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He forwarded a document making the claim, but he did not endorse it.
No widespread voter fraud has been uncovered in previous audits or recounts.
Biden’s claim about Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema is false.
It took place after the CDC released new guidance, and all congressional Democrats say they have been vaccinated.
He made clear he was joking, but yes.
No. The vaccines do not contain live viruses.
The picture is from 2018.
Understanding contradictory claims from Rand Paul and Anthony Fauci.
Claims that cite VAERS reports ignore that the system makes no attempt to establish cause and effect.