Fact Checks ☑️
Wetting your head before your body while showering does not cause stroke, experts say
Multiple Facebook posts claim that people often have strokes while in the bathroom because they are showering in the "wrong sequence" by wetting their heads before their bodies. The posts claim this sequence "causes the body to adjust its temperature too quickly", potentially causing a stroke. The claim is false; stroke experts told AFP there is no evidence to show that wetting your head before your body while showering can lead to a stroke.

These images show security precautions taken outside Trump’s residence in 2016
Images of construction trucks surrounding Trump Tower in New York were shared in a Facebook post claiming they were part of official measures for the “anticipated” violence following the US presidential election on November 3, 2020. However, the claim is misleading: while the New York Police Department (NYPD) indeed secured the perimeter around the tower for the polls, these images were taken four years ago.

Trump campaign spreads doctored image to cast doubt on election reporting
The day after the 2020 presidential election was called for Joe Biden, the communications director for Donald Trump’s campaign tweeted a photo of a newspaper front page announcing Al Gore’s victory 20 years earlier to highlight an alleged mistake by journalists reporting on results. But, the Washington Times said the photo had been “doctored,” and the original correctly described George W. Bush as the 2000 presidential election winner.

False claims of dead voter in Michigan sparked by ‘clerical error’
Social media posts claim a ballot was cast in the 2020 US election on behalf of a deceased Michigan man born in 1902, pointing to the case as evidence of fraud. This is false; votes determined to be from dead people would not be counted, and the city of Detroit’s principal attorney said a legitimate ballot was incorrectly attributed to the man due to a “clerical error.”