The Washington Post’s fact checker gave Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) “Three Pinocchios” for her “misleading” claims about President Donald Trump’s use of federal funds to address the nation’s opioid crisis.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) made a factual error Thursday when explaining a factual error she made while defending herself from a Washington Post fact-check that found she made several factual errors. Ocasio-Cortez’s war on fact-checking began weeks ago when she was given Four Pinocchios for her claim that the Pentagon lost $21 trillion in funds, …
The Washington Post’s fact checker gave Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) a “Three Pinocchio” rating for comments she made regarding the minimum wage and a living wage during a Monday interview.
Fact-checker Snopes contradicted various reporters and fact-checkers Thursday by coming to the defense of a liberal meme about Obamacare repeal.
Hunters who vote in North Dakota’s midterm elections next week will not lose their hunting licenses, despite a new ad by the North Dakota Democratic Party claiming that voting could cost hunters their out-of-state licenses.
The Washington Post fact checker concluded Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D., Texas) incorrectly claimed he did not try to leave the scene of a DWI during a debate last week.
The Washington Post face checker determined an ad released by Democratic congressional candidate Andy Kim exaggerates his prior work experience in the administration of former President George W. Bush.
Politifact rated a claim by Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) during the hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as “false.” Harris claimed Kavanaugh characterized birth control as abortion-inducing drugs during his hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week.
The Washington Post gave Sen. Bill Nelson (D., Fla.) “Four Pinocchios” for his claim that Florida’s elections systems are currently under siege by foreign entities and that Russia has access to voter rolls in Florida.
Democrats jumped to attack a campaign reimbursement claim from Rep. Kevin Cramer (R., N.D.) and his wife Kris that they drove 3,000 miles this year, but fact checkers proved the Cramers did, in fact, drive the claimed amount while campaigning.