This scorecard shows the ratings for statements made on air by MSNBC and NBC personalities and their pundit guests. Rulings do not include statements made on air by politicians or paid spokespeople.
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Analysis is about where people bought guns, not if they bought legally
About "3 percent of murders and crimes are committed with guns from people who actually (legally) purchase those guns."
Long time gay rights supporter
Says "Bernie Sanders was there when it came to (same-sex) marriage 20 years ago. ... He was there when it wasn't popular."
The treaty does nothing of the sort
Under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty "enrichment has been limited to basically the weapons states."
Crime bill gets some, not all, blame
"The policy mistakes that ... the Clintons made got us, in large degree, to the situation that we are in today with mass incarceration."
GOP won women by 1 percentage point in '88
"The Republican presidential nominee hasn’t won women since 1988."
Not a significant rewrite
"Fox changed around their poll eligibility criteria on the day they announced who is in and out of their debate."
Huevos rancheros for thought
"The majority of the Hispanic population and the growth (of the population) is U.S.-born."
The numbers, like elections in Florida, are close
In Florida, "the number of voters who now register as ‘other’ has grown by a million in the last 10 years. Compare that with the Democrats, who only grew by 300,000 and the Republicans who grew by just 200,000."
The games are back
Says Amazon has removed "an educational game about Gettysburg."
The reason -- like the flag itself -- is up for some debate
The Confederate battle flag in South Carolina was first flown at the statehouse in 1961. "It was flown as a symbol of massive resistance to racial desegregation."
A label yes, but no "S"
The Texas Senate "approved a bill to put a special label on the insurance cards of anyone who bought a plan through Obamacare" that includes the letter "S" for subsidy.
Moms matter, but this stat is wrong
"Two-thirds of American families rely on the mother's income to stay above the poverty level."
Bubba must be listening
"When we moved into the White House, we had the lowest net worth of any family since Harry Truman."
The clip isn't as damning as Scarborough suggests
Says the Clintons "burst through their own self-pronounced guidelines" by accepting foreign donations. "There is a clip of Bill Clinton saying we're not going to take foreign donations."
Unreported, yes. But Algeria wasn't on terror list
Algeria "wanted to be taken off of the terror list" at the time it made an unreported donation to the Clinton Foundation.
That recession thing was probably important too
"America has lost over 50,000 manufacturing factories on other trade deals."
You can do it, but it can create a headache
"The president and vice president can't be from the same state."
No smoking in the bathrooms either
Liberty University students "were mandated" to attend Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential announcement "or they would be fined."
Strong guidance, if not a rule
Says Hillary Clinton "sent a memo" to all State Department staff that said "you should not do State Department business on personal email."
When it comes to praise, once is not often
Says he "often" appeared on The O’Reilly Factor and "often was praised" by Bill O'Reilly.
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