False rumors about a Texas church melting gold to make a statute of President Donald Trump started with a website that publishes works of "Christian news satire."
Reports that Steven Furtick is leaving Elevation Church on a 6-year, $110 million contract came from a site that publishes Christian satire.
A website that publishes "Christian news satire" is behind false reports that British Prime Minister Theresa may reminded U.K. citizens that the state actually owns their children.
A satirical website is behind false reports that a federal judge ordered Christian musician Chris Tomlin to stop altering hymns with catchy choruses.
A satirical story about California requiring Christians to register bibles as assault weapons was mistaken for a factual news report in May 2018.
False rumors that Bernie Sanders introduced a bill requiring Christians holding public office to wear scarlet crosses are based on a satirical article.
It's not a federal crime to play Christmas music before Thanksgiving, that rumor came from a satirical website in November 2017.
A website that publishes works of "Christian news satire" is behind false reports that House Democrats introduced a bill making it a hate crime to eat at Chick-fil-A because of the chain's conservative views.