ATLANTA, GA - In order to aid the news station in preparing stories for consumption, popular news media organization CNN purchased an industrial-sized washing machine to help its journalists and news anchors spin the news before publication.
The custom-made device allows CNN reporters to load just the facts of a given issue, turn a dial to "spin cycle," and within five minutes, receive a nearly unrecognizable version of the story that's been spun to fit with the news station's agenda.
One reporter was seen inserting the facts of a recent news story early Thursday morning.
"Okay, so we just slip in the location, the people involved, the facts of the story, and there we go," he muttered as he fiddled with the buttons and dials on the machine. "Spin for five minutes on high, and we'll have ourselves a news story."
Minutes later, he removed the story and found it had turned into a perfect piece to push universal health care, common-sense gun control, and the removal of President Trump from office.
"Perfect!" he said, taking the story straight to his computer in order to upload it to CNN's website.
At publishing time, CNN had also purchased an industrial-sized trash compactor in order to help compress and distort facts to fit into its preconceived narrative.