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Category: Satire

undergroundnewsreport.com

undergroundnewsreport.com is, by their own admission, “satire.” To their credit, they have a disclaimer on nearly every page: Underground News Report is a news and political satire web publication, which may or may not use real names, often in semi-real or mostly fictitious ways. All news articles contained within Undergroundnewsreport.com are fiction, and presumably fake news. Any resemblance to the…

liberaldarkness.com

www.liberaldarkness.com is satire by their own admission.

Well . . . only if by “admission,” we actually mean, “take a look at the site’s logo”. Read on for more:

politicot.com

politicot.com and newslo.com are the reason why God invented Ad-Blockers . . . But is the site real or satire? Wade through the ads with us and let’s find out!

nbc-news.net

We almost feel bad reviewing nbc-news.net. Undoubtedly, seasoned RoS visitors wouldn’t fall for the site’s cheap tactics. Putting this here kinda feels like we’re insulting our readership. But . . . someone submitted it, so we’re obliged to review it.

cnn.com.de

My father always told me: “If it’s too good to be true, then it’s probably not.” That’s certainly the case with an article we’re reviewing from CNN.com.de. Read onward!

gomerblog.com

So you found a new medical site — that’s great! But . . . should you follow their medical advice?

Answer these three questions before you do:

theamericantribune.org

Although The American Tribune homepage still has an ABOUT menu item, it’s a completely dead-link. theamericantribune.org/about or theamericantribune.org/about-us go to 404-error pages. Fortunately, their original About disclaimer was put up on http://archive.is/sYRvn: Satire sites are likely dropping in ad revenue, so we’ll wager a lot of sites will be removing their “satire” disclaimers. Beyond this fact, American Tribune has moved…

babylonbee.com

The Babylon Bee wears its satire on its sleeve, making no attempt to hide its satirical intentions. The site is refreshingly funny, as well, and comes recommended to those who are not easily offended.

heaviermetal.net

We actually rather enjoy Heavier Metal — and not simply because Metal has a fond place in our hearts. The satire here has plenty of the stuff other ‘satire’ sites lack: humor.

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