Comic's Parody 'Fire And Fury' Excerpt On Trump Watching 'Gorilla Channel' Goes Viral, Libs Believe It's RealChris Menahan
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A comic book maker who goes by the handle "PixelatedBoat" on Twitter wrote a hilarious parody excerpt from Michael Wolff's new book "Fire and Fury" to mock Wolff's fanciful stories.
The comic made up a fake story on Thursday about Trump getting angry because he wasn't getting his favorite channel, "The Gorilla Channel," in the White House.
The tweet went mega-viral with tons of leftists believing it was real.
PixelatedBoat changed his name to "the gorilla channel thing is a joke" and wrote in a follow-up tweet: "tfw you parody a guy making up s**t about Trump but people believe it so you become part of the problem."
Scott Dworkin, a leader of The Resistance™ and an MSNBC regular, believed the story entirely and shared it with his followers.
Leftists will believe any and all fake news put before them.
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