Category: Falsely

Nolte: WaPo Falsely Declares Portland ‘Calm’ After Trump Pulls Feds
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Nolte: WaPo Falsely Declares Portland ‘Calm’ After Trump Pulls Feds

The far-left Washington Post attempted to blame President Donald Trump for the riots in Portland by falsely declaring the Democrat-run city “calm” after federal law enforcement retreated from the city. Since the Post’s false declaration, Portland has exploded in an orgy of left-wing terrorism that is now moving into residential areas. “Trump ordered federal forces…

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Joe Biden Falsely Accuses Trump of Ignoring Antisemitism
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Joe Biden Falsely Accuses Trump of Ignoring Antisemitism

Former Vice President Joe Biden renewed his accusation that President Donald Trump is ignoring antisemitism — even though the president condemned it at length, once again, just a few weeks ago. Biden, speaking to an online fundraising event, claimed that the president was “not saying a word” about antisemitism, according to the pool report (via…

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John Kelly Falsely Suggests Trump Called ‘All’ Illegal Aliens ‘Murderers’
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John Kelly Falsely Suggests Trump Called ‘All’ Illegal Aliens ‘Murderers’

CLAIM: Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly suggested President Trump called “all” border crossers and illegal aliens “rapists” and “murderers. VERDICT: False. In his 2015 presidential campaign kick-off, Trump said many border crossers were “bringing drugs” and “bringing crime,” although acknowledging “some … are good people.” During a speech at Drew University this…

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Biden Falsely Claims He ‘Got Started Out’ at a Historically Black University
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Biden Falsely Claims He ‘Got Started Out’ at a Historically Black University

Sean Rayford/Getty Images Former Vice President Joe Biden inaccurately claimed on Saturday to have received his start at a historically black college or university (HBCU), despite never having attended such an institution. Biden, who has history of exaggerating his civil rights involvement, made the claim during a campaign town hall in South Carolina, while talking…

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