September 26, 2021

In 2016, The Washington Post published a fake story claiming that the Supreme Court had denied a challenge to a ban on same-sex marriage in California.

In a post that has since been deleted, the Post’s editor at the time, Jeff Mason, said that the post was a “conspiracy theory” and that the article was meant to “shame” gay people who voted in the state’s upcoming election.

(The Post has since removed the post from its website.)

After that, The Wall Street Journal ran an article claiming that President Donald Trump’s health had been found to be “curable.”

The article claimed that Trump had become the “healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.”

(The Washington Post and The Wall St Journal did not immediately respond to requests for comment.)

BuzzFeed News, The Daily Beast, The Hill, and The Huffington Post also ran fake stories.

In 2017, The Associated Press ran a fake article claiming to show an elderly man “crawling on the floor” while he was dying.

BuzzFeed News and The Daily Caller also ran false stories.

BuzzFeed reported that an “admission” from a man who claims he was attacked by a gang of men and women for trying to sell drugs was a fake.

(BuzzFeed has since published an apology to the man, and the AP has also retracted its story.)

In 2018, the AP published a story claiming to have obtained “highly classified information” about the whereabouts of a CIA officer who was killed in the line of duty.

The article was “not true,” the AP said.

BuzzFeed published a report claiming that an unnamed federal judge was “furious” about a tweet about his arrest.

(No one has ever been charged in the case.)

The Washington Examiner published a false story claiming, “There are no terrorists living in Washington, D.C. It is all the way down to the president.”

In 2018 the Associated Press published a headline that said, “An Army officer’s death in Iraq has been ruled a suicide by a court-martial,” a claim that BuzzFeed News has since debunked.

BuzzFeed also ran a story on its website that claimed to show the “worst of Hollywood” celebrities “lying in a room with their hands over their mouths.”

BuzzFeed’s own website did not have the headline, “They’re All Dead.”

In 2020, the Washington Post ran an interview with actor and activist Dwayne Johnson, who said that he “was a victim of sexual assault” and had “no intention of returning to the military.”

(Johnson was not fired from the military.)

BuzzFeed reported in 2018 that former Vice President Mike Pence “was charged with a felony” after he was photographed kissing a woman on the lips.

The Post also reported that former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus “was accused of assaulting an employee” in 2016.

BuzzFeed’s website did a report on the alleged assault, but the story was not “published.”

The Washington Free Beacon, the conservative news site that the Post used to run fake stories, published a post in 2018 claiming that “The Justice Department has accused two men of being in league with Russia to undermine U.S. democracy.”

BuzzFeed did not retract the story.

BuzzFeed ran a report in 2018 alleging that a Trump-backed campaign to elect Democratic senators was “linked to the Kremlin.”

The Post did not publish the article, which was shared more than 300 times.

BuzzFeed did publish a story in 2018 accusing a group of anti-Trump “resistance” groups of engaging in a “fraud” in attempting to disrupt a “major convention.”

BuzzFeed also did not delete a post about this alleged fraud, which said that “one of the organizations [described in the report] is a ‘fake news’ group.”

The report also said that BuzzFeed “does not identify as a fake news site” and said that it does not publish fake news.

BuzzFeed has since retracted the post.

BuzzFeed, The Huffington Posts, and BuzzFeed also published fake stories in 2017.

In 2018 BuzzFeed ran an op-ed claiming that a man was “hanging by a string” in his hotel room while his family “was sleeping.”

BuzzFeed later removed the article.

In 2019, BuzzFeed published an article alleging that “a major pharmaceutical company has developed a vaccine for a deadly and contagious coronavirus that will be available to the general public within the next six months.”

The story was “false,” BuzzFeed said in a statement.

BuzzFeed posted a report about the article on its site that said it “has been thoroughly vetted and vetted.”

BuzzFeed said that when it published the article it “understood the gravity of what we had published and our responsibility to correct it.”

BuzzFeed updated the article and removed the false article in 2019, but said that its editors “were not happy with the way we handled it.”

The AP reported that the FBI was investigating a group that claimed that “they were planning to stage a mass shooting” at the Republican National Convention in 2020.

BuzzFeed updated its article on Friday, saying that the

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