Folks, the vicious feud between President Trump and the fake news media has finally come to an end. After prolonged secret negotiations brokered by the Dalai Lama and international disarmament expert Claire Wardle the various warring factions have decided to burry the hatchet: Donald Trump, George Soros, the Illuminati, the owers of Comet Ping Pong Pizza, Alex Jones, Twitter, Facebook, the vast Right-Wing Conspiracy, CNN, the union of paid liberal trolls, NASA's chemtrail division, Cambridge Analytica, Snopes and even the Social Justice Warriors of America...
All of them were present this morning at a secret treaty signing ceremony held in the basement of the White House. The parties all agreed to cease hostilities and to treat each other with respect and dignity from now on, using only reasoned arguments and completely banning the use of alternative facts on the information battlefield.
To celebrate the signing of the treaty InfoWars host Alex Jones announced a rebranding to "InfoPeace" and he used the opportunity to promote his new food supplement "PeaceForce+" which is now available for just $29,99 in the InfoPeace webstore.
Yeah, no, that didn't really happen as you probably guessed by now.
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