This week we have peacocks, Soros, and Joe Kennedy's Palm Beach home.
Posted on February 2, 2018, at 5:36 p.m. ET
A woman tried to bring the bird on the plane, and even paid for an extra seat. But the airline reportedly denied her emotional support animal from boarding.
As Snopes reports, this image was taken during the State of the Union address and Democrats really were checking their phones. Lawmakers use their phones for notes, fact-checking, and monitoring social media. It's not unheard of for them to do so during the SOTU.
This is a baseless conspiracy theory. Investigators said there's zero evidence to suggest the crash was politically motivated, but Facebook surfaced many conspiracy theories in the aftermath, the Daily Beast reports.
The president did say that, but he's incorrect. Former president Barack Obama's State of the Union was watched by 2 million more people in 2010.
That's not Joe Kennedy's house, Snopes reports, and walls in Florida are often built for hurricane protection.
A spokesperson told BuzzFeed News they had to recall and reprint the tickets because of the typo.
A post under that headline appeared on YourNewsWire, a website well known for spreading fake news, Snopes reports.
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