Order. The fact that members make misstatements in questions or answers is not normally the subject of points of order in the House. The difficulty is that the member is raising a matter that sounds like there is an objection to facts that were stated or misstated or whatever.
The Speaker cannot make decisions as to what are facts and what are not. That is a matter for debate in the House. It is not something that the Speaker can be involved in and, accordingly, if the member is raising a matter about facts as stated or not stated or as misrepresented, I am afraid it is beyond the scope of the Chair, and is not a valid point of order.