Hoax Alert: Man-Eating Shark NOT Spotted In Ohio River
by: Jeremy Smith
(Thu, 26 May 2016 04:38:48 Z)
There is a HOAX story trending on the internet, "Man eating shark spotted in Ohio river." Upon opening the story you are greeted with a graphic informing you that "You've been pranked."
The NOT TRUE story has no actual story to tell, other than mentioning the Jennings Randolph bridge, which is an existing bridge over the Ohio River between Chester, West Virginia and East Liverpool, Ohio.
A message is spreading across Facebook that claims users can see who is covertly following them by going to the blocking section of their settings and typing in “following me”. This is just the latest variation of a long-running hoax ... -- http://www.thatsnonsense.com
President Donald Trump called Russian interference in the 2016 election "a hoax" again this morning, a day after Facebook said it would turn over some 3,000 Russian-linked ads purchased during the 2016 election to congressional investigators.
"The Russia hoax continues, ... -- http://abcnews.go.com
Trump Trashes NFL Anthem Protests: Owners Should Say ‘Get That Son of a Bitch Off the Field’
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Trump Trashes NFL Anthem Protests: Owners Should Say 'Get That ...
“Wouldn't you ... -- https://www.youtube.com
With two tweets about the Russia scandal on Friday, Donald Trump gave investigators more information that brought them closer to potential criminal charges.
The Russia hoax continues, now it's ads on Facebook. What about the totally biased and ... -- http://www.politicususa.com
Over 31,000 scientists have united against the political agenda of global warming. The scientific consensus, which includes over 9,000 scientists with Ph.D.s, supports the necessity of carbon dioxide and sheds light on the agenda of global warming, which includes industrial ... -- https://www.naturalnews.com
Another day, another Facebook hoax. This time, you may have seen people warning you on your Facebook feed that there’s a secret list of people following your posts. They’re supposedly not your frie… -- http://clark.com
As the content of the ads has not yet been released we cannot know for sure
that the ads were pro Trump, but neither can Trump. This has left many
wondering why he was so quick to call the ads ... -- https://www.polityke.com
US military personnel in South Korea received orders to evacuate immediately Thursday in what turned out to be an ill-timed hoax at a time of high tensions on the Korean Peninsula.