Fact check: Tim Morrison told Adam Schiff himself that he saw nothing political about the call. But Schiff told the Senate exactly the opposite.
Fact check - CLAIM: President Donald Trump subscribed to the "debunked conspiracy theory" that Ukraine, "rather than Russia," interfered in the 2016 presidential election. VERDICT: FALSE. The two are not mutually exclusive.
Fact check - CLAIM: The House impeachment inquiry was fair, inclusive, and obeyed precedent from previous impeachments. VERDICT: False.
Fact check - CLAIM: President Donald Trump believes that he has absolute power under Article II of the U.S. Constitution and must therefore be impeached. VERDICT: False. Trump was talking specifically about the power to fire Robert Mueller.
CNN's Abby Phillip continued to cite Warren's claim -- that Sanders told her a woman could not win -- as fact, even after Sanders denied it.
Fact check - CLAIM: President Donald Trump wants to cancel health insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. VERDICT: False. He has supported such coverage.
CLAIM: The nuclear deal with Iran was "working" before Trump pulled out. VERDICT: False. It allowed Iran to become a nuclear power on expiration.
The smug CNN anchor (is there any other kind?), a woman named Becky Anderson, was either wholly ignorant of the issue she was supposed to be reporting on, or simply lying.
CLAIM: Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) says California had an "incredible" decade because it stood up for "our values" and took on "big issues." VERDICT: Mostly false.
Facebook will hire its own team of part-time contracted fact-checkers, in a departure from the company's previous reliance on third party fact-checking, according to a report from Axios.
CLAIM: MoveOn.org and other pro-impeachment organizations care about the Constitution. VERDICT: False. MoveOn.org was, ironically, founded to protest Bill Clinton's impeachment in 1998.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) attempted to defend his and other Democrats' claims that the facts in the impeachment debate were "undisputed" by challenging Republicans in the House Judiciary Committee to dispute his facts. It went badly -- very badly.
Fact check - CLAIM: No impeachment has accused the president of constantly changing crimes. VERDICT: Partly true. Andrew Johnson in 1868.
CLAIM: A Republican "insulted" legal experts by claiming they had not read transcripts of impeachment testimony. VERDICT: False. He said they could not have "digested" Adam Schiff's 300-page report from just one day before.
The "gender pay gap" is widely disparaged, even by liberal publications, as highly misleading at best.
Warren wants to hike payroll taxes, capital gains taxes, taxes on investment income, and estate taxes. And not just for the mega-rich.
CLAIM: Trump had to "confess" to "illegally diverting charitable contributions that were supposed to go to veterans." VERDICT: False. The money did go to veterans.
FACT CHECK - CLAIM: Roger Stone's conviction means "Russia collusion" actually happened. VERDICT: FALSE. Robert Mueller was the prosecutor in both!
"We're gonna win because this president has no good answers, and he's broken every promise that he's made," Buttigieg claimed on CNN on Monday.
An ad the Elizabeth Warren campaign ran on Facebook attacking the social media platform for accepting false campaign ads from politicians was, in turn, false.
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