BOOM found that the screenshot circulating is fake and doctored and no such tweet was tweeted by the US President.
The video shows an actor smashing a fake Oval Office for a comedy sketch that first aired Comedy Central in 2017.
The video was shot at Joe Biden's birthday in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Biden is projected to have won the Electoral College and the popular vote, government experts and independent...
The bags seen in the video were filled not with ballots but with lost deliveries from Amazon.
Michigan's county canvassing boards certified their results by November 17, 2020 but final validation from the Board of...
The image of a Nazi flag is in fact two months old and was shot at a flea market in Pennsylvania.
Some of the photos in fact showed celebrations in Cleveland, Ohio after the Cavaliers won the NBA Championship in 2016.
President Donald Trump's campaign released the names of four dead Georgians who allegedly voted, suggesting fraud.
The claim is false. A spokeswoman for Justin Trudeau confirmed that this story is baseless.
The article relies on debunked claims and allegations that lack evidence.
While Pfizer benefited from the government's vaccine fund, this was to supply and distribute the vaccine, not to develop ...