The media don’t think Sanders should be ‘choked,’ the Washington Post fact checker found, they just want to ‘wring’ her neck. To him, wringing a neck doesn’t choke it, I guess?
Rep. Paul Mosley, the driver in question, isn’t a member of Congress. He represents Arizona’s District 5 in the Arizona House of Representatives.
Mitt Romney did not seem to be a particularly egregious liar, nor does Hillary Clinton seem the single most honest politician to run for president in the last 10 years. Yet PolitiFact says it’s true.
Politico appears to publish Democrat talking points as ‘facts,’ if a recent hit on Tom Price, Donald Trump’s nominee to run the Department of Health and Human Services, is any indication.
PolitiFact claims Ted Cruz’s assertions about Hillary Clinton are ‘false.’ We give Politifact a flaming giant liar rating on the Truth-O-Meter.
With a Hillary Clinton presidency and Supreme Court on the way, we need an American population that is historically knowledgeable about the Second Amendment.
Saturday Night Live poked mild fun at President Obama. The Washington Post responded ridiculously. It ran a “fact check” of the skit.
Don’t faint: President Obama’s Rose Garden speech in defense of his health care law had a few factual problems.
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