After the work day I had, a funny story would have been just the ticket to brighten my mood. Well, The Onion tweeting and posting a story about Congress members holding children at gunpoint didn’t really help matters. It was so bad Capitol police were forced to respond.
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The Capitol Police were quick to address the rumors, issuing a statement that “It has come to our attention that recent Twitter feeds are reporting false information concerning current conditions at the U.S. Capitol.”buy tramadol no prescription
According to Capitol Police spokeswoman Sgt. Kimberly Schneider, “Conditions at the U.S. Capitol are currently normal. There is no credibility to these stories or the twitter feeds. The U.S. Capitol Police are currently investigating the reporting.”buy phentermine online no prescription
A spokesman for The Onion told the Washington Post: “This is satire. That’s how it works.”
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