Statements we say are Mostly True

"The Russians didn’t wear uniforms when they came in" to Ukraine.

Says 21 million people "still suffer slavery today."

Chris Christie "helped funnel $6 million in federal Hurricane Sandy money to a senior center in Belleville, N.J., a place that suffered no damage."

Chris Christie "helped funnel $6 million in federal Hurricane Sandy money to a senior center in Belleville, N.J., a place that suffered no damage."

Says "(President) Reagan's second inaugural was moved inside the Capitol. It was. Because of a terrible snowstorm."

Says Bill O’Reilly spoke 40 percent of the words in an interview with President Barack Obama.

NFL "players are living, on average, longer than the average male."

Says Peyton Manning struggles in cold weather games.

"The majority of teams (are) now spending their dollars on the offensive side of the football."

"We had 6,000 oil and gas spills in 2012" with "more oil and gas spreading in the United States than the entire Exxon Valdez spill."

"Since Barack Obama became president of the United States, 95 percent of economic gains have been made by the richest 1 percent."

"Americans are 20 times as likely to die from gun violence as citizens of other civilized countries."  

"The median male worker in this country has not seen a raise, inflation adjusted, for 30 years, basically."

"We have been in Afghanistan longer now than we have been in any foreign land conducting a war in our nation’s history."

"US: Change in Income, 2009-13. Top 1%: +31.4%. Bottom 99%: +0.4%."

"Under the Espionage Act, (Edward Snowden would not be) allowed to come into court and say ‘I was justified in disclosing this information.’ There is no whistleblower exception in the Espionage Act."

Because of the health care law, "by 2017, we will be funneling over $100 billion annually to private insurance companies."

"(The farm bill) has a provision that would in many ways reduce the deficit."

Republican state lawmakers "are refusing to give the people of their own states their own tax dollars back in the form of (expanded) Medicaid."

Says President Barack Obama "came into office very concerned about" wiretappings but "then he became president of the United States, he got all the briefings … (and) he decided … the balance is probably pretty appropriately struck."  

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