Lies written on the side of a bus to replace Daily Mail as Brexiters’ main source of fake news

Lies written on the side of a bus are set to replace the Daily Mail and the Sun as the main source of fake news for people who think Brexit is a good idea, it has emerged.

After the success of the Leave campaign’s big red bus which had a massive lie written on the side, the right wing entrepreneur Arron Banks has set up a company called Liar Bus which aims to capitalise on this new form of news media.

Speaking to Newscrasher, Sir Arron Banks said: “Crowdfunded by angry Leave voters who fear Brexit may not happen, a fleet of ten thousand Liar Buses will soon be ready to tour the United Kingdom, spreading propaganda and untruths to people who have no critical thinking skills.”

“It’s like twitter but more accessible to older people who don’t understand technology and who are ready to believe anything that agrees with their hateful world view.”

Prominent Brexiteer Iain Dunked in Shit has praised the initiative: “At the moment, one is forced to buy a copy of the Daily Mail or the Sun in order to be exposed to our nasty propaganda, or else tune in to BBC Question Time.”

“Thankfully, this visionary initiative will revolutionise the way the public get their news, making it more democratic and less reliant on experts and facts.”

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