Yesterday it was discovered that a fake news edition of The Washington Post had been printed and was being distributed around the city. Today the Media Research Center discovered that now a second fake news edition of the Post is being distributed all over the city:
Some of the unbelievably overdone headlines:
-- Pelosi ups shutdown pressure on Trump: Request to delay State of the Union part of Speaker's ongoing power play.
-- Ocasio-Cortez tweets her disdain for persistent conservative criticism: Even some Republicans are protesting snipes at her clothing, intellect.
-- Gillibrand seeks to define herself as she starts campaign: Democratic senator is immediately asked about being "likable."
-- Lifting student aid ban for inmates could boost economies, study says: Prisoners have been prevented from using Pell grants since 1994.
-- At hearing, Trump's EPA nominee vows to advance a deregulatory agenda: Appearance comes as shutdown limits some of agency's basic functions.
-- Mueller again focus of Barr hearings: Pick for attorney general must commit to releasing report, Democrats say.
Ooops. Sorry. Those ARE actual print headlines of The Washington Post on Thursday.