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Jan. 6 Committee Claims It Can Place Trump in Dallas On the Grassy Knoll

Trump at the Grassy Knoll

WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 6th Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson announced he had “Bombshell” testimony proving President Trump was on the Grassy Knoll in Dallas on the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.

“Trump was there,” agreed Rep. Adam Schiff. “Trump killed Kennedy.”

Schiff showed a video of a woman testifying, with a man’s voice dubbed in saying, “Someone told me Trump shot Kennedy.”

He also produced a black and white photo of the Knoll where one person had an orange face.

“That’s as conclusive as it could be,” Schiff concluded.

“I agree with all that,” said Rep. Liz Chene. “And you have to trust me, because I’m a Republican.”

“Numerous other witnesses corroborated this, and there’s also lots of other evidence.”

“Except those witnesses are anonymous, and we can’t show you the evidence.”

Critics point out that in November of 1963, Trump was enrolled in the New York Military Academy in Cornwall, New York. Faculty members and numerous students place him in class at the time of the assassination, 1385 miles away from Dallas.

When asked if the committee interviewed any of these exculpatory witnesses, Schiff replied, “We don’t need any defense witnesses. We also don’t need to cross-examine witnesses, or submit evidence for any independent expert analysis.”

“That just would detract from our truth that Trump is guilty.”

Schiff then claimed Trump was also on the Titanic, at Ford’s Theater, and lurking around Mrs. O’Leary’s shed.

- The Satirized Evening Post
July 26, 2022

The History of Satire and Parody:

The Oxford dictionary defines satire as "the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues."

Satire, it is said, has existed at every place and time where there has been government, religion, or any type of social structure. Researchers have found examples of satire in texts from as far back as ancient Egypt and ancient Greece.

Parody is a form of satire which is (as the Oxford dictionary defines it) "an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect."

Parody is considered such an important form of free speech that US Copyright laws have a specific "fair use" exemption for parody.
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