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.
I don’t know where to begin with this, but let’s start with it being wrong in its factual premise. As Rebecca Solnit documents in A Paradise Built in Hell, the historical experience of communities affected by disaster has shown that survivors form spontaneous support networks, rather than descending into the war of all against all that people like Graham say they fear.
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Something tells me this would not actually be very helpful, but YMMV.
Possible GoT spoilers
I always appreciate Laura Hudson and Spencer Ackerman's unpacking of #GameOfThrones episodes. In addition to the lack of clear strategy or command structure for the battle, I also wondered about the wisdom of taking refuge in the crypt, when you know your enemy has the power to raise the dead for his own purposes.
Northern Carbon Sequestration: GoT S8 E3 by Citadel Dropouts: a Game of Thrones Podcast
I'm pleased to see this sign at a local park has been changed. Our family always ignored it. And in any case, the "residents only" restriction was always unenforceable under state law, due to a (wise and equitable!) state supreme court decision that held that all public parks are held in trust for the use and benefit of the whole public, and cannot be restricted to residents of the municipality.