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|FALSE||Claim by Ron DeSantis (R): When migrants arrived on Martha’s Vineyard, “They called out the National Guard and deported them within 24 hours.”
PolitiFact rating: False (The Massachusetts National Guard provided logistical support in the form of lodging and dining facilities at the Cape Cod base, but did not transport the migrants from Martha’s Vineyard.)
|Claim via Social Media: MRNA vaccines used in animals cause the involuntary vaccination of the people who eat their meat.
Lead Stories rating: False (Someone failed science class. This is impossible.)
|FALSE||Claim via Social Media: Were Thousands of Bud Light Cans Destroyed Amid Trans Debate?
Newsweek rating: False (While it is true that tens of thousands of beer containers—including cans of Bud Light—were destroyed, it was not as a result of anger towards Bud Light’s partnership with Mulvaney. The video is in fact over a month old, and shows beer that was confiscated by Mexican authorities being steamrolled.)
|Claim via Social Media: White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was involved in a covered-up DUI accident.
PolitiFact rating: Pants on Fire (Washington, D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department said it has no record of the alleged incident.)
|Claim via Social Media: CNN cut the feed to Benjamin Watson live on air because he started talking about Jesus
Lead Stories rating: False (Time Ran Out)
|FALSE||(International: Russia): Claim by Russian Foreign Ministry: “…so far, we have not seen evidence of the so-called ‘massacre in Bucha’ – lists of names of those killed, the circumstances and dates of their death, the conclusions of forensic experts.”
POLYGRAPH.info rating: False
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