That picture of what appear to be $1,200 tickets to ex-President Donald Trump
's second inauguration ceremony at the White House
on August 15?
Yes, it is entirely fictitious.
Multiple fact-checking websites, including Snopes, have debunked the image that has circulated on social media
"This is just INSANE on a whole new level! These "tickets" are being sold for as much as $1,200 each on Q sites all over the internet, the crazy part is that people
are talking about how excited they are because they've already purchased them." pic.twitter.com/xt9mTOyqmg — CanadianPam (@PamelaApostolo1) June 13, 2021
According to the fake ticket, the celebration of the twice-impeached former president's return to the Oval Office in mid-August will include musical performances by pro-Trump rockers Ted Nugent and Kid Rock
However, as Snopes, Verify, and The Dispatch discovered, the image is simply an edited version of a stock photo available for purchase on the stock photography
website 123rf.com. Furthermore, neither rocker, nor the White House, has dates for the phony event listed on their websites.
While the ticket and the event it promotes are obviously fictitious, the wild idea of Trump's imminent reinstatement has gained traction among QAnon conspiracy theory
followers and, according to reports, the ex-president himself, despite the fact that there is no constitutional way for it to happen.