The Onion News Network, an online video spinoff of the satirical publication, is running a wickedly funny fake news bit. The faux television package includes an in-depth feature on a fictionalized insurance agent from Indiana, as well as an amusing split-screen interview with a Time “editor.” As usual, the humor is delivered deadpan, with all the bells and whistles of a real news segment. Hopefully no one at the Beijing Evening News stumbles across this report, or they may stop the presses. Again. No word yet on where Reid/Pelosi rank.
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