Satire site The Onion has revealed that Facebook is a CIA program that saves the agency billions.
Onion analysts also say that the CIA’s Twitter program should be shut down because it has not produced one bit of useful information in 400 billion tweets.
Watch this video from The Onion, uploaded May 20, 2011.
Larry David curbs his enthusiasm for coronavirus ‘idiots’ in a hilarious video — with a serious plea
The coronaviruspandemic is no laughing matter. According to Johns Hopkins University, almost 900,000 cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed around the world. The U.S. leads the way with almost 200,000 people infected by the coronavirus.Despite dire predictions from Dr. Anthony Fauci,thedirector of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases who predicted as many as 200,000 Americans could die from the coronavirus, people all across the country are not seriously embracing the call for self quarantines and social distancing.LATEST CORONAVIRUS UPDATES FROM NJ.COMThat prompted Califor... (more…)
‘Leaders don’t whine’: Republicans beg Trump to quit risking re-election by attacking Michigan’s governor
President Donald Trump's allies are begging him to stop feuding with the Democratic governor of Michigan -- a state he needs to win re-election.
Trump won the state by just 11,000 votes in 2016, but he's risking his chances in November by picking a fight with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer over his response to the coronavirus pandemic, and his allies know it, reported the Associated Press.
“Everyone should be shedding the partisanship and coming together,” said Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, who lives in Michigan. “I think she’s done good things. ... I just didn't like her trying to lay every problem at the president’s feet.”
Trump knocks down the reopening of Obamacare exchanges for uninsured Americans during pandemic
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that he would not reopen so-called Obamacare exchanges to allow uninsured Americans to purchase insurance during the ongoing pandemic.
Last week, Trump seemed open to the idea, noting: “It’s something we're talking to a lot of people about.”
But NBC News reported on Wednesday that the president had decided against the move. It was not immediately clear if the Trump administration will take action specifically to help uninsured Americans as they face the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Open enrollment typically runs from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15 in the 38 states that use the federal exchange, healthcare.gov," CNN reported.