By Steven Goddard
New Evidence That The Emperor Did Have Clothing
For centuries it was believed that the Emperor had no clothing, but new research indicates that this was based on the testimony of one small child, who had no background in textiles or even retail clothing sales. He also had no formal education in clothing and had never published anything about fashion in a peer reviewed journal.
Furthermore, it has been discovered that more than 97% of the experts at the time agreed that the emperor had clothing. We can therefore safely conclude that the emperor was well clothed, and that the child was not competent to discuss his wardrobe.