Tuesday, January 24, 2017

BRIDGEPORT STUDY REVEALS SOME PEOPLE LIVE LONGER THAN OTHERS

SKEPTIC PRESIDENTIAL ADVISER KELLYANNE CONWAY IS NOW WAVERING IN HER BELIEFS AFTER BEGINNING TO READ THE 
900 PAGE REPORT  RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC......


BRIDGEPORT, MN.

White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer was delighted to have the world's attention shift elsewhere Monday, when news of the Bridgeport  Longevity Study overshadowed the inaugural attendance debate. 

Scientists at the Bridgeport Aging Study Center announced their findings on Monday morning after a long and exhaustive study on how longevity affects people's lives. 
Evidence file photo #12
Research Professor Ukanbe Shur, 58, on loan from the Kenya Research Center in Nairobi, talked to OFF THE WALL NEWS from his laboratory office.
"All the findings in our research show some people die sooner than others," he said. "This is a fact of life."

"I know the real facts of life."
Immediately after the report was released, skeptics began calling the report bogus, pointing out that the graves in the evidence pictures are empty and most likely just tombstones.  Leading the skeptics was Kellyanne Conway, who was as always, very vocal.  "How can this be a fact of life?  The facts of life I learned on prom night, were very different."

This prompted a reporter to ask  her where the presidents on our country's paper money were today?  "That is an unfair question!" she exclaimed. "I'm going to read this report and I'll get back to you."

A few hours later, after reading a hundred or more pages, she said she would have nothing further to say about the Bridgeport report on longevity.  OFF THE WALL NEWS, will continue to press her on the issues.




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