Reuters Has “Fact-Checked” Nicki Minaj’s Claim About Her Cousin’s Friend’s Swollen Ballsack

A few days ago Nicki Minaj tweeted this:

Obviously it caused quite a stir among the Most Fragile and Hysterical People on the face of the planet—the social media Vaccine Police—because NOOOO YOU CANT SAY ANYTHING BAD ABOUT THE VAX! IT’S PERFECT IN EVERY WAY! BIG PHARMA IS OUR LORD AND SAVIOR!

And now, somehow, this headline was published, because apparently the media isn’t cartoonish enough:

FACT-CHECK: Nicki Minaj’s cousin’s friends balls were NOT swollen after taking the Covid vaccine. REMAIN CALM, people.

So what exactly is Reuters’ standard for vetting stories nowadays? Did they just take the Trinidad health minister at his word without bothering to verify the story for themselves? Or did they get some boots on the ground down in Trinidad to check for themselves if Nicki Minaj’s cousin’s friends balls were in fact swollen?

For that matter, how did the Trinidad health minister determine that this story is false? Did he inspect the balls in question?

It’s just absurd at this point the lengths the governing class will go to in order to promote this vaccine.

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