False rumors that Queen Elizabeth removed the Obamas from the Royal Wedding guest list came from websites that fabricate news stories.
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False claims that the world’s first human meat restaurant opens in Tokyo resurfaced in November 2017 — but, like earlier versions, there’s no truth to them.
False claims about hate crimes being dropped against Black Lives Matter kidnappers accused of assaulting a white man with developmental disabilities surfaced in November 2017.
Joe Biden didn’t say that the hero who stopped the Sutherland Springs church shooter shouldn’t have been allowed to own a gun.
A self-described satirical website is behind false reports that “New Jersey’s first Muslim mayor” vowed to glorify Allah in all his decisions.
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A commentary titled “NFL Role Models?” makes truthful claims about former players Travis Henry, Donte Stallworth, Dan Russell and current player Marshawn Lynch.
A commentary titled “Do Black Lives Matter?” has been incorrectly attributed to conservative commentator L. Todd Wood.
The “Fun Facts About the NFL” commentary cites mostly true examples of the league fining or threatening to fine players for exercising their right to free speech.
Hobby Lobby was accused of not selling Jewish holiday items and not catering to Jewish customers in 2013, and those reports resurfaced in 2017.