Factcheck a Claim

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Just click on a transcript (on the left of this page). Every specific factual claim in the transcript has a "Prove" tag next to it. Every sustained statement has a "Probe" tag next to the name of the speaker. When you see a statement or claim you want to factcheck, just click on the "Prove" or "Probe" tag. That will take you to a new page that you can edit just like a Wikipedia article.

Once there, just click "Edit" and get cracking with your source material. We use the same software that Wikipedia uses, so if you know how to use Wikipedia, you can use Wikiprove. (And if you don't, click help.)

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