Find A Lawyer
Find A Lawyer Counter


The Post-Times-Sun-Dispatch or PTSD is a newsource of serious political satire. Don't let a day go by without PTSD.

Monday, January 09, 2012


by R J Shulman

NEW YORK – (PTSD News Service) – Fox News Senior Fact Checker Lance Fenster was relieved of his duties after he researched facts and changed a news report to say that President Obama has a better record of creating jobs than George W. Bush.  The original story that was submitted, had said just the opposite.  “I could barely believe my ears when Bret Baier told the truth about Obama’s superior record,” said Fox News producer Richard Lasher, “I snapped off his mike switch as quickly as I could, but the damage was done.  Fortunately, we got it stopped before it could hit the west coast.”

“You wouldn’t believe the negative calls we got pouring into our network as soon as that story went out,” said Fox News President, Roger Ailes who personally escorted Fenster out of the Fox News Center building and threw him in the direction of an oncoming cross town bus, “Death threats, outrage, people rending their clothing over the phone, and at least a half-dozen suicides from loyal watchers who could not handle hearing that Obama did anything better than Bush.”

This was not the first time Fenster hit the Fox firing line for telling the truth by mistake.  Back in May 2011, Fenster allowed a piece of copy go to a Fox anchor that said the Obama administration was responsible for the killing of Osama Bin Laden instead of giving the credit to the Bush administration.  “Fortunately, we caught that one in time,” Ailes said, “but this new error by Fenster is unforgivable.”

Fenster, who is hiding at an unknown location along with Salman Rushdie and Steve Bartman, the fan who interfered with a foul ball in the 2003 playoff series causing the Cubs to miss the World Series, said the mistake was due to his severe dyslexia. “Those people at Fox should thank Dog they don’t have to twist facts and spin lies with my condition.”


Post a Comment

<< Home