The Latest Fact Checks curated by Media Bias Fact Check 04/09/2023 (Weekend Edition)

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FALSE Claim via Social Media: RESTRICT Act gives the government access to data from home devices.

KSDK ratingFalse (RESTRICT Act wouldn’t give the government access to home device data.)

No, the RESTRICT Act wouldn’t give the government access to data from your home devices

Claim via Social Media: A doctor tweeted that she doesn’t regret giving the COVID-19 vaccine, “even if it turns out I injected you with actual poison and you only have days to live.”

Politifact rating: Pants on Fire (A similar fake tweet attributed to the same doctor went viral in January and was debunked by multiple news outlets.)

Those tweets are fake. Florida doctor didn’t say COVID vaccines were ‘actual poison’

Claim by Eric Trump: Alvin Bragg shut down NYC, called 38,000 officers and spent $200M

USA Today rating: False (Bragg did not order New York City to be shut down, and that didn’t happen. The New York Police Department did close a part of FDR Drive, but this was not on Bragg’s order. Bragg does not oversee the NYPD and has no authority to call up officers. There’s no proof the $200 million figure is correct.)

Fact check: Eric Trump spreads false claims about Alvin Bragg after Donald Trump’s arrest

FALSE (International: Russia): Claim by Sergey Naryshkin: “The current regime in Kyiv and its masters in the capitals of Western nations seek not only to ban, but to physically destroy canonical Orthodoxy in the territory of Ukraine.” rating: False

Russian Spy Chief Spins Conspiracy Theory West is Destroying Orthodox Church in Ukraine

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1 Comment on "The Latest Fact Checks curated by Media Bias Fact Check 04/09/2023 (Weekend Edition)"

  1. Another great fact check as usual! Last one is certainly something!

    I wonder why people believe doctors are evil and spent all those years in school just to do the worst thing to patients…


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