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|FALSE||Claim by Tucker Carlson: “Marcia Fudge’s lived experience tells her that there is racism in home appraisals — but there’s still no data on that. There’s no evidence whatsoever. It is, at this point, completely made up.”
PolitiFact rating: False (Research shows racial bias.)
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|FALSE||Claim by Monica Crowley: Has U.S. spent over $200bn in Ukraine?
Newsweek rating: False (Congress has only approved $113 billion for spending in Ukraine. Researchers tracking spending suggest that only around $77 billion has gone directly to Ukraine, a combination of financial, military and other forms of aid.)
|Claim by BizPac Review: An interview with former Arizona congressional candidate Jeff Zink proves a “little 8-year-old girl had 67 different DNA samples inside of her.”
Lead Stories rating: False (The sheriff’s office in Cochise County, Arizona, where the migrant child was purportedly found, said it has no record of such a case during several years around the approximate date Zink says the girl was taken to the hospital and seen by a doctor.)
Fact Check: NO Evidence ‘Little 8-Year-Old Girl Had 67 Different DNA Samples Inside Of Her’
|FALSE||(International: Australia): The Gardasil HPV vaccine can cause ovary damage.
Australian Associated Press rating: False (Multiple studies show there is no link between the vaccine and ovary damage.)
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