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There is no evidence to support the claim.
The president made several misleading and inaccurate statements.
A viral video of the CDC director discussing COVID deaths and comorbidities is missing context.
The Supreme Court justice is incorrect.
People are misusing information provided to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event System.
Debunking a viral social media claim.
Another big year for election and pandemic disinformation.
No. A viral video is from 2018 and discusses schizophrenia treatment, not vaccines.
A video from March 2020 has been taken out of context.
He said he turned down a big payday, but he denies that the airline involved was from Israel.
Photoshop strikes again.