Parkland student Kyle Kashuv claimed in a Monday tweet that "hammers and fists" are used to kill more people than AR-15s.
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March For Our Lives claimed in a Sunday tweet that its Saturday march in Washington, D.C. drew over 850,000 demonstrators.
After controversially calling Russian President Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on his recent election victory, President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday that former President Barack Obama had also given Putin a congratulatory call.
MSNBC host Joy Reid retweeted a claim Monday that President Donald Trump's pick for the next CIA director cannot travel to Europe due to an outstanding warrant for her arrest.
Many Twitter users have claimed that St. Patrick’s Day should only be shortened to "St. Paddy’s Day," not "St. Patty’s Day."
Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin claimed Sunday on NBC that the U.N. has passed more resolutions on North Korea "than ever before."
President Donald Trump claimed Thursday that China produces as much steel in a month as the U.S. does in a year.
UPDATE: After publication of this article, The Washington Post issued the following correction: "An earlier version of this story stated the United States imports 90 percent of all aluminum used in the country. The United States imports 90 percent of all primary aluminum used domestically, according to the Commerce Department."
Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie claimed recently on NBC that 8 percent of Americans outside of New York and California have concealed carry permits.
Media Matters research fellow Timothy Johnson tweeted recently that the National Rifle Association (NRA) supported a lawsuit that weakened the FBI background check system for firearm purchases.
Former Trump campaign adviser Stephen Moore estimated on CNN Tuesday that the National Rifle Association (NRA) has around 2 million members.
Many Twitter users claimed that President's Day is officially known as "Washington's Birthday."
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough claimed Friday that the late Justice Antonin Scalia and President Ronald Reagan did not believe that assault-style weapons like the AR-15 were protected by the Second Amendment.
Public officials and commentators claimed on Twitter that Wednesday’s high school shooting in Florida is the 18th school shooting of the year.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul claimed Sunday on CBS’s "Face the Nation" that the U.S. is spending $50 billion a year in Afghanistan.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul claimed Thursday that the federal government borrows $1 million every minute.
Democratic Rep. Joe Crowley claimed Tuesday on MSNBC that House Republicans have not passed a single immigration bill during his tenure in Congress.
President Donald Trump claimed in a Thursday tweet that his State of the Union address was the most watched in history.
Wisconsin Rep. Sean Duffy claimed Friday that "Democrat donors" are on special counsel Robert Mueller’s team.