Friday, July 28, 2017

Man Buys FakeNews.com And Redirects It To FoxNews.com

In what has been described as a “Dick move” by Fox President Roger Ailes a man from Boston has bought fakenews.com and directed all of its traffic directly to the Fox News web site.

By Steven Cron, in Entertainment Science & Technology on . Tagged width: , , , , ,

Boston resident Gerrald Yorke responded:

“I’ll be the first to admit it was a dick move. I don’t really care what the Fox President thinks and besides, I didn’t vote for him”

Roger Ailes said “Not all press is good press, some press is bad press, like this”

Mr Ailes talked to Bluffington today:

I’m extremely disappointed that FakeNews.com is redirecting to our web site. At Fox News we pride ourselves on providing unprejudiced and unbiased news to our audience of open-minded citizens.

To suggest that Fox news is anything but credible, ethical and trustworthy is an absolute outrage. And I’d like to add that I haven’t sexually harassed any women at the station.

The jubilant prankster Mr Yorke reportedly paid an undisclosed six figure sum for the domain and insists he was “Just having a laugh”.

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