IMPORTANT: Snopes shares ‘research’ showing that the Babylon Bee publishes popular ‘factually inaccurate content’
As Twitchy told you earlier, the Babylon Bee has offered up a spot-on take on Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar’s anti-Israel circus:
Women Who Don't Believe Israel Has Right To Exist Not Sure Why They Got Banned From Israelhttps://t.co/EdrxBHXwA5
— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) August 15, 2019
It’s fantastic stuff from the Bee, as usual. Wonder how long it’ll take Snopes to “fact check” it. Apparently the Babylon Bee keeps Snopes very busy:
Stories published by The Babylon Bee were among the most shared factually inaccurate content in almost every survey of this research. https://t.co/x96rPCl1w9
— snopes.com (@snopes) August 16, 2019
“This research.” Snopes republished a piece from “academic-research site” The Conversation, which apparently thinks it’s important to point out that the Babylon Bee’s very popular content is factually inaccurate.
— WilliamTeach2 (@WTeach2) August 16, 2019
Where would we be without Snopes? We’re not sure, but we’re pretty sure it’d be someplace less stupid than where we are with them.
Too many people think Snopes knows what fact-checking is.
— Slough of Despond (@sloughdespond) August 16, 2019
You guys are making such a complete mockery of yourselves. Well-done…you're out-satirizing the best satire on the internet.
— Toby Logsdon ☧ (@TobyLogsdon) August 16, 2019
(Hat tip: @WTeach2)