“The revelation of massive & widespread fraud & deception” in the 2020 election “allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution.”
Hitler “didn’t kill 6 million Jews” and “the Holocaust is not what happened.”
Did Qatar ban the German team's plane landing there for the FIFA World Cup because of the aircraft's inclusive logo and mural? No, that's not true: The plane left Frankfurt, Germany, and landed in Muscat, Oman, for training in mid-Novembe
Were Nancy Pelosi and "other Deep Staters" arrested at a President Joe Biden banquet in a faux White House owned by filmmaker Tyler Perry? No, that's not true: No branch of the U.S. military is allowed to arrest civilians, per the Posse C
Does a low serial number of the Nazi concentration camp tattoo disprove the scale of the Holocaust? No, that's not true: Those serial numbers are irrelevant to estimating the death toll among the Jewish population because most of the vict
Did World Economic Forum (WEF) Chairman Klaus Schwab suffer a second heart attack? No, that's not true: A WEF press spokesman said Schwab has never experienced a heart attack and confirmed that he is in "good health." The claim appeared i
Did former President Ronald Reagan deny that 6 million Jewish people were killed in concentration camps during World War II? No, that's not true: There is missing context to this video. A transcript of this event shows that Reagan is answ
There is no reasonable basis on which to interpret the census results as evidence of a Great Replacement.
GOP leaders find themselves with a slim majority—and questions about how to avoid disappointment again. The post House Republicans Begin to Pick Up the Pieces appeared first on The Dispatch.
Does a picture grid showing more than a dozen famous people, all of them with what seem to be black eyes, prove they got them from the COVID-19 vaccine? No, that's not true: All the images shown in the social media post were taken before
Is global warming caused by the solar system having two suns? No, that's not true: An astronomy expert and the National Weather Service told Lead Stories this claim is "completely false." The claim appeared in a video on Instagram on Nove
Did USA Today publish an article on November 30, 2022, titled, "Elon Musk's Neuralink implants have killed nearly 3000 monkeys since last December, 98% fatality rate"? No, that's not true: This is not a real USA Today headline and the num
Does a map showing "Terra-Infinita" show a real place composed of 178 worlds that exist beyond the domed territory of the "Known Lands" of Earth, ringed by a giant wall of ice and guarded by "custodians"? No, that's not true: This detaile
“There may be a new pandemic on the way after the release of a 50,000-year-old zombie virus.”
Did a tourist in Northern Ireland record a giant's "door" opening in the mountainside at Giant's Causeway? No, that's not true: This was part of a promotional video made by An Taisce - The National Trust for Ireland, a nongovernmental cha
Arizona midterm election was unlawful because the lab used to certify voting machines was not accredited.
“60% of counties in this country are refusing to implement the nation's gun laws.”
SciCheck Digest What appear to be ordinary postmortem blood clots are held up in a viral online video as supposed evidence that there’s a depopulation plot underway using COVID-19 vaccination to kill people. There’s no evidence for this theory.
Does carrageenan, a food stabilizer made from red seaweed, cause cancer? No, that's not true: A registered dietitian told Lead Stories that there is no substantial evidence that carrageenan causes cancer. Neither the Food and Drug Adminis
Herschel Walker “is heavily funded by the oil and gas industry, raking in more than $140,000 in donations from Big Oil and other energy interests."
Thousands of people have shared claims that a moment from a new Disney+ miniseries reveals a ‘satanic agenda’.
Some scientists have expressed concern over the potential health effects of low-level radiation from mobile devices, but there’s no evidence wireless headphones like AirPods are causing brain tumours.
It is not surprising that prescriptions of a palliative care drug used to make dying people more comfortable increased during one of the worst months of the pandemic.
No professional football player died in 2021 because of side effects of COVID-19 vaccines. The Exposé has misinterpreted data to suggest the same.
Did Twitter CEO Elon Musk announce in a tweet that he is "buying Snapchat and deleting all the filters"? No, that's not true: There is no publicly available evidence to suggest that Musk said or tweeted such a statement. The "tweet" in th
Did President Joe Biden choose a "Satan worshipper" to oversee the health of Americans? No, that's not true: Biden picked Dr. Demetre Daskalakis to serve as the deputy coordinator of a national health response team for a single disease, m
Suggests virologist’s death is linked to COVID-19 vaccines.
“Disney pushes ‘We love Satan’ in new family Christmas movie.”
Did Maricopa County, Arizona, lose some 292,000 votes in its final vote tally for the November 8, 2022, elections? No, that's not true: The tweet making that claim left out voters who returned their mail-in ballots in person and people wh
Elon Musk said he’s buying Snapchat.
“Maricopa County announced that on Election Day over 540,000 voters visited one of the 223” vote centers, but final official results data claimed that “only 248,070 people voted.”
There’s no evidence that Covid-19 PCR tests are being used to clone humans. A paper cited to support this theory explores the use of the PCR technique in gene cloning, not reproductive cloning.
It’s just one of the challenges he’ll face if he becomes House speaker.The post Can McCarthy Control the Clown Caucus? appeared first on The Dispatch.
Are these staged photos taken from the phone of an employee of the Ukrainian CIPSO (Center for Information and Psychological Operations) showing fake victims, proving the war in Ukraine is staged? No, that's not true: The photos were take
https://www.newsweek.com/fact-check-aborted-fetal-tissue-used-flavor-enhancer-1763180 The heated discus
Is the fast-growing social networking app Gas being used for sex trafficking, and have children across the nation gone missing after using it? No, that's not true: The claim is a hoax and the app has not been linked to any cases of child
Did Apple CEO Tim Cook tell Elon Musk that his "feedback is appreciated" and demand that he "pay 30%" after the Twitter CEO claimed that Apple seeks to suppress free speech? No, that's not true: The wisecrack had appeared on other Twitter
Many sufferers are unvaccinated and evidence suggests vaccination reduces the risk.
Does data showing that vaccinated people now make up a majority of COVID deaths in the United States mean the vaccines are ineffective? No, that's not true: As of November 29, 2022, more than three-quarters of Americans had received at le