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)
|Claim by Mike Pence (R): “The reality of voter fraud is undeniable…In my own state of Indiana in 2012, there was a Democrat super PAC that was involved in our elections, that literally, there was a group of people that were prosecuted for falsifying ballots.”
Washington Post rating: Four Pinocchios
|Claim via Social Media: Posts circulated on social media make the claim that the results of a 2005 chloroquine/SARS study provide evidence of hydroxychloroquine’s effectiveness against COVID-19.
Reuters Fact Check rating: False
|Claim by Committee to Defend the President: Joe Biden “promised his party an African American Vice President. Not a Latino.”
FactCheck.org rating: False
|Claim by ourgreatawakening.org: 409,152 indictments for child pedophilia and trafficking offenses were coming to the surface in July, 2020.
Lead Stories rating: Unsupported
|Claim by Brett Giroir: “There have been five randomized controlled, placebo controlled trials that do not show any benefit to hydroxychloroquine.”
PolitiFact rating: Mostly True
|(International: UK) Claim: The new daily allowance for peers in the House of Lords is £323.
Full Fact rating: This is correct as of April 2020.
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Claim Codes: Red = Fact Check on a Right Claim, Blue = Fact Check on a Left Claim, Black = Not Political/Conspiracy/Pseudoscience