FALSE: @SebGorka's claim that Iran "every Friday declares war on us"
Former Trump aide: Iran declares war on US 'every Friday'
A former aide to President Donald Trump has become known for his strong warnings about the threats of Islamic terrorism and Iran. Sebastian Gorka, who left the White House in August, has called on Trump and Congress to withdraw the United States from the nuclear deal it made with Iran. He has said the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps should be listed as a terrorist organization. And, during a speech at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill on Monday, Gorka took it a step further in saying that militant groups like al-Qaida and the Islamic State whose leaders are fundamentalist Sunni ...
Fake News: claim that "second Roy Moore accuser works for Michelle Obama right now."
Headline stating Roy Moore accuser works for Obama is fake
Conservative websites are firing back about the women who accused Republican Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of dating teenagers when he was an adult. The Washington Post broke a story that four women said Moore pursued them when they were teenage girls and he was in his 30s. Moore, the former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, is running in a Dec. 12 special election against Democrat Doug Jones. The Last Line of Defense website says in a Nov. 11 headline,
.@realDonaldTrump keeps saying that Chicago has the strongest gun laws. It doesn't.
Trump wrongly repeats that Chicago has strongest gun laws
President Donald Trump might be in Asia, but violence on the homefront followed him to South Korea. In a joint press conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, a reporter asked Trump if he would consider extreme vetting for people trying to buy a gun in the wake of the mass shooting at a Texas church. Trump said a longer waiting period would have made no difference and then drew on a familiar talking point.
Fake news: No proof Antifa, communism drove Texas shooter
A fake news story about the killer in a mass shooting at a Texas church said the gunman was an anti-fascist looking to sow chaos in the hope of starting a civil war. The headline on a Nov. 5, 2017, story on ThirdEstateNewsGroup.com read,
White House @PressSec claims diversity visa applicants are not vetted. That's False.
WH press sec. claims diversity visa immigrants not vetted
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that immigrants coming to the United States through the diversity visa program are not vetted before their arrival. Her remarks came a day after a terrorist attack in New York City left eight people dead and about a dozen injured. President Donald Trump said the suspect came to the country via the diversity visa program, which allows up to 50,000 people a year from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. Program participants are selected through a random, computer-generated lottery.
NEW: Is diversity visa program a 'Schumer beauty,' as President Trump tweeted? Mostly False.
Was visa program a
The morning after a vehicular terrorist attack in New York City killed at least eight people and injured a dozen others, President Donald Trump blamed Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, whose constituents were among the casualties. Trump on Nov. 1 tweeted,
Donald Trump wrongly says Manafort crimes came years before he joined the campaign
Trump wrongly puts years between him and Manafort crimes
President Donald Trump reacted via his favorite platform -- Twitter -- to indictments against his former campaign manager Paul Manafort, a business associate of Manafort’s, and a guilty plea from a former campaign policy adviser.