Social media users are circulating a fictitious tweet by U.S. President Donald Trump, in which he calls for the arrest of ticket-holders who did not attend his recent rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This tweet is untrue.
Several social media users are sharing a two-minute video featuring an interview with Judy Mikovits in which she alleges that “at least 50 million Americans would die, probably from the first dose” if a COVID-19 vaccine was mandated for the whole population. This claim is unfounded.
A video is circulating on social media purporting to show a member of the Queen’s Guard (who guard the official royal residences in the United Kingdom) punching a black man to the ground. This claim is false. This is an old video of a staged prank.
Following a report by the Star Tribune (https://www.startribune.com/minority-corrections-officers-kept-from-monitoring-derek-chauvin-in-jail-george-floyd/571391442/?refresh=true), Reuters has updated the headline of this check and added new information regarding racial discrimination charges filed by correctional officers who say they were prohibited from having any contact with Derek Chauvin in Ramsey County Jail.