Fact ChecksOriginated as Satire
Originated as Satire
Originated as Satire
This rating refers to content that originally came from a site described as satire, but was later stripped of some of its satirical markings, repackaged, and posted elsewhere. The rating also applies to content not necessarily labeled as satire but that audiences perceived as satirical nonetheless, such as content from The Onion.

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Walt Disney wasn't replacing Ben Franklin on the $100 bill.
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A satirical tweet was believed to be serious by users on Reddit and other platforms that asked for prayers for Andrew Tate and said that Satan was coming after him.
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A fake tweet attributed to Elon Musk reads, 'You know, in some parts of the world, journalists get murdered for crossing the wrong people. Banning the reporters I don't like from my own platform feels like a pretty innocuous alternative to me.'
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Elon Musk, owner of Twitter
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Disney did not file a patent for a roller coaster that jumps the track, as this was just satire.
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Old roast turkey recipe calls for stuffing made with unpopped popcorn and is ready when the popcorn blows the ass off the turkey.
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Elon Musk did not tweet that Jewish users would receive yellow star verified badges, as the rumor came from a satire tweet.
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Benito Mussolini
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Person, Human, Electrical Device
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michael jackson and bruno mars
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Kate Bush
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Person, Human, Military Uniform
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Snake, Reptile, Animal
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Furniture, Bookcase, Shelf
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Donald Trump
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Does Kentucky Require Women To Undergo Monthly Pregnancy Checks?
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Person, Human, Tie
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Tripod, Person, Human
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Marsha Blackburn did not tweet of a veteran support bill, "We simply cannot afford to give Joe Biden a win, or that, "Veterans may die because of this but that's what they signed up for."
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