Is it real or an anti-emperor satire?
Decide if the following is real or an anti-emperor spoof:
You goofy Christians are always complaining that the emperor opposes your religion. Why, that's totally false! I mean, consider that barely 2 weeks ago the emperor announced the appointment of a person named Barbara Satin to his "Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships."
Satin has precisely the background you'd expect of someone appointed to advise the emperor on matters of faith, having been the "Assistant Faith Work Director" for the National LGBTQ Task Force. She recently worked on the development of a LGBTQ senior housing project in Minneapolis.
Wait, are you complaining that Satin is too...non-traditional for this "key" position? What makes you say that?
Yes, Satin was born male. As we said, perfectly qualified to be appointed by the emperor to his Advisory Council on Faith-based Partnerships.
Okay, you liberals probably think this is a put-on, a spoof by a conservative blog. Well it's true that I got this from a very flaky, unreliable source: the White House website.