The code of principles of the International Fact-Checking Network IFCN at Poynter is a series of commitments organizations abide by to promote excellence in fact-checking. The following fact checks come from IFCN fact checkers. (D. Van Zandt)
Caim by Pam Bondi: Says Gordon Sondland “was ambassador to the Ukraine. He is ambassador to the Ukraine. And the president knows him, the president does not know him very well. He’s a short-term ambassador.”
PolitiFact rating: EU, not Ukraine
Claim by Devin Nunes: Says Kurt Volker testified that he was a proud part of the “Three Amigos.”
Claim by Mike Conaway: “I’d like to enter into the record a Washington Post article from today headlined, ‘Schiff’s claim that the whistleblower has a ‘statutory right’ to anonymity.’”
PolitiFact rating: Schiff’s evidence is weak
Claim by Viral Quote: claims that Ronald Reagan said, “Nancy Pelosi is extremely evil, she comes from the Baltimore democrat corruption machine the D’Alesandro family, both her father Tom D’Alesandro and her brother Tommy D’Alesandro were mayors of Baltimore, a well oiled corrupt democrat family.”
CheckYourFact.com rating: False
Claim by Viral Quote: Claims Hillary Clinton said, “If that f****n bastard wins, we’re all going to hang from nooses! You better fix this s**t!”
Check Your Fact rating: False
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Claim by SOCIAL MEDIA POST: A student injured during protests at the JNU.
Claim by Facebook posts: Video shows a man committing suicide by touching high tension electric wire over a train at halt on Malad station
Claim by SOCIAL MEDIA POST: A woman injured during the JNU protests
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