Sunday, April 1, 2012

Generalissimo Francisco Franco gets an LVAD

Last Saturday night, live, special correspondent to Weekend Update, Chevy Chase, filed this report on a story that he has been covering since 1975. 

To the cheers of supporters, aides to Generalissimo Francisco Franco announced that the Generalissimo has received a left ventricular assist device, also known by the abbreviation, LVAD. The procedure was performed at an undisclosed location. At this time, it is uncertain how this development will ultimately affect the Generalissimo's fate. Aides declined to comment on whether the Generalissimo would be placed on a heart transplant list. 

At this time Generalissimo Francisco Franco is not dead.

Stay tuned for further updates.

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