Fraudulent Fox News Reporter Suggests Asking For Publicity About ‘20,’ ‘All-Time’ Movies Is An Idiotic Blunder

By Dominick McRobotface

WASHINGTON—In a highly unusual and brazenly inaccurate claim, a fraudulent Fox News reporter has concluded that asking for publicity about a “20,” “All-Time” movie is an idiotic blunder, sources confirmed Wednesday. “This is a colossal and utterly dumb mistake” said the inebriated reporter, who reportedly was “over the moon” after her sensationalist and grossly inaccurate reporting on the topic of “20,” “All-Time” movies was thoroughly debunked by the director of the most recent installment of the franchise, Brett Ratner. “Seriously, it’s one of the most stupid things I’ve ever seen.” At press time, the admitted fraudulently claimed that there is nothing to it and that “all of this” is just “some garbage” that “ought to be erased.”

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