Russia is pulling out of Georgia after its week long invasion of the small neighboring country. The Russian army pulled out all its tanks and their soldiers.
General Vladimir Jackumov told the international press at a conference held in Moscow that the Russian government mistakenly attacked the wrong Georgia. The Russian's were planning on invading the state of Georgia in the United States of America, but a lower Russian official mistook the location and their army invaded the wrong place.
International observers believe in order to control bad news press and the media the Russian government had intended on invading Atlanta, Georgia to close down the office headquarters of the international news agency, CNN, because the Russians believe they had been reporting negative news stories about the Russian government. In recent years the Russian government under Vladimir Putin has been reining in the any criticism of their government by controlling media outlets in Russia. The Russian government has closed down many news outlets that were critical of the government.
Gen. Jackumov stated that was not true. Jackumov explained the Russian army was going to invade the state of Georgia, in the United States, as a pre-emptive strike against any mobilization of Bigfoot armies that the Russians believe were amassing to attack humankind.
"We are doing mankind a big favor", explained Jackumov, "we must strike first at the heart of the Georgia Bigfoots before they attack the world". "If the United States won't do it, we Russians will have too, to protect the world". When the international media pressed Gen. Jackumov about Russia invading the country of Georgia, he replied, "Sorry, our Bad".