Trump marks Constitution Day with speech at National Archives assailing ‘1619 Project’ as hateful lies about America’s history
Keeping The Media In Check
aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.
- In remarks following the death of Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made several false and exaggerated claims while arguing that the Senate should wait until after the Nov. 3 election to let the next president choose her Supreme Court replacement. The post Biden’s False and Exaggerated Supreme Court Claims appeared […]
- President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have made competing claims about Biden's early statements on the coronavirus. The post Biden’s Early Statements About the Coronavirus appeared first on FactCheck.org.
- Facebook posts claim that Sen. Kamala Harris said, "I like taking the guns early." She didn't say that, but President Donald Trump did. The post Trump Said ‘I Like Taking The Guns Early,’ Not Harris appeared first on FactCheck.org.
- Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden answered questions from the public in a CNN town hall, but he got some facts wrong and misled on others. The post FactChecking Biden’s Town Hall appeared first on FactCheck.org.
- Contradicting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director and other government officials, President Donald Trump incorrectly said in a press briefing that a coronavirus vaccine would be “immediately” available to the general public after an authorization. The post Trump Again Overstates Speed of COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout appeared first on FactCheck.org.
A Biden campaign TV ad falsely claims that a government analysis of President Donald Trump’s “planned cuts to Social Security” shows that “if Trump gets his way, Social Security benefits…