When President Joe Biden spoke on Friday, promising to evacuate all Americans from Afghanistan and defending his administration from criticism of the withdrawal from the country, he made numerous misleading or false claims, according to…
PolitiFact has removed a Sept. 2020 fact check it had labeled “Pants on Fire” — or untrue — of a Hong Kong virologist claiming that the virus that causes COVID-19 is man-made and was released…
Former Vice President Joe Biden argued on Thursday that during the Obama administration, Democrats were hampered in their promise to renegotiate NAFTA by Republicans in Congress.
Joe Biden claimed there were 6,114 U.S. military deaths from coronavirus. However, the actual number is seven, according to the Pentagon.
The U.S. economy outperformed most of Europe and Japan in the most recent quarter.
Joe Biden claimed that Trump “declined to rebuke violence.” In fact, the president specifically said “violence has no place in American political discourse.”
CNN’s Anderson Cooper failed to correct Joe Biden for the easily disprovable lie that President Trump has never said “one negative thing” about white supremacists.
Biden formally opposes demands to “defund the police,” but backs “re-directing” funding from police to other priorities, which is the same thing.
During his DNC speech, Gov. Cuomo falsely labeled the coronavirus “the European virus,” suggesting it arrived from Europe, not China.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden’s vice-presidential pick, alleged Wednesday that the coronavirus had plagued the United States more than any other developed country.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) claimed during a floor speech on Tuesday that the United States did not inherit slavery but rather “created it.”
Recently Twitter added a “fact check” label to President Donald Trump’s tweets about the concerns surrounding mail-in voting fraud, but the social media site has failed to apply those same fact-checking measures to verified Chinese government accounts that…
Fact check – CLAIM: It is legal for Michigan to send unsolicited applications to vote by mail to every registered voter in the state. VERDICT: UNCLEAR.
Fact check – CLAIM: President Donald Trump suggested injecting people with disinfectant to cure coronavirus. VERDICT: False.
The Washington Post’s White House Bureau Chief claimed, falsely, that Trump “showed solidarity with the neo-Nazi protesters” in Charlottesville in an attempt to explain Trump’s support for protests against stay-at-home orders.