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#7

These two headlines are photoshopped, right?

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  • They’re totally realĀ and were distributed to different political markets.

  • This is photoshopped.

  • This is real, but they were just printed at different times during the day.

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#8

Let's get meta for a moment. In 2016, Snopes agreed to work with a social media site to help evaluate the accuracy of questionable posts. Which social media site?

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    Twitter
    Facebook
    Shutterstock
    Pinterest
    Shutterstock
    LinkedIn

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#9

Which of these Internet famous photos is real?

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    CNN
    This photo of Darren Wilson after the incident with Michael Brown
    jetcareers.com
    This chemtrails on/off switch
    ViralNova
    This photo of a man hiding under a woman's bed
    National Geographic
    This photo of a plane passing in front of a solar eclipse

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#10

In June of 2017, Breitbart reported that a German woman was fined over 1000 euros for sharing an anti-migrant meme. True or false?

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  • True

  • False

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#11

Which one of these Obama stories is real?

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  • In August of 2017, he ordered Harvard University to reverse its suspension of his daughter Malia.

  • In 2016, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said: “One of my proudest moments was when I told Obama, ‘You will not fill this Supreme Court vacancy.'”

  • When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, he was the only president to ignore a natural disaster and go golfing instead.

  • Obama was in Texas during Hurricane Harvey, serving meals.

  • He signed an executive order banning the Pledge of Allegiance in schools.

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#12

This graphic makes a shocking claim...but is it true?

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  • Yes

  • No

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