Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Biblical experts: Republican convention copied from Book of Revelation

Just when the Trump campaign thought they had the plagiarism scandal under control, a revelation about Revelation hits the press.

CLEVELAND (The Borowitz Report)—The 2016 Republican National Convention became embroiled in another controversy on Tuesday, as Biblical experts accused Republicans of plagiarizing the entire Convention scenario from the Book of Revelation.

“The first thing that struck me, on Night One, was when the sun became black as sackcloth of hair and the moon like blood,” the Reverend Davis Logsdon, of the University of Minnesota’s Divinity School, said. “That was just too close to be a coincidence.”

Logsdon said that another telltale sign of plagiarism could be found in the alarming appearance of Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas), Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and retired General Michael Flynn. “The four of them didn’t ride in on horseback, but it was still clear who they were supposed to be,” he said.

Snip. Read Andy's report in the New Yorker for Paul Manafort's pushback.

Despite the controversy, the Convention proceeded smoothly on Tuesday night, as delegates officially nominated a Beast with seven heads, ten horns, and ten crowns on his horns in a traditional roll-call vote.

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