SUNDAY, APRIL 03, 2022
TRUMP’S FOUR-HUNDRED-AND-THIRTY-EIGHTH DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND WE’RE EXPLAINING THE USE OF THE TERM ‘HEAD LIES”
We’re Trying To Be Perfectly Clear
This afternoon at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane if he plans to update the Whistleblower Stylebook update, where, as with all real print publications, you’ll see the rules and examples of usage, punctuation, and typography, used in the preparation of copy for our publication.And To Be Even More Politically Precise
This afternoon at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane about the latest revision of the Whistleblower “Stylebook,” which at all real print publications, shows the rules and examples of usage, punctuation, and typography, used in the preparation of copy for publication.
“We needed to update our Whistleblower Stylebook,” Kane explained “when we were working on our ‘Wednesday Wild Card’ E-dition and somebody misspoke and used the word “Head Lies” instead of “Headlines.”
The Blower had first used the term “News Liars” back in May of 2017. We’d proposed that questions from the Fake News White House Press Corps should’ve been submitted and answered in writing. Then Network “News Liars” could’ve made up their own answers, just like they’d always done. That way the rest of us could’ve seen how biased and stupid those questions really were.
“The President may have been thinking of about that those days,” Kane added. “Just look at that morning’s “Mean Tweets.”
And the Media Research Center had said Primetime Cable only compared Trump to Nixon a mere 107 times on the first night. You can check out MRC’s report HERE.