This weekend's "Greg Gutfeld Show" featured a humorous parody ad for an organization that caters to agenda-driven journalists.

A recent survey found that two-thirds of voters believe that the media is more interested in creating controversies than explaining where political candidates stand on the issues.

"I wonder where they got that idea..." Gutfeld said, tossing to a fake ad for The Damaging Reporting And Misinformation Alliance (D.R.A.M.A.).

D.R.A.M.A., according to the ad, helps news professionals learn how to take non-controversial headlines and "inject them with conflict" to boost profits.

Kat Timpf helped several participants take innocuous headlines like "Pence Speaks At High School Graduation" or "Bernie Sanders Announces Presidential  Campaign" and give them a biased, anti-President Trump twist.

"Alright, everyone, let's get out there and stir up some controversy!" Timpf exclaimed.

Watch the funny fake ad above, and don't miss "The Greg Gutfeld Show" every Saturday at 10:00pm ET on Fox News Channel. Plus, catch more from Gutfeld on "One Smart Person" on Fox Nation!


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