Seth Dillion, CEO of The Babylon Been, shared an email he received from Seuss Enterprises that threatened to sue the publication over its satirical article titled, “In New Dr. Seuss Book, Cat In The Hat Gives Kids Puberty Blockers While Their Mother Isn’t Home.”

“Your article, satire or not, is a copyright infringement and breaking multiple defamation laws,” wrote the unnamed person who sent the email from [email protected] “Remove this or we will proceed accordingly”:

Dillon’s response?

“We will not be taking it down the way they took down several of their own, perfectly harmless titles to score worthless virtue points with insatiable leftists”:

Who even wrote that email:

And:

Oh, the response is going to be epic:

Read the whole HILARIOUS piece here:

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