Track statements made on air by NBC and MSNBC personalities and their pundit guests. Rulings do not include statements made on air by politicians or paid spokespeople.
Recent statements made on NBC
"We are accepting more legal immigrants than we ever have in the history (of the United States.)"
"Teenage births cost Texas taxpayers $1.1 billion in health care, foster care and lost tax revenue in 2010 alone."
"Radio Marti and TV Marti have spent more than $500 million to reach less than 1 percent of the Cuban population."
Children are crossing the border because President Barack Obama said "if you come, you’re going to be able to stay, because we’re not going to enforce the law."
"13 percent of Americans, the lowest ever, are without health care."
"I had the lowest net worth of any American president in the 20th century when I took office."
"Cantor's campaign spent more at steakhouses than Brat spent on his entire campaign."
In February, John McCain "suggested" the Bergdahl-Taliban swap that he now calls "outrageous and dangerous."
"The Pentagon made up" the since-debunked heroics of POW Jessica Lynch as she tried to avoid capture in Iraq.
"Qataris don't really work."
Walmart employees receive "roughly $5,800" in public assistance per year.
"20 percent of the time (smart guns) won't work."
Congress' decision to "spend less around the world" on embassy security contributed to "tragedies" like Benghazi.
Americans "bought into climate change" in 2004-06, but then most "began wandering away from this issue."
"95 percent of the income gains in the last few years have gone to the top 1 percent."
Says Charlie Crist's campaign bashed Sen. Bill Nelson's "big-government solutions."
"Oklahoma’s Republican Gov. Mary Fallin signed a new law which makes you pay a special fee. It will essentially fine people for the crime of using solar power."
"Democrats very much are in the pocket of the NRA."
"We know that Sunday mornings have usually been given over to conservative white men."
The health care law reduces "the number of uninsured in America by 3 percent for how much money? $2 trillion."