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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Based on an old and preliminary tally
"4.7 million people have lost their insurance in 32 states" due to Obamacare.
In line with most estimates
Repeal of Obamacare would "take away health care for 10.3 million Americans" who have received coverage since Oct. 1, 2013.
Should've skipped 'vast'
"Every single day in this country, 1,000 people are deported and the vast majority of those people that are deported aren't criminals."
Numbers uncertain, but experts give GOP edge
2014 midterm election spending by "the left and the right are both equal."
Using a certain window, yes
"Money towards the Ebola vaccine is basically cut in half to what it was. More cuts are coming under the congressional sequester."
16 to 22 is a better range
"We've had 27 (Ebola) outbreaks around the globe and they've never spread outside of the confines of the countries that were initially affected."
Yep, it's the one and only
Saudi Arabia is "the only Muslim country out of 47 Muslim-majority countries" where women cannot get licenses to drive.
20 years later, still no
"Super Bowl Sunday has the highest rate of domestic violence."
An indirect link
Says Dick Cheney "de-Ba’athisized the Iraqi government and created ISIS."
Crunching the numbers in the toss-up states
"Eight out of the nine states with competitive Senate races, Hispanics make up less than 10 percent of the electorate."
Not if you read the WSJ editorial
On tax inversions, the Wall Street Journal "surprisingly attacked this tax scheme."
Mayor says recruiting African-American officers is tough
In Ferguson, Mo., "you've got three black officers and 50 white officers with a town that is 67 percent African-American."
More of a turf war than a moral stand
The Islamic State, or ISIS, was "cast off by al-Qaida because" it was "considered too extreme."
An unconvincing use of statistics
"So far, the war in Gaza has left more than 1,800 Palestinians dead -- the population equivalent to 100 9/11s."
Amend, but to what end?
Because of the current immigration crisis, Republicans want to "repeal" a 2008 law that President George W. Bush signed and "want to be on record as not wanting to protect children from ... sex trafficking."
The debate remains quite open
"The best evidence is that you lose -- if you use marijuana as a teenager regularly -- eight IQ points."
Potable water hard to come by
"Ninety percent" of people living in Gaza "don’t have access even to water."
Undercounts Palestinian appearances
Between June 30 and July 10, CNN interviewed "17 Israeli public officials versus one" Palestinian official.
True in some ways, not in others
"We are accepting more legal immigrants than we ever have in the history (of the United States.)"
Some inartful wording
"Teenage births cost Texas taxpayers $1.1 billion in health care, foster care and lost tax revenue in 2010 alone."
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