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Sunday, 10 August 2014

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It's reigning cats and dogs

Atlantic Ocean - Obama supporters have unleashed a furious storm over Europe this weekend targeting bloggers who claim the US President is actually a British Muslim born in London circa 1963.

The furor has brought down ancient power lines and traditional channels of communication at the start of the news industry's annual August Bullshitting Season.

This weekend satellite imagery taken by the International Space Station shows it's all looking a terrible mess with structural damage, some severe, leaving whole communities isolated.

Atmospheric reports from the eye-in-the-sky say that includes the UK's National Poisons Unit, a genome research lab that's been monitoring the DNA of US presidents and their bloodlines since 1904.

The last time a Birther hurricane hit them was in early 2000 when Republican Presidential wannabe George W Bush tested positive as Hitler's Pope's grandson.

Previously a nasty bit of slime on one of the lab's Petrie dishes was identified as Bill Clinton's own genome, the product of a sordid bodily fluids exchange between Queen Elizardbirth II and Sir Terence Con-Artist.

Of course the list goes on and on.

Commenting on the potential devastation a Tea Party activist who wishes to remain nameless said they should have called it Hurricane Michelle Obama.

Hell hath no furry fanny as a woman scorned.

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