The claim that the article in Le Canard Enchainé magazine about Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is reported as real by Anadolu Agency is false. The French magazine defines itself as a magazine reporting “satire” news.
The claim that the photo shows an elderly woman who was fined by the police for selling vegetable in Turkey is not true. The photo was taken in Albania in 2016 at the moment of the fine on the grounds that the saleswoman occupied the public space.
The claim that PCR based Covid-19 tests give 50 percent false positive results is not true. PCR tests are one of the most reliable methods currently known. Also, there is not enough evidence to conclude that PCR tests give 50% false positive results.
The claim that the total amount spent for Çamlıca Mosque is 110 million dollars, while the launch cost of Falcon 9 is said to be 130 million dollars is not true. Although there is not an official statement, the construction cost of Çamlıca Mosque is said to have reached 100 million dollars. It is stated that the current launch cost of Falcon 9 is 62 million dollars and the total cost of the project is more than 440 million dollars.
The claim that the meteor falling on 27 May might be a meteorite redirected in the scope of the DART project of NASA and sent to Turkey is false. The meteor, which could be observed in Turkey, is an ordinary celestial occasion. NASA's DART project is not yet implemented. There is nothing unusual in the glare that occurs during the fall of the meteor.
The claim that the videos show that bugs come out of strawberries when they are soaked in salt water is false. The video does not reflect the truth. The big bug which is claimed to come out of the strawberries was taken from the garden and placed in them.