Was That Fake? All Lives Splatter & 9/11 Hero Dog

- Did a government employee actually post an image that reads "All Lives Splatter"?

Yes.

Last week, someone with the Sheriff's Department in Washington State claims to have "accidentally" posted the meme on the department's Facebook page.

It reads: Nobody cares about your protest. Keep your (expletive) out of the road.

This week, South Dakota State Rep. and GOP Whip Lynne Disanto posted the same meme on her Facebook page with the caption, "I think this is a movement we can all support."

After several complaints, Disanto apologized and took down the post. She still has a seat in the House, but she lost her real estate job.

 

Did Daisy the dog really rescue hundreds of people from the World Trade Center on 9/11?

No.

The tall tale says Daisy was let loose after the first plane hit and she went up to the 112th floor. She came back to get her owner and led hundreds of people to safety. She even received the "Canine Medal of Honor." A great story, just not true.

There were only 110 floors in each tower. 

The "Canine Medal of Honor" award does not exist.

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