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Her claim about vaccine-related deaths is misleading and a statement that Joe Biden ‘is going to homes’ is false.
A tweet from Ben Shapiro came in response to a Biden official, before the White House issued its statement
A viral post leaves out important context about the pandemic.
The results have not yet been announced.
Viral photos depict a dinner for female senators, not an event tied to the new federal holiday.
He claimed that January 6 rioters killed a police officer. Brian Sicknick died on January 7 of two strokes after defending the Capitol.
A viral tweet about living in a ‘Christian Dystopia’ is a mix of false and misleading claims.
Her cause of death has not been confirmed, and there is currently no proof to suggest it was tied to the vaccine.
Viral posts are using outdated information.
The MyPillow CEO makes unsupportable claims about data packets and ‘packet capture.’