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Nov 17 2023
ATLANTA – Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee on Friday ordered that privileged and confidential records from the 2020 election subpoenaed by Donald Trump co-defendant Harrison Floyd cannot be publicly disclosed. The order, prepared by Floyd’s attorneys, pertains to documents and records subpoenaed from the Georgia Secretary of State’s office. On Nov. 3, McAfee held a hearing onThe Messenger
Apr 11 2023
Judge rules that Fox News cannot rely on their sparse fact-checks for defense in Dominion election fraud case
On April 11, Delaware Superior Court Judge Eric Davis issued several key rulings pertaining to Dominion Voting Systems' upcoming defamation trial against Fox News for repeated lies that the company helped to supposedly rig the 2020 presidential election. Among the rulings was a decision that Fox News cannot use the rare instances where they attempted to fact-check election lies to push back onMedia Matters
Oct 24 2023
, a former lawyer for , on Tuesday, pleaded guilty to one count of aiding and abetting false statements and writings for her role in the effort to overturn Joe Biden’s win in Georgia in the 2020 presidential election.
Ellis, along with Trump and 17 other co-defendants, was charged by a grand jury in August in a case overseen by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.
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Aug 25 2023
CNN’s Sept. 2020 fact check about Hunter Biden’s business dealings with Russian oligarch Elena Baturina has been proven wrong by the House Oversight Committee.
CNN’s “Facts First” published a fact check responding to then-President Donald Trump’s assertion during a 2020 presidential debate that Hunter Biden received $3.5 million from the wife of Moscow’s mayor.
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May 24 2023
Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida made several claims Wednesday night that lacked evidence or were misleading. As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. We assessed the Republican candidate’s defense of his record as Florida governor, his dispute with Disney and his attack on President Biden. Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida announced hisNew York Times (News)
Sep 13 2023
On Monday, President Joe Biden not only failed to speak at one of the memorial ceremonies on the 22nd anniversary of where the attacks occurred, he also told one of his tall tales, claiming he was at Ground Zero on September 12, 2001. In the process, it appears the president also managed to plagiarize Hillary Clinton, who as a senator from New York at the time, had been there the day after.Townhall
Oct 16 2023
Judge says will not allow former US president to carry out a ‘pretrial smear campaign’ against those involved in case. A US judge has imposed a narrow gag order on former president Donald Trump, barring him from publicly attacking prosecutors, witnesses, and court staff in the run-up to a trial focused on Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election. On Tuesday, US District Judge TanyaAl Jazeera
Oct 16 2023
WASHINGTON >> The federal judge overseeing the 2020 election subversion case against Donald Trump in Washington imposed a narrow gag order on him today, barring the Republican former president from making statements targeting prosecutors, possible witnesses and the judge’s staff. The order from U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan is a milestone moment in the federal case that accuses TrumpHonolulu Star-Advertiser
May 08 2020
Facts are facts, but the way they’re presented (or ignored) can still be biased. Information based in fact can imply things that are misleading or even turn out to be untrue.
To better reveal the truth and reality we all seek, AllSides is launching our Facts and Fact Checking Portal. Here, we’ll curate a balanced spread of the latest fact check articles, in-depth research reports,AllSides Staff
Jun 05 2022
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich: Increased encounters at the southwest border in April 2022 compared to April 2020 are attributable to changes in border policy.
PolitiFact's ruling: Mostly False
Here's why: A group of state attorneys general sued the Biden administration over its plans to rescind a public health policy intended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 byAustin American-Statesman