CBS Hires New Anchorman




Exclusive Master of None sources reveal that CBS has hired a new anchorman to replace the faltering Dan Rather. In a bid to restore credibility to the imploding news organization, CBS has brought on board former Iraqi Information Minister Muhammed Saeed al-Sahaf, who then issued the following statement with regard to the bloggers driving the forged memo controversy:
Who are in control, they are not in control of anything - they don't even control themselves!

I can assure you that those villains will recognize, will discover in appropriate time in the future how stupid they are and how they are pretending things which have never taken place.

I have detailed information about the situation...which completely proves that what they allege are illusions . . . They lie every day.

Their failure in this regard is abysmal. They want to tell the world changes thought - as a matter of fact, they do not respect the world, they want to tell taxpayers and the domestic public to keep them deceived. We will embroil them, confuse them and keep them in the quagmire. They have begun to tell more lies so that they might continue with the perpetration of their crimes. May they be accursed.


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