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.
Meryl Streep has not been fired from a major for lying about Donald Trump at the Golden Globes, the rumor started with a fake news website.
False reports that the crew of Air Force One refused to fly President Obama 6,000 miles to play golf went viral in December 2016.
A quote in which Ben Carson talks about abortion causing baby ghosts doesn’t appear to be real.
Mattel is not releasing a “Public Assistance Barbie” in time for the holidays, contrary to reports.
Queen Elizabeth has not offered to restore British rule over the United States, contrary to online reports.
Tim Kaine didn’t say that the Catholic Church would have to change its stance on same-sex marriage or be banned from the United States.
Rumors that First Grandma Marian Robinson will receive a lifetime $160,000 government pension are false.