A spoof that tells a deeper story

By Around the Web

(Washington Times) — Some years ago, a fake edition of the tabloid National Enquirer hit the streets. The problem was that it’s nearly impossible to satirize something already over the top. It wasn’t funny.

The same thing occurred this past Wednesday in Washington, where a leftist team distributed a reported 30,000 copies of a faux edition of The Washington Post.

The fake paper reported under an all-caps headline “UNPRESIDENTED” that President Trump had disappeared. The subhead read: “Trump hastily departs White House, ending crisis.” Another headline was “Celebrations break out worldwide as Trump era ends.”

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