Brief Outline: The message claims that Did President Trump really expel 438 refugees from Wakanda
Facts Check: Fake
Viral news Examples:
During the Obama administration, the United States took in more than ,1500 refugees from Wakanda, a small country on the southern tip of Africa.
The country of Wakanda has a high infection rate of HIV and AIDS, boasts an impressive 97% poverty rate, and is run by criminal drug, war, and rapelords who hate America and Jesus. It’s also the country where Boko Haram, who kidnapped hundreds of children in a single year (and gave Michelle Obama an excuse to look sad for the camera), originated.
“America is a cesspit of corruption and intolerance,” Wakandan dictator Oranje Bale said in a speech in 2016 during a mass exodus of his war-torn third-world country. “Obama is weak and will accept those of you who wish to flee from this glorious nation. But God will punish you.”Google Advertisement:
Facts Check Analysis: The origin of this fake news is Daily World Update which wrote an article, titled BREAKING: President Trump Expels 438 Wakandan Refugees, Liberals Going Crazy on June 10, 2018 ((archived here).
The news posted by Daily World Update is not real as we did not find the names relevant as given in the article. Like we did not find any executive order like 247-B.
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