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    Myths

    LIE: The Social Security Administration is stockpiling ammunition for nefarious purposes

    TRUTH: Social Security has a small group of armed agents that investigates fraud and other crimes

    LIE: There was “no security” at the U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, when it was attacked

    TRUTH: The diplomatic facility in Benghazi was protected by five diplomatic security officers, as well as Libyans

    LIE: Before the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, was attacked under President Obama, U.S. diplomatic facilities were safe

    TRUTH: U.S. diplomatic facilities were attacked at least 15 times from 1977-2008

    LIE: When the U.S. Embassy in Cairo was stormed by protesters in September 2012, Marines there had been barred from carrying live ammunition

    TRUTH: The Marine Corps debunked a rumor about embassy guards lacking ammunition in 2012

    LIE: President Obama called the death of four Americans at a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, “just a bump in the road”

    TRUTH: Obama said new government sometimes have “bumps in the road” during a 2012 interview

    LIE: The Transportation Security Administration is going to screen airline passengers' DNA at airports

    TRUTH: The DHS planed to test a portable DNA screener in refugee cases

    LIE: Obama tried to enrich George Soros by giving $2 billion in taxpayer money to the Brazilian oil company Petrobras

    TRUTH: The Export-Import Bank, which doesn't use taxpayer money, offered a loan to a Brazilian oil company