Track statements made on air by CNN personalities and their pundit guests. Rulings do not include statements made on air by politicians or paid spokespeople.
Recent statements made on CNN
"Literally, by the time a child is 18 years of age, they've killed over 100,000 people in video games and other online things."
"If you look at the states where soccer is most popular, they're overwhelmingly blue states, and the states where soccer is least popular are red states."
"Hobby Lobby provided this (birth control) coverage before they decided to drop it to file suit."
The IRS "also investigated liberal groups, groups that had progressive in their name. ... The IRS was basically looking at everybody."
The CBO says that if you raise the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, "half a million people would lose their jobs."
"The U.S. spends more money on its military than the 16 biggest military budgets in the world" combined.
"Young women today in metropolitan areas" who are childless and single are out-earning childless, single young males.
"I've been a cop in Lake County, Michigan, since 1982 thereabout. I conduct federal raids with the DEA and ATF and U.S. Marshals and the FBI and Texas Rangers."
The words "subhuman mongrel," which Ted Nugent called President Barack Obama, were used by the Nazis to "justify the genocide of the Jewish community."
"Two-thirds of the people who start out in minimum wage are above the minimum wage within a year."
A government report shows that alternatives to the Keystone XL pipeline "are worse" for the environment.
The Keystone pipeline creates "35 permanent jobs" after construction, according to a government report.
"It’s been 14 years since a president or a vice president or a member of their family has not gone and attended at least an event at the Olympics."
Says in 2000, Fox News broke the story of George W. Bush’s drunk driving arrest. "Who broke it? Fox News."
People on pot "shoot each other ... stab each other ... strangle each other, drive under the influence, kill families."
"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."
"The Obama administration has used the Espionage Act to go after whistleblowers who leaked to journalists ... more than all previous administrations combined."
"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."
"Forty percent of the country is going to be in states that are tolerant of gay marriage or at least civil unions."