Statements we say are False

The state of New York is the "worst in the nation in economic recovery."

The number of jobs created and people lifted out of poverty during Bill Clinton’s presidency was "a hundred times" what it was under President Ronald Reagan.

Former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney are "unable to visit Europe due to outstanding warrants."

"74 percent of Republicans support the Affordable Care Act."

The U.S. Supreme Court is "five guys who start determining what contraceptions are legal."

When undocumented children are picked up at the border and "told to appear later in court ... 90 percent do not then show up."

Says Mitch McConnell voted to raise Medicare costs for a current Kentucky senior by $6,000.

"Thanks to #ObamaCare, average E.R. wait in California is 5 hours."

"Justin Amash is rated Michigan’s No. 1 conservative" by National Right to Life.

"As Alaska’s attorney general, (U.S. Senate candidate Dan) Sullivan successfully fought to protect our Second Amendment rights and passed ‘stand your ground.’ "

The "9-0 decision last week was the 13th time the Supreme Court voted 9-0 that the president had exceeded his constitutional authority."

"The nearly six-year delay in approving Keystone is costing Americans more than 100,000 jobs."

Says Barack Obama is the "first president to appoint 45 czars to replace elected officials in his office."

Says 11 soccer players on the U.S. Men’s National Team are immigrants.

"Gun homicide is down 49 percent in the past 12 years."

"Only after news broke that our veterans are dying because of inadequate health care did Harry Reid and Senate Democrats take action."

Due to actions by President Barack Obama, "the Burger King national headquarters announced this month that they will be pulling their franchises from our military bases."

New carbon regulations will increase electric bills by "$17 billion every year" and "potentially put an average of 224,000 more people out of work every year."

"For every one job created under the Obama administration, 75 people went on food stamps."

"Idaho was the only Republican-led state in the nation that chose to partner with President Obama" by creating a state-based marketplace under the Affordable Care Act.

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