Obama warned over Chinese Year of the Trouser Snake

Written by queen mudder

Friday, 8 February 2013


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Obama has enabled some Chinese 'fortune cookie' cookies on the presidential website

Washington AC/DC - A presumed US-Chinese double agent is at the core of a CIA wiretap sting targeting hackers suspected of snooping for White House sex scandal cover-ups.**

The traitor was discovered during a routine trawl of a Georgetown 'escort' agency after leaving venomous reviews of women he'd dated via the StripAdvisor.con website.

Undercover agents posing as disgruntled Dupont Circle hookers then posted replies to his online barbs, ridiculing him as a 'poisonous three inch snake' who attacks women in the lower abdominal area.

One even suggested his toxic spittle 'had made her gag' resulting in an unwanted nine month swelling in her private quarters that laid her off work during the lucrative 2012 presidential election season.

The covert operation soon saw women come forward complaining about the serial viper, said to be the husband of a senior White House aide.

This morning a message on the Presidential website blithely ignored the seething rumors and welcomed Sunday's upcoming Chinese Year of the Snake by enabling some newly crafted 'fortune cookie' cookies.

"The Chinese snake is nothing more than a legless Chinese dragon," a Capitol Hill sinologist commented, "originally caught with his pants down in the Cold Whore - er...War!"

A news blackout prevents any additional reporting until after Sunday's lunar calendar celebrations are over.

** According to QM-NewsCorpse stringers, NOT the cover-up about Joe Biden and Michelle Obama being the birth parents of Beyonce Knowles

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