@ReutersFacts
Reuters Fact Check
a month ago
A digitally altered poster about a non-existent film called ‘The Omicron Variant’ has tricked some users into thinking the coronavirus variant was planned
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@MikeFiveOh
Mike 🇺🇸
a month ago
@ReutersFacts You guys continue to fact check memes that are even marked as such. It’s honestly awesomely hilarious at this point
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@im4evergrateful
Honkey Tonk Neanderthal
a month ago
@ReutersFacts Can you fact check if Joe Biden really saved us 2 cents a gallon on gas?
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@fblainedickson
Blaine Dickson 🏌️‍♂️ 🇨🇦
a month ago
@im4evergrateful @ReutersFacts Or if you really can save 15% with Geico
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@i__told_you_so
i__told_you_so
a month ago
@ReutersFacts Get the fact out of my timeline
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@pattycakes0123
#METGala4ALL
a month ago
@ReutersFacts It's a meme
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@mcpierce
🏒 McPierce 🤓
a month ago
@pattycakes0123 @ReutersFacts But once a group start to believe it’s true, it becomes more of a Poe. And then we need to respond to the unintelligent.
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@_boxing_clever_
The Landlady
a month ago
@ReutersFacts Can you fact check all the Abraham Lincoln memes next? I think they're called trolls? Because I don't think he said half of those things on the internet those memes say he said.
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@RudyHavenstein
Rudy Havenstein, Disrupting Traditional Banking.
a month ago
@ReutersFacts Please stop doing this. You're making journalism into even more of a joke.
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@sorrykb
KB
a month ago
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