Reading the Denver Post on a Slow News Day

After some investigative research, Bob Enyart finds out that, as late as this month, some media outlets are still using actual ink to print reports of current events on flexible, very thin sheets of pulpy plant-based matter. The final product is called a "newspaper". In this one particular sample that was produced only two days ago, on Sunday, November 6, 2016 Bob found confusing and contradictory reports about something referred to as a "violation", but a "violation" of what was hard to determine. The sample also contained some type of propaganda message designed to convince Christians to support socialist, pro-homosexual candidates who kill the innocent.