Some of that is pretty funny, but I understand where he is coming from with programmer interviews. I once interviewed 4 candidates for a simple static web site maintenance position. All of the candidates were recent graduates from programming schools and claim to have studied HTML. I tasked them with manually writing the code for a simple table that required a rowspan. 3 out of 4 could not do it. I hired the 4th person.
One of the interviewees was a gal who claimed to have a string of fictitious Microsoft certifications. When I pointed out that no such certifications existed, she claimed that they were part of new program that had not yet been announced. I suspect that she is probably a better fit to be a politician than a programmer.
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin