HOLLYWOOD - The U.S. premiere date for Michael Moore's controversial Bush documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, has been announced as June 25 and Moore's security service today denied the adoption of a U.S. Secret Service policy that will keep protesters out of Moore's sight during premiere festivities.
"We never allow the president to see any dissident behavior," said a source claiming to be a Secret Service agent working in conjunction with Moore's staff. "Like G.W., Moore wears his heart on his sleeve and he is a bigger, fatter weenie than the president."
A spokesperson for the ACLU, who has filed a similar suit against the Secret Service for 1st amendment violations, told The Spoof, "Even if this rumor proves to be true, we have no plans to bring charges against Moore because we'd never run the risk of him doing a documentary about us."
Moore's security service strongly denies that construction has begun on an area designated for Fahrenheit 9/11 protesters and they continue to express bafflement at why so many rumors surround the film.
"Mike doesn't give a rat's a** if people disagree with him," said a source close to the star. "You'd think that was obvious enough by now."
Winner of the coveted Palm d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, Fahrenheit 9/11 may prove to be the most influential presidential exposé to date.