A Kentucky conundrum
Says Amy McGrath "wants to fund more welfare for people who can work, but don’t."
— PolitiFact National
on Friday, September 7th, 2018
This is Maine-ly wrong
"In Augusta, (Jared) Golden voted to let welfare recipients use your tax dollars to buy tattoos, tobacco, alcohol, even lottery tickets."
Immigrant households, not immigrants, in 2012
"We have right now, … in the state of California, 55 percent of all immigrants are on public assistance."
— PolitiFact California
on Monday, January 29th, 2018
Research says ... unproven
Work requirements "have been proven to help impoverished families move from dependency to self-sufficiency."
on Friday, January 26th, 2018
His scenario is misleading
Says Aaron Rodgers "is not the highest tax rate payer" in Wisconsin, it's "the single mom getting 24 grand in benefits with two kids who will lose 80 cents on the dollar if she goes and takes a job."
— PolitiFact Wisconsin
on Friday, September 1st, 2017