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    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The White House held a press conference this morning to combat the wide spread misinformation of information.

    Addressing a room full of reporters Jen Psaki made this statement regarding the widespread plague of misinformation. “We are living in a pandemic era that has seen a rise in misinformation that is of greater harm than anything else on this planet.”

    Psaki further explained that the White House will no longer tolerate any opinions or ideas that they deem to not align with their agenda. “If the President doesn’t agree with what is being said then he will take action to make sure that the proper censorship is put in place and therefore ensuring the correct information is out there.”

    When questioned about the reliability of what celebrities post of social media, Psaki responded by stating, “I must make the public aware of one fact — celebrities are to be trusted at all times. Celebrities have a certain knowledge about everything, especially politics, it is just they way they were born, it is in their genetic makeup and because of that it is impossible for them to spread misinformation. Someone who has obtained celebrity status by whatever means has a global responsibility to use their platform to usher informative information that in no way adheres to their own political bias. I can honestly say that I have never seen anything but the unbiased truth from any celebrity. I mean take our friend Lebron James here. He has always provided the most accurate news information out there. After he retires from Basketball he could very well take my job.”

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