Boeing Proudly Announces It Has Fixed Malfunctioning Whistleblower
U.S. · Mar 13, 2024 ·

ARLINGTON, VA — In response to mounting public criticism of its quality standards, aerospace corporation Boeing proudly announced it has fixed its malfunctioning whistleblower.

The longtime industry leader in commercial aircraft manufacturing had been in hot water following a string of highly publicized malfunctions and accidents involving its planes, leaving the company desperate to find a solution to its problems.

"That should take care of everything," a Boeing spokesman said. "After extensive investigation into the recent engineering and design quality issues, we determined that many of these problems could be traced back to this whistleblower. We are proud to announce that we have, in fact, fixed the whistleblower. Permanently."

Following the decisive action taken to resolve its whistleblower issue, Boeing expressed confidence that it will be smooth sailing moving forward. "We don't foresee any more problems," the spokesman said. "Everyone here at Boeing feels much safer now."

When asked how fixing the whistleblower would solve ongoing issues with the design and assembly of the aircraft, the spokesman offered the following response: "There aren't any more problems. Got it? If you disagree, you can take it up with our newest board member, Hillary Clinton."

At publishing time, the spokesman denied rumors that the company's original plan to fix the whistleblower involved offering him a free flight in an exit row on one of its aircraft.

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