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Thursday, 25 November 2010

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sarah Palin, 2012 Presidential hopeful, has been founded out as a NK spy.

Palin, who was governor of Alaska for some time, and said that she could defeat Obama in 2012, has been found guilty of spying for the rogue state since she was just 16.

The report came after an interview with Beck on a radio show where a so-called slip of the tongue was said.

Answering questions from host Glenn Beck she said, "Obviously, we've got to stand with our North Korean allies."

Mr. Beck then corrected her, unaware that she was actually telling the truth.

Federal agents from the FBI have ransacked her house and have found nearly 14 hours of video footage, 23 pictures, and 106 documents on her personal home computer detailing her plan to take over the United States and making it a territory of North Korea.

"NO! NO!" shouted a Palin supporter. "She can't be a commu.... a comun... a Red! She will lead the nation to glory, right? Whoops, I forgot to breathe... CRHHKK." Of course, communism is No.197 on the list of things most threatening American society, but anyways.

Obama said in a press conference: "It explains her lack of knowledge about American politics. And her stupid catchphrases, and her insistence that the government isn't working. I thought she was being a stubborn bitch, but now that she's a spy, it all makes sense."

Sarah Palin will be sentenced to death by Justin Beiber next week, however, as several hours of Beiber was also found on her computer, she will have to have death by slow, agonising, lethal injection.

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