No. Information cited to Wisconsin Watch by U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany does not show President Joe Biden closed business deals for his son Hunter Biden.
No. Information cited by U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany contained only unverified intelligence that the Ukrainian energy company Burisma paid President Joe Biden $5 million.
Yes. Two August 2023 reports say the Biden administration has directed more Inflation Reduction Act climate change resources to states controlled by Republicans than states run by Democrats.
No. As of June 2, 2023, President Joe Biden had nominated 127 people to federal judgeships, including 13 white men, that were confirmed by the Senate.
Yes. Sen. Tammy Baldwin voted on legislation in line with President Joe Biden’s position 95.5% of the time during the 117th Congress (2021–22), according to data analysis by FiveThirtyEight.
Yes. Since the expansion of a federal immigration “parole” program, illegal immigration from the four countries covered by the program has decreased by more than 90%.
No. Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany, who represents most of northern Wisconsin, said President “Joe Biden’s FBI labeled concerned parents who spoke at school board meetings as domestic terrorists.”
Yes. In February, Democratic President Joe Biden met with Republican Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy to discuss the U.S. debt ceiling. McCarthy called it a “first good meeting,” while the White House said it was a “frank and straightforward dialogue,” according to Politico.
President Joe Biden has made Wisconsin his first stop after his State of the Union address, visiting a training center run by a union near Madison, the state capital.
The Republican chair of the Wisconsin Assembly elections committee who was backed by former President Donald Trump, embraced conspiracy theories about the 2020 election and wanted to decertify President Joe Biden’s victory, has been kicked out of the closed GOP caucus because her colleagues don’t trust her.
Yes. The conservative law firm Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan on Oct. 4, claiming the plan would be unconstitutional.