Welcome to 2018, everything is still bad.
Posted on January 5, 2018, at 5:22 p.m. ET
This photo was used by several websites and Twitter personalities, but it was shot before the protests and is part of a separate movement.
As news of the Iran protests broke, many accounts began spreading old videos from other protests and other countries, Snopes reports.
This started out as a parody of the upcoming book, but some people took it seriously.
This story has circulated on unreliable websites for months, but it's not true. A spokesperson for Walmart told PolitiFact they are unaware of any meth labs being discovered in Alabama stores.
Usually the iguanas aren't dead, just frozen, so you can bring them back to life by moving them into the sun.
This is a case of an old hoax becoming new again. Originally this fake news item went viral in September 2017, but PolitiFact reports it was repurposed for 2018.
Clickbait headlines have been misleading about scientific reports on the subject, Snopes reports, so you don't have to hoard any chocolate.
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