Factual Inaccuracy

An inaccurate fact that is used to advance an argument.

Factual Inaccuracy

Examples

Charlie Kirk making up stats again about CaliforniaAnn Coulter thinks Canada sent troops to fight in VietnamCharlie Kirk doesn't care what "experts" sayNot exactly true, CharlieCharlie Kirk making up statistics againCharlie Shrem's hilarious bitcoin predictionThe Federalist doesn't know what the 14th amendment doesDonald Trump does not know that Puerto Rico is part of the USCharlie Kirk blatantly lying about unemployment ratesLaura Loomer denying Trump himself made 5th avenue commentsLaura Loomer falsely claims that most domestic terrorists are left wingersRed Nation Rising is spreading thoroughly debunked homicide statsJim Hoft falsely claims that NYC has banned hot dogsCharlie Kirk lying about the largest women's event everRoger Ver claims government employees don't pay income taxesCharlie Kirk doesn't know what year America was foundedAnna Paulina is barely literateTurning Point USA falsely attributing a quote to Bill GatesCharlie Kirk is a complete messAnn coulter apparently never took a high school civics classSix people were killed in the Iranian strikeTrump doesn't know which state Kansas City is inTwo blatant lies in one tweet"Planned Parenthood is open because they need to harvest aborted fetal parts for vaccines"This makes absolutely no sense, RobLearn how to spell, dudeShapiro reaches out to non-existent sources which he couldn't be bothered to citeThis isn't trueShe has no idea what habeas corpus isFactual InaccuracyFactual InaccuracyFactual InaccuracyFactual InaccuracyFactual InaccuracyFactual InaccuracyFactual Inaccuracy