Nationalreport.net is a fake news, hoax-spreading site.
In the 2013 Christmas season, one of their "War On Christmas" hoaxes barged on the scene. The tabloid/fake news site claimed that a nine-year-old boy named Timothy Dawson was suspended from Anon Elementary School in San Francisco California (Anon, really?) for wishing atheist teacher Paul Horner a Merry Christmas.
No, there is no such school. Even the name should be a dead giveaway.
Even one of NationalReport's own articles claiming that holiday spending has decreased because families really are expecting gifts from Santa should clinch it for you as evidence of that site being one great big pile of steaming, stinking malarkey.
Nationalreport.net had a field day with this "War On Christmas" crap as has DailyCurrant, Theonion etc.
Some of their headlines and stories:
War on Christmas:liberals mock Jesus with memes Alabama School – `Jesus Not Welcome at Christmas`; Common Core to Blame War on Christmas:Salvation Army Volunteer Attacked Atlanta Teacher Replaces Christmas Play Christmas Play Off, Muslim Play On Student`s Christmas Ruined After Atheist Teacher Proclaims `Santa Isn`t Real`
This stupid fake news article with photocrapped images says that liberals are mocking Christ with memes. Probably trying to mock Christians and entice people to be interested in the article with naughty imagery all at once.
It has been removed, but not before I mangled it.
💩Meme: War on Christmas:liberals mock jesus with memes
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Nice try at mocking Christians twice over with this page. Once, for those who would just see this crud and frantically forward it. Twice over in an attempt at invalidating any observation of liberals 1 mocking Jesus or Christians and 2 perpetuating memes by having this thing appear on a faux news site.
Your article is faux news, but liberal anti-theists do love to mock Jesus, and liberals do start and spread memes.
💩Meme: The Xenu Report: THE WAR ON CHRISTMAS
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: For anyone who does not know what Xenu is, it is not a news service, neither for real or fake news. Xenu is a web program for detecting broken links.
💩Meme: I’ve been reporting on the liberal War On Christmas,
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: You've been fabricating stories. That's what is done at NationalReport.net. And of course, thanks to this "War On Christmas" thing and all the memes it has generated,, you people sure get a big bang out of seeing how many of your dumb "War On Christmas" hoaxes will get believed by the easily panicked/outraged, all for your amusement. *Scowl*
More examples of your annoying stupidity:
War on Christmas:liberals mock jesus with memes Alabama School – `Jesus Not Welcome at Christmas`; Common Core to Blame War on Christmas:Salvation Army Volunteer Attacked Atlanta Teacher Replaces Christmas Play Christmas Play Off, Muslim Play On Student`s Christmas Ruined After Atheist Teacher Proclaims `Santa Isn`t Real`
💩Meme: and now as we near the date of the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: *Dark glare* Aaaaaaaagh! You wrote *that* in a fake news article, on a spoof site! That's where the real mocking of Christians and Jesus comes in! You actually - *Facepalm headdesk* By doing that, you have tried your best to make sure Christians just can't win any argument and will eventually bow down and either have to admit they were fooled by your fake story since it was from a spoof site, or else say that since you invoked "Our Savior" as if you actually believed, but on a spoof site, that any Christian might have to say that Jesus really must be a hoax since you promoted him on a spoof site.
I'm doing neither!
Your story is a hoax. Jesus is not. If you wrote "2+2=4" on a faux news site, that doesn't make the spoof site any more honest, or make the equation false. Apply this logic to Jesus as well.
💩Meme: Liberal with memes.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Huh? You sort of lost your train of thought, I think. Yes, liberals do spread memes, like it or not, you can't invalidate that statement either by putting it into a spoof news article.
💩Meme: I have to warn you, Many of the following images are rude, crude and offensive.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Yes I'm sure they are. *Rolling eyes* But they all hail from your own site… Shouldn't you be out Christmas shopping or something?
💩Meme: These are the types of people that we are dealing with.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: No, DUH! You should know since you apparently are among them, so the use of "we" is not only deceptive but erroneous as well.
I didn't include your 17 lousy images.
So, bah humbug and boo-hiss on you!
too bad you gotta go so soon, just try not to let the door hit your hoaxing *SLAM!*
Over and out!
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