Having debunked all other false narratives, Snopes can focus on the important work of debunking the fake news being spread by the Babylon Bee about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez:

Well? Did she??? Snopes is on the case!

In mid-April 2019, an image supposedly showing U.S. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez guessing that the cost of an item was “free” during an appearance on the daytime television game show “The Price is Right” started circulating on social media.

This is not a genuine photograph of Ocasio-Cortez on the showThis image was created for a satirical article that was originally published by The Babylon Bee.

The Babylon Bee is an entertainment website that does not publish factual content. A disclaimer at the bottom of the website states: “The Babylon Bee is Your Trusted Source For Christian News Satire.”

Do … do you mean to say that a site that’s open about publishing satirical content would publish satirical content? How is this possible?

Here’s a fact for Snopes: This ratio is really cookin’!

“The internet’s definitive #factchecking resource,” ladies and gentlemen.

And every day.

Editor’s note: The headline of this post has been amended to reflect that Snopes’ fact-checking tweet included a gif as opposed to a still image.

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Update:

Oh dear Lord … they’ve doubled down:

For God’s sake, Snopes. Put the shovel down.

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