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|Claim by RFK Jr.: “COVID-19 is targeted to attack Caucasians and Black people. The people who are most immune are Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese.”
Politifact rating: Pants on Fire (Most disparities in COVID-19 infection and mortality, as well as for other health problems, result from severe social, economic and health inequities. There is no evidence it was a deliberately engineered ethnic bioweapon designed to spare or target certain races or ethnicities.)
|TRUE||Claim by Ron DeSantis (R): purports Florida has awarded 11,000 teachers more than $33 million for completing civics training offered by the Florida Dept. of Education.
Check Your Fact rating: True (11,000 teachers have received $33 million for completing the training. A March release from the Florida Department of Education noted that 4,500 teachers had completed the training at the time.)
|FALSE||Claim by David Harris Jr.: The U.S. Justice Department removed international child sex trafficking from its “list of offenses that deserve a high degree of attention.”
PolitiFact rating: False (The Justice Department deleted some verbiage on its website about child sex trafficking. The deleted content did not address the level of priority the department gives to fighting child sex trafficking.)
|Claim via Social media: Video shows Hunter Biden on the day cocaine was discovered at White House.
USA Today rating: False (the video is from two days after)
|FALSE||Claim via Social Media: “There is a huge boom in cancer, especially in female breast cancer in the younger ages of 45 and below.”
Health Feedback rating: Inaccurate (The numbers published by the American Cancer Society aren’t comparable between 2022 and previous years, as they include different age groups. The figures don’t suggest that breast cancer cases have doubled in women under 45.)
|FALSE||(International: France): France has banned visas and passports of people from all 57 Muslim countries in the world except India.
The Quint rating: False
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