Sarah Palin asserts that because she can see Russia from her home in Alaska that she has an abundance of foreign policy experience, earning her widespread ridicule.
Texas Governor, Rick Perry, struggles to recall the three agencies of government that he would abolish if he made it to the White House. Thankfully, he never did.
In the 1976 presidential election, Gerald Ford defies all common sense and logic by insisting that there was "no Soviet dominance in eastern europe, and there never would be..."
Tod Adkin makes controversial statements about how a woman's body has the ability to terminate a pregnancy resulting from rape, but science says otherwise.
Nancy Pelosi claims George Floyd's name will never be forgotten as a result of a potential bill being named after him, but she soon forgets his name.
Hillary Clinton incorrectly asserts that Nancy Reagan started a national conversation around HIV and eased the burden of coming forward with the virus.
Senator Donelley praises his employees, but in doing so, seems to insinuate that they are performing excellently in spite of their race, prompting massive controversy.