In a time of a global pandemic that has now cost the lives of just over 5.55 million people worldwide, accurate information is a must if we are to see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. Sad as it is to say, but this is just not the world we live in anymore.
According to The Fact Checker’s database, while serving as President, Trump made well over 20,000 false and misleading claims in his time behind the Resolute Desk, knowingly or otherwise.
Misinformation and disinformation can take many forms. From stories on websites or social media, manipulated images or videos, pictures, quotes, or skewed facts, either taken out of context or by deliberately fudging the numbers or words.