Latest Pants on Fire! Fact-checks in North Carolina Dan Bishop stated on August 30, 2019 in a campaign ad: Says Dan McCready "really admires socialism." Jacob Wohl stated on February 7, 2019: "Racist picture of Democrat North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper emerges just days after he called on Ralph Northam to resign - DAILY MAIL." Lanny Lancaster stated on October 1, 2018: Viral internet photo shows a young Christine Blasey Ford BlueNC stated on August 14, 2018 in a blog: A proposed constitutional amendment "will pave the way for making abortion illegal under North Carolina’s constitution." LaWana Mayfield stated on April 16, 2018 in a Facebook post: "I am still waiting for someone to produce pieces of the alleged plane" that caused the Twin Towers to collapse. Beverly Boswell stated on March 27, 2018 in a Facebook post: Many March for Our Lives speakers called for "the murder of those who would not turn over their guns to the government." Larry Pittman stated on February 15, 2018 in a Facebook post: "So many of these shooters turn out to be communist Democrats." Ann Coulter stated on January 30, 2018 in a tweet: "100% of heroin/fentanyl epidemic is because we don't have a WALL." Bloggers stated on March 27, 2017: "The Notebook is finally getting a sequel. Producers of the upcoming film confirmed .... that filming will begin in Jacksonville, North Carolina this summer." Dan Forest stated on February 14, 2017 in a written statement: "If Governor Cooper's proposed bill for repealing HB2 becomes law, it will create a state-sanctioned 'Look But Don't Touch' policy in our bathrooms." Chris Malone stated on September 28, 2016: Says Democratic challenger for his N.C. House seat "raised taxes on clothing, school supplies – even baby diapers!" Donald Trump stated on October 17, 2016 in a speech in Green Bay, Wisconsin: "It’s possible that non-citizen voters were responsible for Obama’s 2008 victory in North Carolina." Pat McCrory stated on May 3, 2016 in a radio talk show appearance on the John Boy and Billy Big Show: Says Bruce Springsteen "only had 8,000 tickets sold" for a Greensboro show and canceled after "they didn’t get the ticket sales they wanted."