All False statements involving FOX
Because of President Barack Obama’s failure to "push job creation," the black unemployment rate in Ferguson, Mo., is three times higher than the white unemployment rate.
Under President Ronald Reagan, illegal immigrants "were not pouring in like" they are now.
The Obama administration "manipulated deportation data to make it appear that the Border Patrol was deporting more illegal immigrants than the Bush administration."
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi was "released by Obama in 2009."
The media "widely overlooked" comments made by former President Bill Clinton that Hillary Clinton had a terrible concussion that took six months to recover from.
The incandescent light bulb "has no effect whatever on the planet."
Liberals have figured out a Facebook algorithm and "all the people getting banned from Facebook are somehow conservatives."
A North Carolina study proves that "probably over a million people voted twice in (the 2012) election."
"The numbers of people that support Obamacare and like it have been steadily dropping."
Says "Barack Obama has gone from blaming George W. Bush to plagiarizing George W. Bush."
Says Colorado food stamp recipients can use ATMs to get cash to buy marijuana.
"The amount of attention paid this week to Chris Christie makes the coverage of Benghazi ... pale in significance."
"The 'Denver Post' has actually hired an editor to promote pot."
The Affordable Care Act alters the "sensible doctor-patient-relationship-centered health care program ... we see today."
A Census Bureau worker says he was told to skew information to bring the unemployment rate down "as we headed into an election season."
"In July 2010 the government said small businesses -- 60 percent -- will lose their health care, 45 percent of big business and a large percentage of individual health."
"They delayed my swearing-in here in Massachusetts for a couple weeks so they could ram (the health care law) through."
"The insurance industry is actually run by mostly Democrats."
Since 1965, the United States has spent "untold trillions" yet the poverty rate hasn’t budged.
The Massachusetts health care plan is "wildly unpopular" among state residents.
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