Lawrence et al. have presented an argument purporting to show that ``relative facts do not exist'' and, consequently, ``Relational Quantum Mechanics is incompatible with quantum mechanics''. The argument is based on a GHZ-like contradiction between constraints satisfied by measurement outcomes in an extended Wigner's friend scenario. Here we present a strengthened version of the argument, and show why, contrary to the claim by Lawrence et al., these arguments do not contradict the consistency of a theory of relative facts. Rather, considering this argument helps clarify how one should not think about a theory of relative facts, like RQM.