I like a lot of the Babylon Bee's satire stories, but they do put out a lot of tendentious crap as well. And yes, Snopes can and should fact-check satire when there's a clear intent to mislead.

Babylon Bee, Snopes feud over fact-checking satire - Religion News Service

(RNS) — The popular fact-checking site Snopes and the Babylon Bee, a religious humor site, have feuded online over the difference between 'fake news' and satire.

Then there's this gem, which crosses the line from tendentious crap to outright slander. You can't falsely attribute anti-Semitic slurs to someone and then claim it's all just a joke.

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