LOS ANGELES, California -- You may have noticed a lack of news on UnNews since we forked from Wikia in 2013, especially in 2015 and this year. But apparently, there's a good reason for that. A former UnNews writer has come forward and admitted that UnNews has been suppressing conservative or conservative-leaning news.
"Yeah, I was in the stages of writing an UnNews back in 2013 in which Mitt Romney announces he'll run again in 2016," the writer says. "But my fellow writers told me to ban any right-leaning stories, because we don't want to be seen as such."
Yes, of course we've been suppressing conservative news. Because here at UnNews, we proudly push our liberal agenda.
UnNews is shocked and saddened to learn that legendary pop music icon Prince died Thursday. He was 57 and had reportedly stayed awake for 154 straight hours. The artist once again known as Prince was found unconscious in an elevator, and paramedics were unable to revive him.
What can be said about The Purple One that hasn't already been said?
UnNews has been so buried in news this year that we barely have time to write about it anymore. Plus, my DVR has been extremely busy, and I've also been busy with chores and other wastes of time that I would never willingly do. So here's a little recap of events we may or may not have covered yet during the first quarter of 2016 (with some spillover).
A Game of Thrones fan enthusiastically watched last night's season six opener, but was barely able to remember any of the characters' names as she attempted to tell UnNews what had happened. Joanna Corey told us: "Well Jon Snow I definitely know. He seems to be dead still. Those other guys, you know the nice beardy one who got sent away by... by Stannis, he came back and found Jon, and then it was like, is he going to fight the Black Watch..."
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