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Fact Check: Claims Compare Hotels for Illegal Migrants to National Guard Troops in Parking Garages

The Biden administration is indeed spending $86 million on emergency accommodations, but comparisons to National Guard troops in D.C. are misleading.

Did Marvin Hagler Die From the COVID-19 Vaccine?

There is no evidence to support this claim, and his wife says he died of natural causes.

Would a New Gun Control Bill Create a National Registry?

Such claims are misleading.

Did the Washington Post Correct a Report About Trump’s Call With the Georgia Secretary of State?

No. The correction was to an article about Trump’s call with a different official.

Did a California Mayor Pro Tempore Plead Guilty to Election Fraud?

He violated state law by not meeting residency requirements. He was not accused of any ballot tampering or vote manipulation.

Is the Effort to Recall Gavin Newsom About ‘Telling People to Wear Masks’?

A Bernie Sanders tweet gets some facts about the recall petition wrong.

Was the CPAC Stage Designed to Look Like Nazi Insignia?

There is no evidence to support the claim.

Did Merrick Garland Deny Antifa Attacks Were Domestic Terrorism Because They Happened at Night?

The attorney general nominee drew a distinction between events that disrupt democratic processes and those that entail property damage.

Did Joe Biden Revoke the Keystone Pipeline Permit to Help Warren Buffett?

There is no evidence to support this claim.