader And President Joe Biden
Did Polish media "accidentally" catch on camera Volodymyr Zelenskyy's lookalike as he followed the Ukrainian leader during President Joe Biden's February 20, 2023, visit to Kyiv? No, that's not true: The person seen following the Ukrainia
Logically→ A photo shows Nigerian politician Babatunde Fashola accessing INEC’s server, which contains election results.
Logically→ An image shows an article published by The Guardian about a tomato famine in the U.K.
Poynter→ New reports show backing for the COVID-19 lab leak theory, but government agencies remain divided
A Feb. 26 report by The Wall Street Journal sent major ripples through the policy world and social media. The article said the Energy Department had concluded in a five-page report that […] The post New reports show backing for the COVID-19 lab
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Medicare Data Do NOT Show COVID Vaccines Increase Risk Of Dying
Do Medicare data show that COVID-19 vaccines increase your risk of dying? No, that's not true: "There is no credible scientific evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are causing excess deaths," or deaths that wouldn't have otherwise happened, t
PolitiFact→ New reports show backing for lab leak theory, but government agencies remain divided
Since the Energy Department reportedly backed the lab leak theory as COVID-19’s origin, some characterized the news as the government’s official stance. But it’s premature to say there’s consensus. Several intelligence agencies are undecided or