It's no surprise these sites have been working overtime since Donald Trump ran for and was elected President.
I never cease to be amazed at the bald-faced lies Trump tells and the shameless way he throws them out like breadcrumbs to pigeons. Most of us just scoff and shake our heads at is whoppers, because they're so patently false, but presumably his dwindling number of fans still believe them like they were handed down on tablets of stone from a mountaintop.
Take the bizarre claim that Trump spewed out before he had even returned home from his first international trip since being sworn into office: "Deals struck on his first foreign trip as president made and saved 'millions of jobs.'"
No surprise, PolitiFact dialed that one all the way down to a full FALSE (link here).
If you know anything about economics, you know it would be impossible to gauge the number of jobs created before an event even took place. So not only is this putting the proverbial horse before the cart, it's putting the cart before the horse before the horse's great-great-great grandfather is even born.
Of course, many or most of Trump's supporters know little to nothing about economics. They will believe him because he says it and they won't read or watch any critical coverage. That's why they blindly support him -- they're impervious to truth.
Once again, that's why believing Trump's promises to the LGBT community is a waste of time. There is no one in modern American politics less likely to tell the truth than Donald Trump.