Trump tweets satirical news story: What is Babylon Bee and is it 'fake news'?

On Friday morning, President Donald Trump, on a non-discriminatory news platform, tweeted a link that seems to seriously share the satirical article.

Babylon Bee, a blog with a conservative spin, was aware of this false tale, saying in jest that the Twitter website was shut down to avoid the dissemination of negative news about the Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

"Wow, this has not been achieved in history, even his poor interview last night," Trump posted.

The website notes its "articles" across internet forums and is intended for satirical purposes.

While mostly it is aimed towards political politics and progressive leaders, it even regularly makes fun of Trump and other conservatives.

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Here's a description of Babylon Bee and what it is:

Is Bee fake in Babylon?

Yeah, that's it.

Though Trump lumps major media organisations into the 'false news' group, it is obvious from Trump that what they write is not valid.

His Twitter page joked like "False news you can believe," and his website states that it is "The greatest satirical website in the country, absolutely ineradicated by all its claims to reality."

Unfortunately, Babylon Bee would not actually seek to repeat her reader into thinking the facts of what she writes.

The headlines on this blog vary from comments to the ridiculous.

"Teen Applies Whole Case Of Axis Body Spray Before going to Youth Party" and "Major Tech Battles Election Interférence By Interfere in Elections," 'Senators Hirono Insists ACB Be Tested Against A Duck To See Whether She Is A Witch' were both on the site's homepage on Friday morning.

Other headlines, moreover, ridicule transgender individuals and activists of Black Lives Matter.

Is Babylon Bee fake, Trump knows?


The tweet is sincere to Trump's Friday morning.

Other connections from Babylon bee were also retweeted by the President.

He even linked to Biden and Big T on Trump's original message. Several Twitter users claimed that Trump had connections to himself with "Big T," but he later tweeted to "Bign Software." His second tweet, around two and a half hours after the first, was sharing the posting for Babylon Bee.

The Big T was not a relation to me, but the Global Software, of which Twitter's Bogus Trending Segment might have better shown!

October 16 , 2020 – Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)

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In early morning spurts, Trump also sends several tweets and in doing so is considered to amplify conspiracy theories.

"I've done a number of retweets," Trump said Thursday in the city hall of the NBC News, "people should chose for themselves."

The editor-in - chief of the website, Kyle Mann, but this month said to The New York Times: "He understands that it's humor.

There was a mistake.

We're positive.

Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon tweeted after the Trump tweet Friday: 'The Babylon Bee is the most trustful news outlet for the President.'

What is Babylon Bee behind?

The Website was described as a christian and conservative solution to The Onion.

Started in March 2016, The New York Times has an audience of about 8 million readers a month.

Although he criticizes Trump sometimes, especially in his early days, the website goes primarily to Democrats and their backers.

Dillon told the Times, "The stuff that we consider as the most ridiculous, the terrible concepts that are most worthy of criticism, are concepts on the left.

"They don't pretend to be a decent and impartial position that makes everybody fairly fun of."

The best-known "plot" of Bee was until now how the Court of Appeals reversed the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the Supreme Court.

Some people just simply took the story.

Due to its spread, blog posts, like the USA TODAY and Snopes, are occasionally refuted by mainstream newsagents and blogs.

USA TODAY's fact check writers have jokingly answered their Babylon Bee headline stating that both the death of Ginsburg and one that trumped Trump will recommend himself to the Supreme Court have been repealed by the ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.

David Jackson Contributing:

This post was first reported on USA TODAY: Donald Trump's sarcastic tweets on Joe Biden by Babylon Bee