DATELINE: When 35% is a Majority
According to Foxy News, 35% of viewers know their bastion of fair and balanced news is fake most of the time.
“Oh, let’s call a spade a spade,” is the motto of 35% of Foxy Americans when it comes down to racial epithets.
35% of Americans seem to think nuclear obliteration is a viable option.
35% of Americans agree that they learned nothing in school and don’t believe their teachers knew much anyhow.
35% of Americans think experts are overrated.
35% of Americans believe anything they read on the Internet.
35% of Americans think hurricanes are God’s punishment for opposing Donald Trump.
35% of Americans want to have another Civil War with East and West Coast against the Middle to have better balance.
35% of Americans think the US Constitution sank during the War of 1812—and it just doesn’t hold up in the 21st century court system.
35% of Americans think satire is evil.
35% of Americans believe Donald Trump is as sane as they are.
35% of Americans, more or less, believe rational behavior is not normal.
Around 35% of Americans believe “white supremacist” is a kind of Cool Whip topping.
35% of Americans think the word “immigration” means birds fly south for the winter because of global warming.
35% of Americans believe “lethal injection” is covered under pre-existing conditions in Obamacare.
35% of Americans think black flies matter during the summer when you go camping.
35% of Americans believe sexual harassment is as American as apple pie and baseball.
35% of Americans firmly believe “morons” should have unlimited access to the Oval Office.
35% of Americans believe the President has the right to shoot people in the street, regardless of national origin or race, but mostly because of national origin and race.
35% of Americans believe you can kneel during the National Anthem while in church.
35% of your fellow citizens believe shutting off TV news is the only way to deal with fake news.
35% of Americans think missppelling and ‘grammer misstakes are covered, under freedom of speech:
35% of Americans think polls are polarizing and should be banned from media reports.
The preceding blog is often called satire, but is usually misunderstood by readers who believe 35% of smartphones know too much.