From The Spoof's secret HQ, somewhere in Cyberland. For the second time in a fortnight, agents of the Russian Intelligence Corps have disabled The Spoof's website, preventing the online news agency's millions of readers from obtaining their daily dose of fake news, raunchy humor and overly subtle satire.
While the culprits have not positively been identified, the tactics used were similar to those involved in hacking the Hillary Clinton email and the Democratic party's files prior to the 2016 election.
The Spoof believes that representatives of The Trump Organization known as The Trump Trumpeteers, a group of well-to-do young, loud-mouthed women who audibly denounce opponents of the president at public meetings, colluded with their Russian counterparts to crash the website.
The Trumpeteers have been upset by what they claim is a disproportionate amount of anti-Trump news items that regularly appear in The Spoof. The editors respond that they would welcome witty, humorous, well-written contributions from the Trumpeteers, but doubt that any will be forthcoming.