FACT CHECK: No, Trump Did Not Share Incoherent Post
An image shared on social media purports that former President Donald Trump shared an incoherent post on his Truth Social account.
OMG! At first I thought this might be parody but NO. It’s actually a post from former president Donald Trump! WTAF! https://t.co/SjGRwvtsT4
— Little Crow ✡️🌊 I am AntiFa. (@therealltlkrow) May 19, 2023
The image is fabricated.
A New York Judge is expected to give Trump instructions on what he is permitted to say publicly about the felony charges brought against him in the falsifying of business records case, CNN reported. The report goes on to say that previously a judge signed off on an order to prohibit the sharing of evidence that prosecutors gave Trump’s defense team.
The Twitter post purports Trump shared a gibberish post in all caps on his Truth Social page. The Twitter post shared a screenshot of an alleged Truth Social post from Trump.
“WAH WAH WAH SNIVELING SNOT WAH WHINE WAH WAH WAH WAH WAH WHINEY WAAHHH,” the alleged post reads.
“OMG!” the caption reads. “At first I thought this might be parody but NO. It’s actually a post from former president Donald Trump! WTAF!”
The caption is inaccurate. There is no credible news report that suggests this post is an authentic post from the former President. Based on the screenshot the post supposedly came from Trump’s Truth Social account. There is no record of this post on his account. Likewise, there is no archived record of this post on the archive website The Wayback Machine. (RELATED: Is Kenya Getting Rid Of The U.S. Dollar?)
This is not the first time misinformation has spread online. Check Your Fact recently debunked a claim New York Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul will appoint a Democrat to fill New York Rep. George Santos’ seat if he resigns.