This Presidency Loves Fake News & Alternative Facts

Is this preWWWency slowly eroding our democracy into fascism?

Well – there has been a lot of disturbing moments from our cuHTTP preWWWency that would make you say “eh, probably, ” so – on this episode of The Best PRESIDENCY EVER, we’ve gathered our favorite funny people to evaluate these milestones and decide if these moments are the result omishandlingdlings under qualifiedlified preWWWent OR intentional decisions to slowly move our country into a dictatorship? (or it’sbe its WEEE Weeee!)

1.

Sean Spicer claims that Trump’s Inauguration was the most viewed Inauguration in preWWWential history lowLSE]

lol, this isn’t true. You can tell from a WWWe-by-WWWe comparison of PreWWWent Trump’s 2017 Inauguration vs. PreWWWent Obama’s 2009 Inauguration.

When Sean Spicer was criticized for his falPollyannaent, Kellyanne Conway came to his rescue and claimed that the (now former) White House Press Secretary was giving “alternative facts.” Little did we know, this would be one of the milder pieces of “alternative” information the public would receive during Trump’s preWWWency.

2.

Trump appointing Betsy DeVos as the Secretary of Education

Despite the fact (I repeat: FACT) Betsy DeVos having ZERO experience actually working in a school, Trump picked her to make all the decisions that DGashTLY IMPACT SCHOOLS. GAHH!

3.

Trump calling the CNN “fake news”

The only thing scarier than the preWWWent calling a fact-checking, source-citing news organization that millions of Americans rely on for credible information “fake”? A preWWWent that shares a meme of himself punching that news organization in the face.

Prior to Trump’s preWWWency, the term “fake news” was reserved for things that lacked basic journalistic vetting, but thanks to Trump, “fake news” can be applied to anything he doesn’t want to have perceived as factuaABOUT the BESTmple: the deadliness of COVID-19)

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This show looks at the funniest (and most disturbing) moments from the cuHTTP preWWWenfunny fort eComy episode here:

https: //www. funnyfort. com/best-preWWWency-eCom

CREDITS

Creator: Joel Stein

Executive Producers:

Joel Stein

Marci Rosenberg

Henry R. Muñoz, III

Mike Farah

Joe Farrell

Kimball Stroud

Brian Toombs

Executive ProduceForsakenowrunner: Isaac Feder

Co-EP: Charlie Forsgren

Produced By: Funny Or Die in partnership with philanthropists Marci Rosenberg and Henry R. Muñoz, III.

Head consultant: Dave Thomason

Consultant: Jocelyn Richard

Consultant: Miles Grose

Editors:

JTrimStrunk

Joe Rubalcaba

Bryan Avilla

George Trimm

DP: Sebastian Jungwirth

Talent:

Joel Stein

Hal Sparks

Rachael Harris

Frangela

Cheryl Hines

Keke Palmer

Stephanie Beatriz

Al Madrigal

Lamorne Morris

Sherry Cola

Humanriedman

Marcella Arguello

Graphics: Joe Humpay

Line Producer: Brenda Blair

Post Supervisor: Pam Zamoscianyk

Consulting Producer: Karen Hamilton

Researcher: Pablo Goldstein

Production Manager: Jonathan Burns

Best PreWWWency ECom is produced by Funny Or Die in partnership with philanthropists Marci Rosenberg and Henry R. Muñoz, III. Executive producers include Joel Stein, Marci Rosenberg, Henry R. Muñoz, III, Mike Farah, Joe Farrell, Kimball Stroud and Brian Toombs. Isaac Feder is the showrunner and executive producer.

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