According to attorney Jenna Ellis, who served as legal advisor to the Trump campaign, Facebook has slapped a “fact-check” label on a statement by former President Donald Trump.
Trump released a statement on Friday through his “Save America” PAC, ripping into Biden’s military generals over the bungled withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The Pentagon admitted on Friday that a drone strike in Afghanistan which they first claimed had hit two ISIS operatives was actually a “tragic mistake” that killed 10 innocent civilians, including 7 children.
Trump’s statement reads: “How disgraceful that so many people have been killed because of our incompetent Generals. The Biden Administration wanted to show that they were tough guys after they surrendered to the Taliban, which left many soldiers injured or dead, and left Americans and the best Military equipment in the World behind. Our Country has never been so embarrassed or humiliated.”
The statement was then posted to social media by multiple people.
Ellis shared screenshots in a Twitter post Saturday afternoon, showing a label slapped over Trump’s statement, which reads, “Partly false information.”
“Facebook over here “fact-checking” President Trump’s opinions 🙄,” Ellis wrote.
Facebook over here “fact-checking” President Trump’s opinions 🙄 pic.twitter.com/Ip6lbvzLmA
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) September 18, 2021
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