The Babylon Bee is a conservative satirical website that pokes fun at Democrats and liberals. "You're the boss. You're not, like, the uncle of a insane person who can retweet anything". Why is Twitter doing this.
"Sleepy Joe Biden had an extremely bad displaying last night, in spite of the fact that @GStephanopoulos did not ask him some questions about his being "corrupt politician" Enormous Tech & Lamestream Media are working hard to hide this corruption!"
The Babylon Bee was created ex nihilo on the eighth day of the creation week, exactly 6,000 years ago.
The Babylon Bee posting ridiculous stories mocking actual news is not something out of the ordinary, but Trump seemingly retweeted the story in all seriousness, although it was not clear if he had actually read the article.
The website's chief executive officer Seth Dillon offered his own lighthearted take soon after attracting Mr Trump's attention, proudly declaring: "The Babylon Bee is the president's most trusted news source".
The president shared a story from the Babylon Bee that said Twitter shut down its "entire network" to slow the spread of a controversial story from the New York Post about Hunter Biden, former Vice President Joe Biden's son.
"After his much-anticipated Fake News Awards, President Donald Trump confirmed on Friday that while most news sources are "dead wrong", there is one he trusts more than anyone else - The Babylon bee " Bragged it. The article falsely accuses Twitter of shutting down any negative comments about Joe Biden.
Trump was tricked and the treat was believing fake news himself.
Fresh from his town hall event with MSNBC opposite of his rival Biden's town hall on ABC News, Trump fired his usual early morning tweets making claims of a "red wave" of votes in his favor in the final stretches of the presidential campaign.
Only this week, he shared a freakish claim originating from the emergent QAnon movement that Mr Biden was involved in a conspiracy to fake the death of Osama bin Laden in 2011. The president explained he just "puts things out there and people can decide for themselves". "I would not be able to spread the word", Mr Trump argued. "Now, why would you send a lie like that to your followers?" moderator Savannah Guthrie asked him. "You're the president. You're not like someone's insane uncle who just retweets whatever".