Published on 30/01/2023 at 10:28
Bill Gates did not speak of an imminent need for "death panels" at the G20 summit in Bali in November 2022 to "end the lives of sick and unwell people", as claimed in social media posts shared in various languages. The billionaire philanthropist did not attend the event. The claims in fact take comments Gates made during a 2010 interview out of context. The full interview shows Gates made no mention about a need to cull the population; he mentioned "death panels" as part of a conversation about what he described as the trade-off between high medical costs and cuts in other sectors.
Published on 30/01/2023 at 21:55
An article claims that, in order to cover up a dangerous side effect of Covid-19 vaccines, scientists are linking egg consumption to blood clots. This is false; the study referenced in the piece was published years before the pandemic and examined the risk of cardiovascular diseases associated with a nutritional supplement.
Published on 27/01/2023 at 19:22
Updated on 30/01/2023 at 07:39
Updated on 23/12/2022 at 20:07
On the heels of Volodymyr Zelensky's December 21, 2022 trip to Washington, social media users are claiming an image shows US President Joe Biden placing his hand on the Ukrainian leader's buttocks. But the picture has been digitally manipulated; the original photo and other shots from the visit show Biden's hand on Zelensky's back, and a White House spokesperson confirmed the version circulating online is "doctored."
Published on 07/12/2022 at 17:41