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|FALSE||Claim by Rick Scott (R): Same-day voter registration “does not allow election officials to verify the validity and accuracy of voter information.”
PolitiFact rating: False (Twenty-two states and Washington, D.C., allow residents to register to vote and cast a ballot on Election Day. Some of these state policies stretch back to the 1970s. Election officials take multiple steps to verify applications, including reviewing identity and residency documentation.)
Rick Scott wrongly said election officials can’t verify voters who use Election Day registration
|Claim via Social Media: KitchenAid mixer attachments are being recalled because of lead.
VERIFYThis.com rating: False (There is no recall on KitchenAid products, Whirlpool confirmed.)
|FALSE||Claim via Social Media: “BREAKING GOP approves resolution to expel Omar from Congress! It’s over for her!”
PolitiFact rating: False (The Alabama Republican Party State Executive Committee passed a resolution in 2019 urging its representatives in the U.S. House to expel U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., from Congress. Nothing happened.)
No, House Republicans aren’t trying to expel U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar from Congress
|TRUE||Claim via Social Media: As of January 2023, OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology declined to write a poem admiring Donald Trump, but successfully drafted one for Joe Biden.
Snopes.com rating: True
ChatGPT Declines Request for Poem Admiring Trump, But Biden Query Is Successful
|FALSE||Claim via Social Media: “The World Health Organization has been working since 1974 on vaccines to create permanent sterility.”
PolitiFact rating: False (Contraception)
WHO vaccine research aimed for contraception, not sterilization
|FALSE||(International: Australia): The US government has admitted 5G radiation causes COVID-19.
Australian Associated Press rating: False (The studies cited as evidence do not claim to have found a link between 5G and COVID.)
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