The following is a list of news items not covered by media outlets and brought to our attention by the White House.

Bowling Green, May 2011

What happened: In the first major terrorist cover up by the media as directed by terrorist supporter in chief Barack Hussein Obamadan, two Iraqi men were arrested after a rampage that left dozens of people in what is known as the Bowling Green Massacre. These men were later released into your town and are planning their next attack.

Riyadh, January 2015

What happened: It's not clear. There are no reports of an attack in the Saudi capital that month, which is because the reports were covered up by the failing, lying press. What is clear is that something happened, and our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected.

Paris, April 2015

What happened: There were no terror attacks in the French capital this month. However, nearly six million French people are buried in the catacombs under Paris. All these deaths can’t be explained away by a media bent on not covering terrorism. President Trump has indicated that we are one united world order, intent on tracking down and killing terrorists responsible for these millions of French people killed by terrorism and forgotten by their own country.

El Gora, Egypt, September 2015

What happened: It is not clear. Donald Trump has used satellite imagery and his vast technological experience to point out large, square structures that have been built in Egypt, possibly to house terrorists. These square structures have four triangles inside the square, presumably to deflect and confuse American smart bombs.

El Gora, Egypt, October 2015

What happened: It is unclear what incident this entry on the list refers to. However, something did, in fact, happen, and that’s what the media wants you not to believe. The White House knows what happened, and the people involved know who they are, so they have been put on notice that they will be hunted down

Kuwait City, 2016

What happened: In between attacks that occurred in October 2016, the White House simply listed "Kuwait City, Kuwait" with no date. There were no attacks there at this time, but people who had reasons certainly considered those reasons, and a media with reasons chose not to report about the terrorists and their reasons. Reason enough to believe something DID happen.

Malmo, Sweden, October 2016

What happened: A fire at a community center that caused only minor damage was claimed by IS. Most of the media giants refused to cover this disaster. More than likely, fires at senior centers, community centers, churches, and other places that Americans and Swedes gather to play cards and rail against terrorists are the responsibility of terrorists, and not some old guy with arthritis trying to light a cigar in the storage closet.

Manila, Philippines, November 2016

What happened: There was no Islamist attack in the city in this month, but the discovery of a suspected bomb outside the US embassy was linked to IS. Had this bomb detonated, it would have been a terrorist attack that would have counted as an attack the media refused to cover, had the media not covered said attack, which is a tragedy. Horrible, fake news.

N'Djamena, Chad, November 2016

What happened: There were some reports of shots having been fired at the US embassy by an unknown perpetrator on 30 November. While we all know that drunk people with guns do not always amount to major terrorist situations, especially when the embassy itself reports it as a mere security situation, it’s also evident that the media could have blown this situation up to be a major attack on an embassy in yet another African nation. Like those barely reported in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and Tunisia by the moneybags, lying media. A media that might point out the Yemen is not technically part of Africa. Shame!

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The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel plans to announce that its entire news staff will be replaced by the community columnists it has been using in its editorial section because of the popularity of the concept. A press release indicated that readership numbers have increased since the pilot program of using real Milwaukee-area writers began. These writers use little or no research and have no ethical responsibility for what they write, but the readers have seen the articles as more interesting than the normal news.
Saturday, February 27, 2016 14196
Arthur Civellio, a local photographer, believes he and a few of his competitors have stumbled onto the next fad in photography that he hopes will be bigger than middle school airbrushing, weird kid reflection photos, or senior pic slut portfolios.Arthur will be establishing a new business plan that captures many of his former clients who will be making a second big transition: divorce. Arthur tried to break into the pregnancy picture world of photography, but he realized that only about 10% of couples who have babies want photos of Mommy when she’s as big as the living room couch. Besides, draping Daddy all over her like she is the living room couch has always seemed a bit odd to the photographer, who says he prefers more standard glam photos of expectant mothers beached on the lakefront. Either way, it’s not a lucrative business because so few couples get the photos done, never get them for a second pregnancy (when Mommy tends to get as big as a minivan), and some couples never even have babies. Baby photos are great, but most families only splurge on the first child, then figure out they could send the second kid to college for the amount they spent on quarterly photo shoots for baby. That’s if they even have a second child, which is less common if the marriage is already on the rocks, unless they have the second one to save the marriage. But that usually doesn’t work, anyhow, so a seasoned photographer knows a single child is about all he’ll get out of a couple and might even delete the couple from the mailing list afterwards. Weddings are not as lucrative as they once were, probably because so many people realize how useless all those photos will be when their bliss ends in divorce court. Have you ever heard of any couple arguing over who gets to keep the wedding pictures? A lot of the weddings end up being someone’s second or third, and those couples just don’t care as much about the full array of photo opportunities, especially since Grandpa’s no longer around for the big family reunion pic. Granted, couples do tend to hire photographers, even for a fourth wedding, but many times it’s a family friend with an SLR by that point. The new trend in divorce photo shoots allow individuals to show aspects of themselves not seen in family photos, all while preparing for the online dating scene or for the need to update Linkedin or Facebook so that they look happy without the old ball and chain. In fact, a standard shot includes an action photo of the subject throwing a biodegradable ball and chain into a waterfalls or at a prized possession, like a pickup truck. Divorce shoots focus on individuality. If a husband really enjoyed watching the football game, but his wife always tried to make him visit the inlaws on weekends, the photographer might do a shoot at a local sporting event or just on the couch. “Some guys just want to relax with a cold beer and pick their toenails and calluses on their feet,” said local photographer Jane Moore. “If he wants to send a series of photos of himself sitting in various chairs with his robe on, smoking a cigar, I’ll shoot it.” Women tend to focus on activities like reading or pretending to be characters from books they’ve read. ‘You’d be surprised how many women have requested Regency-era dresses,” said Moore. Mostly, however, men and women can agree that the photo shoots depict doing activities their spouses detested. While a man might head to a gentlemen’s club for a shoot and a woman might go horseback riding on the beach, the result is a happy customer. Divorce photo shoots often incorporate a new relationship as part of the theme. Since these relationships don’t tend to last, photographers are weary of making them the focal point. However, it is understood that a Facebook post with a new flame looking hot is a definite selling point. “I usually tell customers to have the new boyfriend or girlfriend show up for part of the shoot and wear something the spouse would never have worn, like tall leather boots or tight pants. We also try to call attention to tattoos or piercings,” claimed Civellio. Clients see it a double bonus if the photos are of the new significant other participating in the activities the spouse refused to do, like attending the ballet together. Newly-divorced clients love to get photos with their kids. Taking family photos without the person who nearly ruined your life (but gave you the kids you love) is seen as an opportunity to move on without abandoning the family. “People love their kids. Moms and dads both do. And they love getting those professionally-taken photos to show the ex just how much more the kids are loved by one over the other,” said Moore. Dad’s might feed the kids food laden with gluten and yellow dyes. Moms might play a gameof catch with a youngster. Mostly, the point is to show that the family will no longer be sad and hateful now that the monster is out of the picture, literally. Here are some sample shots from local photographers:

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