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Did CNN Report that a ‘Trump Voter’ Shot a ‘Mentally Ill’ Mass Shooter?

7 January 2020 - A routine review of content labeled satire.

Joel Osteen Sails Luxury Yacht Through Flooded Houston to Pass out Copies of His Book?

29 August 2017 - A Christian satire site's claim about the popular televangelist using a luxury yacht to promote "Your Best Life Now" in Hurricane Harvey's aftermath was mistaken for real news.

Study: Too Many People Think Satirical News Is Real

16 August 2019 - In a news cycle full of clownish characters and outrageous rhetoric, it’s no wonder satire isn’t fully registering with a lot of readers.

Did U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar Say ‘If Israel Is So Innocent, Then Why Do They Insist on Being Jews?’

9 May 2019 - A quote needn't make sense for some people to believe it's genuine.

Did a Georgia Lawmaker Claim a Chick-fil-A Employee Told Her to Go Back to Her Country?

24 July 2019 - Many readers were confused by an article that altered some details of a controversial news story.

Did Elevation Church Debut a Water Slide Baptismal?

3 August 2016 - A report that the Elevation Church had installed a water slide to speed up baptisms originated with a satirical site.

Did Televangelist Joel Osteen Rip Up the Bible?

10 February 2020 - A routine review of content labeled satire.

Did Bernie Sanders Vow to Round Up Remaining ISIS Members, Allow Them to Vote?

17 June 2019 - Some readers didn't see much humor in the post by a self-described satire site.

Did Senate Democrats Call for Supreme Court Nominees to Ignore the U.S. Constitution?

3 July 2018 - A meme containing fake quotes from a satirical article managed to take in some followers of conservative commentator David Clarke.

Did Hillary Clinton Post Condolences for Tulsi Gabbard’s Suicide One Day Early?

24 January 2020 - A routine review of content labeled satire.

Is Playing Christmas Music Before Thanksgiving Now a Federal Crime?

8 November 2017 - Congress reportedly passed a law banning the playing of Christmas music before Thanksgiving, even in private homes.

Did Ruth Bader Ginsburg Say ‘I Am Mentally Fit Enough to Serve Through the End of President Eisenhower’s Term?’

2 August 2018 - The Associate Supreme Court Justice said she hopes to remain on the bench another five years. And she knows who's president.

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