Get your bullshit detector ready.
Posted on July 21, 2017, at 2:11 p.m. ET
When reached for comment about the airport ads, RT thanked the "troll armies that hacked the display screens for us" and warned that reporting on the ads could lead to being "accused of colluding with the Kremlin to promote its 'propaganda bullhorn.'"'
The story was published on a satirical news site, Politifact reports, and doesn't even include the chef's real name.
The six-month-old article was recently reposted by a handful of conservative sites. Even six months later, the article fails to provide evidence Obama said the US owes him a "debt of gratitude," Snopes reports.
The website that published the post targets conservatives with fake news, Politifact reports, and there's no truth to it.
Fox News really did run a graphic that said, "Eventually we will get something done," Snopes reports. Trump was talking about the death of the Republican health care bill.
A handful of conservative websites said the man in the video is a "migrant," but the Metropolitan Police told BuzzFeed News he's a UK national.
The word "atheist" doesn't make an appearance in the book, Snopes reports.
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