Bush’s Baked Beans issued a recall in July 2017, and it re-circulated on social media in June 2018.
Baseless claims that Anthony Bourdain was ready to come forward with damaging information on Hillary Clinton and a child sex ring before his death are based on tweets that were taken out of context.
Pope Francis did not urge white women to “breed” with Muslim migrants to curb declining birthrates.
False claims that Illinois woman Patty Nye blasted Sen. Dick Durbin for calling seniors the greediest generation ever are based on an earlier (and unproven) rumor involving a woman named Patty Myers and Sen. Alan Simpson.
Henry Kissinger has voiced optimism about President Trump’s foreign policy potential, but he did not say Trump is the “one true leader” and the only one that puts “America first.”
A commentary delivered by Daniel Greenfield at the Tea Party of South Carolina Conference titled “The Second Civil War” has been incorrectly attributed to Jack Minzey, a late Eastern Michigan University professor.
A satirical story about California requiring Christians to register bibles as assault weapons was mistaken for a factual news report in May 2018.
Whoopi Goldberg didn’t wear a shirt showing President Trump shooting himself. Roseanne Barr shared an edited photo on Twitter that had been previously debunked.
Tim Tebow kneeled in prayer before, during and after NFL games — but Tebow did not kneel during the national to protest abortion, as some have claimed.
The FBI urged the public to reboot routers and network hardware in May 2018 after disrupting a group of Russian hackers who installed malware capable of stealing information.