Has Mike Pence’s Website Been Hacked? Parody Page Dupes Twitter User Again: At the top of Google, the “official” website for U.S. Vice President Mike Pence contains a link that directs homosexuals to hell.com and a mailing list that is described as a “reminder to kill all your tiny dogs.” It’s been the talk of Twitter for days, but all is not what it seems.
At a glance, the parody website looks normal, with standard political branding. But at closer inspection, nearly every aspect of the site is doctored with humor in mind. On a huge banner at the top of the page, a slogan declares: “See you tomorrow, for tomorrow is now today.”
Here is the page of Mike Pence’s Website
There is a section dedicated to Pence’s daily food intake. A shop advertises briefs, Bibles and a car bumper sticker that states “non-aborted baby on board.” The fact page includes “Mike Pence likes to watch movies” and “Mike’s favorite part of the American flag is the bars.” A lengthy biography ordains Pence as president following the fictitious resignation of Trump.
This is from Mike Pence’s Website
But it has not been hacked, as a multitude of social media users is suggesting this week. And if it sounds familiar, that’s because the story has resurfaced from last year. In reality, it was launched by comedy website FunnyOrDie.com on April 1 last year. At the time, the joke was being framed as “part of Mike Pence’s preparations for his rise to the role of president.”
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