February 29, 2020
We corrected an article that included a viral image from an American Thinker article that ended up being a hoax.
February 23, 2020
Multiple articles about Senator Chris Murphy’s meeting with Iran were updated to reflect the Senator’s assertion he did notify the State Department prior to the meeting.
February 21, 2020
We’ve updated the post “BREAKING: Woman Who Got Caught Illegally Voting Multiple Times Facing Deportation” and fixed the title after the original title incorrectly implied the woman was an illegal alien when illegally voting.
January 29, 2020
We’ve updated the post “Democrat Senator Feinstein Leans Towards Acquitting Trump” after Feinstein directly disputed the reporting of the LA Times who suggested the original thesis. In addition, we’ve written a new post titled “Feinstein Says LA Times “Misunderstood” Her and She’s NOT Leaning Towards Acquitting Trump”
December 5, 2019
We’ve updated stories about Joe Biden appearing to call an Iowan “fat” to include the Biden campaign response that Biden intended to say “look, facts.” Since the audio speaks for itself, we ask viewers to be their own judge.
October 4, 2019
We corrected the following story on Greta Thunburg and the Church of Sweden tweet.
April 25, 2019
Editor’s Update: A previous version of this story has been disputed because TCO indicated that Richard Molina is a Democrat, but the town of Edinburg elects their mayor without party affiliations listed. The error has been corrected.
In addition, the county Molina was elected in is a Democratic stronghold per the NY Times.
Mr. Molina was arrested in the Democratic stronghold of the Rio Grande Valley, the result of an investigation led by a Republican attorney general. But the case is being prosecuted by a local Democrat, Ricardo Rodriguez Jr., the Hidalgo County district attorney, with assistance from Mr. Paxton’s office.
Mr. Molina’s lawyer said the accusations against his client fit with a partisan election-fraud narrative, adding that the mayor had also filed similar voter-fraud complaints with the county and the state but that those complaints went nowhere.