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Gosar spread misinformation that originated on right-wing platforms.
The film’s ballot harvesting theory is full of holes.
Women who have abortions there don't face prison sentences.
No. Social media posts are basing the claim on out-of-date, third-party documents.
A viral photo does show such a blessing, but of a different missile.
It was not the first time that the Biden administration made the claim.
No, nor was he part of a plot to sabotage America’s food supplies.
The billionaire made the comment while promoting his book on the pandemic.
There are several errors in a viral tweet making that claim.
Viral claims are based on accurate reporting.
The fabricated statements, attributed to the winning jockey, have circulated on social media in recent years.
It returns the matter to elected branches of government.
An article cites a study that never mentions masks.
A congresswoman cites a misleading figure.