LOS ANGELES - With Election Day 2012 in the history books, the Southern California-based SuperTuesdayNews - which Politico once called "a website"
- officially reached the end of its relevancy as a source of fake election news. The site was the brainchild of drunken former comedy writers for Playhouse 90
and The Red Skelton Show
, and was originally envisioned as a resource for people seeking to locate reputable methadone clinics in their area. The site later transitioned to political humor, taking aim at real-life politicians and inventing outrageous fictitious ones, such as Gluey Bush
and Jon Huntsman
Despite no longer being relevant, the editors at SuperTuesdayNews indicated they may continue to deliberately mislead people with their flagrantly libelous untruths into the foreseeable future or, failing that, return to providing visitors with reviews on area methadone clinics.