Republican claim first made in 2009 during the health care debate. According to the Medicare Boards of Trustees, Medicare Parts B and D were "both projected to remain adequately financed into the indefinite future because current law automatically provides financing each year to meet the next year’s expected costs." And although the Trust Fund for Part A is projected to be exhausted in 2029, revenue will still cover 85 percent of costs.
Republicans falsely claim that undocumented immigrants will receive free healthcare under the Affordable Care Act. In reality, there is a specific section of the law, Section 246, that mandates non United States citizens will be ineligible to receive tax credits to help them purchase health insurance.
Claims that emails stolen from climate change scientists showed that they "fudged data" and lied to support their claims of climate change.
Obama Aide Kevin Jennings did not Report a Statutory Rape back in 1988
In the spring of 2009, a Republican strategist settled on a brilliant and powerful attack line for President Barack Obama's ambitious plan to overhaul America's health insurance system. Frank Luntz, a consultant famous for his phraseology, urged GOP leaders to call it a "government takeover." However this is completely false and was Politifacts 2010 Lie of the Year.
Iraq has Weapons of Mass Destruction
Iraq linked to Al-Qaeda and/or 9/11 Attacks
There is a clear separation of church and state in the United States. The united states is not a Christian Nation
This lie is often used in arguments against gay rights campaigns by conservative religious groups. It is a complete lie and another form of gay bashing.