Correcting the record by evaluating the claim in light of the evidence, is usually on a scale of truthfulness. As a trustworthy and reliable fact-checking organization, we tend to explain our process in public. We develop our own ratings scale to grade the fact-checked claim. For example, True – The statement is accurate and there’s nothing significant missing. Mostly True – The statement is accurate but needs clarification or additional information.
First things first, before looking for evidence, we ask the right questions like; Do the images or words ring true? Is the language or sentiment expressing the way the person would talk? Is it the sort of thing they might really have said?
We strive to make our work completely accurate. When we make a mistake, we correct it and note it on the original item. If the mistake is so significant that it requires us to change the ruling, we will do so. Readers who see an error should contact the writer or editor. Their names are listed on the right side of eve