President Congratulates Self On SUPER BOWL Win!
FAKE NEWS TIME previously broke the story that Trump had demanded that China relinquish naming rights to “SUPER BOWL LI” — based on Trump’s accusations that an unknown “LI” family bought the naming rights, using funds supplied by the Chinese government. FAKE NEWS TIME also broke big follow-up stories — all of which can be seen at the bottom of this posting. Now, the big game is finally over — and, in its exclusive wrap-up coverage, FAKE NEWS TIME brings you the post-game headlines:
When all was said and done, the Rust-Belt-born Quarterback (Matt) Ryan lost on the big stage (as a player on the Falcons in the Super Bowl), just like the Rust-Belt-born Politician (Paul) Ryan lost on the big stage (as the VP nominee on the Romney ticket). And so, in the end, the “LI” family from China (who allegedly bought name rights to “SUPER BOWL LI”) was forgotten — along with many other plotlines. It was just a hyped-up national contest, in which one side got a big lead and then — well, you know the rest….
Here are the previous editions of FAKE NEWS TIME, with exclusive reporting:
“PART V” of the story (from Feb. 5 newspaper):
(Judging from those Super Bowl Sunday headlines, it seems that Trump ultimately backed away from prior efforts — reported in the Jan. 29 edition of FAKE NEWS TIME — to ban Brady from the game! Also, in the FAKE NEWS TIME GAME DAY edition story, it seems that the President is mispronouncing the Chinese word “yuan”!)
“PART IV” of the story (from Jan. 29 newspaper):
“PART III” of the story (from Jan. 27 newspaper):
“PART II” of the story (from Jan. 25 newspaper):
SPECIAL ONLINE REAL NEWS FEATURE (Jan. 25 edition): Although Donald Trump has never really owned a football team that set attendance records, he did actually own a football team named the “New Jersey Generals.” As a special feature – for FAKE NEWS TIME’s online readers – CLICK HERE for a real magazine’s interesting retrospective article concerning Trump’s ownership of the New Jersey Generals, in the USFL (a football league which was a rival to the NFL). As set forth in the magazine article, Trump bought the Generals after their 1983 season, and the USFL went out of business after two more seasons (i.e., the 1986 season was never played).
“PART I” of the story (from Jan. 23 newspaper):
Full front page (Click on the upper right corner to pop-out the newspaper into a larger viewing window):
SPECIAL ONLINE REAL NEWS FEATURE (Jan. 23 edition): Although “Trump” has not yet officially appeared in the name of a Super Bowl game, the name has appeared on some other notable business ventures that are referenced in FAKE NEWS TIME’s (January 23) full-length newspaper. As a special feature – for FAKE NEWS TIME’s online readers – CLICK HERE for a real news article, which lists some of those “Trump” business ventures.