Cameron Harris went viral after Harris admitted to being the fake news writer behind the website titled Christian Times Newspaper, according to the New York Times. Even if you've never heard of Christian Times Newspaper, you've probably heard of some of their biggest hits. They created so many popular fake news stories that Snopes has their own Christian Times Newspaper category. There was the time Christian Times Newspaper claimed Hillary Clinton was filing for divorce. Then there was the report by the Christian Times Newspaper that said anti-Trump protesters beat a homeless veteran to death. And who can forget the Christian Times Newspaper headline claiming that tens of thousands of votes already marked for Clinton were found in boxes marked "ballot box" in Ohio. That was Cameron's coup de grace in terms of fake news creation. Cameron created that fake story after hearing rumblings of President-elect Trump speaking about his beliefs that the election would be rigged. Trump floated that idea in Ohio; therefore, Harris decided that Ohio would be an ideal location to set his fake story. Cameron bought the Christian Times Newspaper URL for only $5 at ExpiredDomains.net and after some time, Harris had crafted his masterpiece of a fake news story that Cameron knew Trump supporters would spread all over the place. Harris said that he had a feeling the article would be very popular -- but it's not known if Cameron realized that the fake article that took him about 15 minutes to create would bring him about $5,000 in earnings within days. The Google ads on the Christian Times Newspaper website swelled to $22,000 -- a site that could have eventually made more than $100,000 for Cameron. Harris admitted he only spent about 30 minutes per week on Christian Times Newspaper and would only work for about 20 total hours on Christian Times Newspaper.