Are you succumbing to internet BS?
Posted on August 25, 2017, at 1:21 p.m. ET
Police pulled over a car heading to Hanover and found 5,000 Trump-shaped pills.
Breitbart used an image of a famous German soccer player to illustrate the post. It later published an apology and replaced the photo.
New Orleans has already removed all of its Confederate statues, but the petition is asking for the city to erect Britney Spears statues in their stead.
Russian media tweeted and posted images of long lines in front of the Moscow US Embassy, but eyewitnesses contradicted those stories, Meduza reports.
The widely shared false story even made its way to a Barbados news site but has since been removed.
An unrelated photo was changed to add the "antifa" logo, Snopes reports.
As Snopes reports, counterdemonstrators had permits issued by the city.
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