Can "false premise" ever be used as a reason to close a question? I know it can inspire comments which ask the questioner to provide sources, but if the evidence shows that the underlying presumption in the question is wrong, can that drive a valid "vote to close"?
Inspired by this question -- not only does the asked point not provide any sources, but sources are provided which indicate that the premise of the question is not correct. The current choices don't clearly have that as a category for closure AFAICT.
I am sure that for some questions, this option might be used prematurely, before the question provides its own source or the responses are shown not to be on point, but at least then the questioner could rework the question and it can be nominated for re-opening.