Governor Jan Brewer Threatens Lawsuit Against Hoax Author Who Claimed She Supports Mandatory Gay Conversion Classes For Children

Jan Brewer from Arizona speaking about her new gay to straight conversion program which will be implemented in all public school in Arizona.

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is threatening a lawsuit against the culprit behind the hoax yesterday which had the Governor’s Office and internet up in arms.

Phoenix, AZ — Governor Jan Brewer’s spokesman Andrew Wilder held a press conference this morning with reporters announcing news of a possible lawsuit against Phoenix, Arizona resident 34-year-old Paul Horner. Horner was the culprit behind yesterday’s hoax which had the internet up in arms. The satirical article stated that Brewer signed off on a bill implementing a mandatory school program designed for all Arizona children grades K-12 requiring all homosexual males and females to become straight.

Brewer’s office did not see the humor in such a stunt, and denounced the suggestion that the governor would target young people with such a discriminatory program: “It’s a completely phony and vile report, and its authors should be ashamed,” Wilder told the Arizona Republic yesterday.

“This lawsuit is real and is nothing to be taken lightly,” Wilder told CNN. “If the author of the article in question wants to avoid legal action, we are asking him to immediately remove the story from National Report and cease and desist any further foolishness of this nature against the governor.” Wilder continued, “Governor Brewer also expects a full and sincere apology, no less than 1,000 words long. This is to help compensate the harm and mayhem his ridiculous article caused the great state of Arizona and to the Governor’s Office. Mr. Horner can either post a public apology on his Super Official News website, National Report, his Facebook page located at facebook.com/paulissuperawesome or contact the governor directly at janjanbrewbrew1944@aol.com.”

These are tweets recently posted by the three parties involved in response to the fake article posted by Mr. Horner yesterday

Governor Jan Brewer tweet about Paul Horner and hoax articlePeople Can Change tweet about hoax article and Paul HornerJoe Arpaio tweet about Paul Horner and hoax article about Jan BrewerRelated: Video denouncing fake story about gay student conversion program in Arizona which aired last night on Fox News, watch here.To read Horner’s satirical article that is making such waves in the Governor’s Office and around the web, you can view it here.


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5 Responses to "Governor Jan Brewer Threatens Lawsuit Against Hoax Author Who Claimed She Supports Mandatory Gay Conversion Classes For Children"

  1. Nigel Covington Nigel Covington says:

    I wouldn’t do anything Paul. The governor is a public figure and has to expect she’ll be the target of satirists, cartoonists, and others. No matter how disgusting your article is.

  2. Tony Johnson says:

    Paul, I would not worry about that old tired bag of mean, Brewer. But I also fell for the article and was up in arms about it, so I have one question? How did you know what she was planning to do next year so far in advance? Are you clairvoyant? Where did I leave my watch when I was in Palm Springs?

    Keep on her tired butt, someone needs to oust the wicked witch of the west.

  3. Lillian Fabricant Lillian Fabricant says:

    Jan Brewer is CLEARLY a woman who is number 2. One day she may be number 1, but the outfit above is identical to the one Leo McKern wore in the british 1960’s TV series The Prisoner, and she is definitely the embodiment of Number 2 in every way that counts. Patrick McGoohan, if you recall, was number 6. Also starring a young Rush Limbaugh as the balloon-assassin-thingy.

  4. CCC says:

    What is the matter with you pinheads? (Brewer,et. al.) It’s exactly this kind of hysterical response to obvious satire, nonsense, that makes you such a fun target. You’re like the dog that snarls and snaps impotently behind a fence at all the people who love to pester it because it snarls and snaps impotently. All you had to say was, “Of course we haven’t done this. It’s ridiculous. A program of this nature couldn’t last five minutes under scrutiny in the courts.”, and then get on with the business of governing. Oh, wait. Maybe this was meant to distract you so you wouldn’t have time to govern, so you would leave immigrants and pot-smokers alone….Carry on.

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