Morgue workers, Prince Harry, and Alabama churches, oh my.
Posted on December 8, 2017, at 5:19 p.m. ET
It took almost an hour to take the microwave off his head, and the fire department was seriously unimpressed.
This hoax originally went viral in March, and it's complete bullshit. Here's why it's around again.
This wasn't the only church that had billboards supporting Moore despite the allegations, Snopes reports.
A magazine published an article with the misleading headline, PolitiFact reports, but there's no record of Prince Harry ever saying Trump isn't welcome at the big wedding.
The German foreign minister did say there's a need for Germany and Europe to step up their global roles, but Germany as a country did not denounce Trump or the US. The misinformation was spread by a website targeting liberals, Snopes reports.
Because of Germany's hate speech laws, Twitter blocks more Nazi-related content and users.
Juli Briskman really did lose her job and got some interest in her career after flipping off the Trump motorcade, but the number of job offers is false, AP reports. She got a few thousand new Twitter followers, though.
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