Topic: Political Satire Web Sites

August Surprise: Obama announces August 2014 to be 'International Muslim Awareness Month.
This is a repeat of an old lie by the "National Report," a political satire web publication who admittedly is in the business of creating lies. They use fake or real names to create semi-real or mostly fictitious stories.  They Photoshop pictures, alter videos, and create realistic looking legislation, then followers spread the lies around the web as if it were real news.

Facebook has unveiled new rules to stop their users from creating posts related in any way to religion.
The article comes from the National Report, a satirical website. It is not factual and was never intended to be.
Barack Obama
Paul Horner "Does President Obama limit church to twice a month?"
President Obama could not have made any such announcement, as he has no authority to limit church services, and any attempt to do so would be an obvious violation of the First Amendment's protections of religious freedom. The referenced article was a just another hoax from the News Examiner, a fake news site started by Mr. Horner.


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