The Pope now says God is telling him to tell us that there is a Hell and sinners don’t just disappear upon death.
Vaticano, Italy – The Pope admits God may have had it wrong when telling the Pope that there is no Hell.
When asked recently about his comments that sinners just disappear and that there is no Hell, The Pope is now saying there still might actually be a Hell and it also goes by the name of Grand Forks.
FMO: Mister Pope, is this your personal opinion or did you hear it directly from God on your Godphone?
The Pope: This is newly updated information from God which comes to me during prayer through my internal connection to God.
We then asked Grand Forks about the Pope’s latest papal clarification:
FMO: Why do you think The Pope is picking on Grand Forks to the point of calling it Hell?
GFS: We have no idea why Grand Forks is being likened to Hell but perhaps this is somehow related to us formerly being called the Fighting Sioux. Someone needs to tell The Pope we changed our name. It’s now the Backdoor Lumberjacks.
Trump-lover Todd Rundgren leads the audience in prayer for President Donald Trump prior to his concert.
Moorhead, MN – Many who attended the Yes/Todd Rundgren concert were pleasantly delighted when Mr. Rundgren opened the concert with a nice long Hawaiian prayer for President Donald Trump.
Unfortunately, they were not pleasantly surprised when YES did not show up due to some serious family problems.
Luckily, Todd Rundgren was then able to dedicate his entire headlining concert to invoking spiritual help for President Trump and his entire administration whom Mr. Rundgren greatly admires.
In fact, the Toddster announced that all of the proceeds from the concert will go to help fund President Trump’s re-election campaign and also to build the tall wall to keep Americans from escaping to Mexico in an effort to avoid paying back taxes.
After the concert concluded, Todd Rundgren got a personal phone call from President Trump who said: “I don’t want to work, I want to bang on the drum all day!”