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Funny story: Sleepy Joe The Great: President Of The Holy Roiling Empire

Sleepy Joe The Great: President Of The Holy Roiling Empire

BILLINGSGATE POST: Not since Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne as Imperator Augustus on December 25, 800 has a man been so deified by the masses. Sleepy Joe the Great is in step to follow Charles the Great, who ruled the Holy Roman Empire until he die…

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Funny story: President Trump's Bone Spurs Are Clearly Getting Worse

President Trump's Bone Spurs Are Clearly Getting Worse

WASHINGTON, D.C. – (Satire News) - Everyone knows that the president avoided having to go to Vietnam by falsely claiming that he had bone spurs, which, as everyone knows, was a totally fabricated lie. But, as the saying goes, be careful what you w…

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Funny story: NYT: “Biden’s Nose Better Able To Sniff Out Virus.”

NYT: “Biden’s Nose Better Able To Sniff Out Virus.”

BILLINGSGATE POST: A recent national poll taken by the NYT revealed that 90 percent of those responding said that Joe Biden was better equipped to sniff out the Coronavirus. In the semi-blind test, which was conducted by the Times, individuals we…

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Funny story: Did The New York Times Plagiarize Dr. Billingsgate?

Did The New York Times Plagiarize Dr. Billingsgate?

BILLINGSGATE POST: Did the New York Times pick up and run with this story, falsely attributing it to President Trump instead of Dr. Billingsgate? You decide. New York Times By Michael D. Shear and Julie Hirschfeld Davis Oct. 1, 2019 Quo...

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Funny story: I Am Anonymous 2

I Am Anonymous 2

ONLY IN AMERICA - Last Wednesday I submitted an article "I Am Anonymous" to The Spoof. My source, of course, Anonymous. In Anonymous' own words it was described how Anonymous is the most influential person on the planet! In the article, Anonymous als...

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Funny story: I Am Anonymous

I Am Anonymous

I Am Anonymous. The most influential person on the planet! Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. I am ubiquitous and omnipresent. I am all-seeing, all-knowing, pre-eminent. There is no topic that I don't know something about, or not willing to be quoted on. I can start wars, topple governments, and bring down presidents. My w...

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Funny story: New York Times runs interview with anonymous op-ed author wearing mask in dark underground cellar

New York Times runs interview with anonymous op-ed author wearing mask in dark underground cellar

Hard on the heels of Bob Woodward’s book Fear in the White House, the nation has once again been startled by insider views attacking the Trump administration. Echoing Woodward’s charges of incompetence, an anonymous op-ed appeared yesterday in The...

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Funny story: Anonymous NYTimes Anti-Trump Op-Ed Writer's Name Revealed

Anonymous NYTimes Anti-Trump Op-Ed Writer's Name Revealed

Felipe X. Martinez, curator of the ground floor toilets in the president's residential section of the White House, grudgingly admitted to Spoof that he authored the earth-shaking NY Times anti-Trump op-ed that rocked the nation Wednesday afternoon an...

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Funny story: Google News Wins Pulitzer Prize

Google News Wins Pulitzer Prize

New York, NY - The Pulitzer Prize Board has awarded the Pulitzer in news writing to Google News. The Board praised Google News for its excellent achievement in writing. "We are so pleased that the Pulitzer Board appreciates our format. We cons...

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Funny story: New York Times invents new flying machine

New York Times invents new flying machine

New York, NY - The failing New York Times, in a drastic effort to save itself, has invented a new flying machine. Dubbed "The Cannard", the new machine has been problematic. Our secret source at the embattled NYT reveals the following about the pr...

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Funny story: New Board Game called "BANKER" Sweeping the World

New Board Game called "BANKER" Sweeping the World

The object of the game is to fleece as many people as possible in the shortest possible time, build a dynasty and get to die in your bed before you are assassinated. Although you may be responsible for thousands if not millions of deaths you cannot personally kill anybody. If your dice throws run against you whereupon you must kill your adversary by your own hand you lose the game. "Lifetime Po...

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Funny story: NY Times' Dowd Attacks Cheney Heart Donor

NY Times' Dowd Attacks Cheney Heart Donor

While the rest of the US media is engaged in a vigorous debate about Obamacare and whether President Obama lied to the American people or merely fibbed, obfuscated, misdirected, hiccoughed, glitched or used the word "period," when he meant instead to...

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Funny story: Elmo Releases Statement on Sex Allegations

Elmo Releases Statement on Sex Allegations

The latest Sesame Street rumor is that Elmo, the immensely popular red puppet, will retire after allegations of at least two sexual relationships with underage boys. Elmo has agreed to release a rare public statement to The Spoof. His defense of...

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Funny story: NYT publishes KKK cartoon, riots erupt in eleven southern states

NYT publishes KKK cartoon, riots erupt in eleven southern states

Riots erupted in eleven southern states today after The New York Times published a derisive cartoon linking the GOP and The Tea Party to the Klu Klux Klan. The cartoon showed three Klan members in white sheets and was labeled Larry, Curley, and Moe.

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Funny story: Curse of Wapping strikes again as NOTW whistleblower Sean Hoare found dead

Curse of Wapping strikes again as NOTW whistleblower Sean Hoare found dead

London - The search for the illusive 'smoking gun' in the NewsCorpse hacking scandal took a macabre twist today. Ex-NOTW writer Sean Hoare - who first fingered Andy Coulson in a New York Times hacking expose - was found dead at his home in Watford...

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Funny story: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's Anti-Union Bill Hits NY Times Best Seller List

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's Anti-Union Bill Hits NY Times Best Seller List

After a Wisconsin District Judge specifically ruled that Gov. Scott Walker's Anti-Union Bill could not be published, Scott Walker went ahead and published it anyway. Doing so has garnered the bill some much-needed publicity. In fact, so much so that...

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Funny story: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Asked to Pick up Bread; Circles Block 500 Times

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Asked to Pick up Bread; Circles Block 500 Times

MEMPHIS-- NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., son of a dead NASCAR driver of a similar name, ended up circling the block of his home 500 times after he was asked by his wife to pick up a loaf of bread. "All I said to him was, 'Dale, could you...

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