Here's what the Wikipedia has to say about this source:
Originally Posted by danarhea
National Report (nationalreport.net) is a satirical website devoted to often subtle parodies of real news which convince the unwary. It is published by Allen Montgomery.
Among headline-generating spoofs are a report that Arizona's governor Jan Brewer intended to introduce mandatory gay-to-straight conversion courses into the state's public school system, and a report that fooled researchers at Fox News Channel, in which the President was purported to have announced his intention to spend his own money to keep a Muslim museum open during a government shutdown. Another report that fooled people in Wyoming claimed that a man in Hanna, Wyoming was the first recipient of a RFID chip which, the report claimed, was part of an Obamacare pilot program. A report published by National Report on November 2, 2013 claiming a fictitious Assam Rape Festival created a furore [sic] in Indian national media.
The actual Wikipedia article is in poor shape, at this point, but it does link to some good sources that pretty much confirm the gist of it. I happened to have occasion to look this up earlier, because elsewhere, I'd seen a link to the “Assam Rape Festival” story, and following links from there to other stories on the same site led me to wonder about the nature of this site as a whole.