Libs would be fine with it and I wouldn't be surprised if some of them actually did it.

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Omar offers condolences to friends and family of ‘austere scholar’ al-Baghdadi

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the reclusive leader of the world’s most austere religious movement, was killed during a daring nighttime raid by U.S. Special Operations soldiers in northwestern Syria.

US Rep. Ilhan Omar released a statement offering her condolences to the friends and family of the deceased religious leader.

“It is with a heavy heart that I offer my thoughts and prayers to the friends and family of such a remarkable man—the austere religious scholar, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,” Omar said. “I probably would’ve married him if we were more closely related.”

 

This fictional article’s inclusion of the phrase “austere scholar” is referencing an errant obituary headline that briefly appeared on WashingtonPost.com after al-Baghdadi’s death. 

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his item was not a factual recounting of real-life events. The article originated with a website that describes its output as being humorous or satirical in nature, as follows:

We strive to provide the most up-to-date, accurate fake news on the Internet. Our team of journalists, hacks, and starving writers only want one thing: to make you laugh and/or cry.

Kenneth Copeland says it is OK to lie.

WELL posted:

his item was not a factual recounting of real-life events. The article originated with a website that describes its output as being humorous or satirical in nature, as follows:

We strive to provide the most up-to-date, accurate fake news on the Internet. Our team of journalists, hacks, and starving writers only want one thing: to make you laugh and/or cry.

Kenneth Copeland says it is OK to lie.

Well duh! Do you think maybe the disclaimer she posted along with it gave it away?! Do you even know what fictional means?

Fiction is not fact because the narrative or descriptive content comes from imagination. Is it real? ... — Fiction doesn't pretend to be anything more than imagination, so strictly speaking it isn't fake. But more down to earth, fiction essentially means made-up 

This fictional article’s inclusion of the phrase “austere scholar” is referencing an errant obituary headline that briefly appeared on WashingtonPost.com after al-Baghdadi’s death. 

See there Bubba...they told you it was made up going in.

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Oh no jutu don't get me wrong. I hope that in no way anyone would think I advocate that misrepresenting the truth was off limits.

If you want to pretend she/we didn't know it was fictional...even with the disclaimer clearly on the post...have at it. I won't play games with you. It's been too nice in here without your nonsense. So...bye.

giftedamateur posted:

Libs would be fine with it and I wouldn't be surprised if some of them actually did it.

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Omar offers condolences to friends and family of ‘austere scholar’ al-Baghdadi

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the reclusive leader of the world’s most austere religious movement, was killed during a daring nighttime raid by U.S. Special Operations soldiers in northwestern Syria.

US Rep. Ilhan Omar released a statement offering her condolences to the friends and family of the deceased religious leader.

“It is with a heavy heart that I offer my thoughts and prayers to the friends and family of such a remarkable man—the austere religious scholar, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,” Omar said. “I probably would’ve married him if we were more closely related.”

 

This fictional article’s inclusion of the phrase “austere scholar” is referencing an errant obituary headline that briefly appeared on WashingtonPost.com after al-Baghdadi’s death. 

Good job.

WELL posted:

his item was not a factual recounting of real-life events. The article originated with a website that describes its output as being humorous or satirical in nature, as follows:

We strive to provide the most up-to-date, accurate fake news on the Internet. Our team of journalists, hacks, and starving writers only want one thing: to make you laugh and/or cry.

Kenneth Copeland says it is OK to lie.

Seriously? You tried that again? Maybe it's time for stronger "warnings" aka idiot instructions.

This fictional article’s inclusion of the phrase “austere scholar” is referencing an errant obituary headline that briefly appeared on WashingtonPost.com after al-Baghdadi’s death. 

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