Satirical reports that an African pastor was eaten by a crocodile while trying to walk on water like Jesus have been mistaken for factual news.
A fake news website is behind false reports that Malia Obama was arrested in Chicago in May 2017.
A Christian news satire site is behind false reports that Joel Osteen jumped from a stage to prevent a man from opening a bible.
A fake news report about a tornado carrying a mobile home 130 miles with a family safely inside re-surfaced in 2017 after deadly tornados in Texas.
Contrary to reports, President Trump has not signed an executive order banning Saturday Night Live because the show is un-American.
A satirical article about a woman being arrested for training squirrels to attacking her ex-boyfriend has been mistaken for a factual report.
A satirical site reported that President Trump’s sons were held at a Canadian airport for their ties to a fascist dictator.
A fake news website started false rumors that Army Sniper Jeremy Elmore saved a family of six by shooting would-be intruders from his bedroom window.
Vice President Mike Pence didn’t say he was disappointed in husbands and fathers for letting the WOmen’s March happen; that rumor was based on satire.