Declan Doyle


Jesus, Market Destabilisation, and Justice Served. A FOX NEWS SPECIAL


Breaking news; reports out of Jerusalem tonight,
A leader of a rebel group calling himself 'the saviour',
Captured by special forces of the Sanhedrin.
Sources say he was determined and violent,
Causing a riot in the market, spiking price disorder.
The Pharassies, in a statement, insist order is restated,
Although the market remains volatile, profits inflated.

More about this rebel group, they seem quite determined,
Upsetting the lawful order, and undermining family values,
With word reaching the newsroom that the leader's mother is a whore,
She sleeps with two different fathers, one home and one unknown.
And get this, the leader's girlfriend is a former prostitute; up next,
Is crucifixion too good for these terrorists?

Word reaching us tonight, the Sanhedrin agreeing to an appeal to
Pontious Pilot on the terrorist Jesus case, our system granting due process,
When clearly the terrorists would grant none; we ask, have the liberals gone too far?

This just in, yes, justice has been served, the terrorist Jesus sentenced to crucifixion.
The sentence to be carried out tomorrow, and not a day too soon.

Your joining us live from Calvary this morning as the 'market place marauder',
Is nailed to a cross, live.

Up next, we ask, why waste wood on these terrorists, should we just nail em to death?

Submitted: Monday, March 10, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

Topic(s): Art


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A well deserved tirade against Fox News, and how it might have acted on the death of The Rebel Jesus.

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