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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/Other
|Claim by Nikki Fried (D): Gov. Ron DeSantis “signed a $1 billion tax increase on the people of our state, on our consumers, yet gave a $500 million tax break to our corporations.”
PolitiFact rating: Mostly False (there was a 1 billion dollar sales tax increase that isn’t new; and the $500 billion tax breaks were signed by Rick Scott)
Fact-checking Nikki Fried’s attack on Ron DeSantis about taxes
|FALSE||Claim by thenationalpulse.com: 2018 Video Shows Wuhan Lab Partner Scheming on How to Make Money from a Pandemic.
Lead Stories rating: False
Fact Check: 2018 Video Does NOT Show Wuhan Lab Partner Scheming On How To Make Money From A Pandemic
|FALSE||Claim via Social Media: Says a 2010 Rockefeller Foundation report shows the COVID-19 pandemic and the international response were “meticulously planned at least 10 years ago.”
PolitiFact rating: False (debunked conspiracies)
A 2010 Rockefeller Foundation report does not show that the COVID-19 was planned
|FALSE||Claim by America’s Frontline Doctors: “The MHRA now has more than enough evidence on the Yellow Card system to declare the COVID-19 vaccines unsafe for use in humans.”
Health Feedback Rating: Misleading (does not show any new side effects)
Yellow Card scheme for adverse events does not suggest any new side effects of COVID-19 vaccines
|Claim by Terry McAuliffe (D): “I inherited the largest budget deficit in the history of the state from the Republicans.”
Politifact rating: Pants on Fire (Inherited a Balanced Budget)
|FALSE||(International: Canada): A COVID-19 clinic in Toronto lured children to accept a vaccination without parental consent by offering ice cream.
BOOM Live rating: False
Toronto COVID-19 Clinic Did Not Lure Kids With Ice-cream To Vaccinate Them
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