When it’s getting harder and harder to tell real life from satire you know real life is really, really stupid. OR the satire is just really, really good.
Like this piece …
NBA Now Requiring All Players To Stand For Chinese National Anthemhttps://t.co/1dbVmKw22Y
— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) October 9, 2019
From The Babylon Bee:
“We hope this gesture of goodwill will show China that we love them and there is no need for our multi-billion-dollar deal to fall through,” said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. “March on, Mao!” Silver then performed a soft jazz rendition of the tune and bowed low to the ground to show President Xi Jinping that he is very sorry.
Anyone who doesn’t comply will be shot, a beloved Chinese custom that should further smooth things over with the authoritarian regime.
But … fair.
Brit Hume used this article to slam the NBA as only he can:
When I first glanced at this, I didn’t realize it was satire. https://t.co/2b699guOJ6
— Brit Hume (@brithume) October 10, 2019
NBA has this and so much more coming to them.
— Moe Szyslak (@PubOperator) October 10, 2019
— Charles ????????????? (@GtaThoughts) October 10, 2019
They are that good.
— Lem (@Lemang01) October 10, 2019
Although they are getting closer to reality every day.
— Mark Brown (@markbrown1164) October 10, 2019
This is what @ScottAdamsSays calls “parody inversion”. We’ve reached it.
— Covfefe Kimmie (@kimmieguy) October 10, 2019
Welcome to 2019.