The KKK Has Purchased Some Spy Drones

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 20 September 2013

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The Tucson chapter of the KKK has said that they have permission to use the Confedrate flag as their chapter logo.

TUCSON - The CIA has just received official confirmation that the Arizona chapter of the Ku Klux Klan has just purchased state-of-the-art spy drones.

According to a CIA informant who goes by the code name of The Lone Ranger, the 27 spy drones were purchased with a VISA Plutonium Card from a pawn shop dealer in Pulaski, Tennessee.

The Lone Ranger stated that the KKK got the spy drones at a discount price due to the fact that the pawn shop owner is a retired member of the KKK in good standing.

National Focus Magazine contacted the head of the Arizona KKK chapter, The Grand Exalted Dragon Wizard of The Imperial Order of The Off-White Bougainvillea, Rayford "Whitey" Giddykoontz.

Giddykoontz was asked if it was true that his organization had purchased the 27 spy drones.

The Grand Dragon Wizard asked, "And jesst who da hell want's to be knowing 'bout dat, huh Bubba?"

When told that it was a CIA matter, he asked, "And jesst what in tar nation do dem fancy sounding letters stand fo anyhow's?"

NFM reporter Durango Tucker replied that they stood for the Central Intelligence Agency.

Giddykoontz laughed and replied, "Dad burnit, I knewed it, dat be some kinda foreign group from out yonder in China someplace where's dey makes dem choppy sticks and dem rickety shaws huh?"

Tucker asked him what the KKK planned on doing with the spy drones. Giddykoontz started giggling and answered that they are going to have spy drone races on the weekends.

He then said that his organization will be using them to spy on illegal aliens, Mormons from Utah, Taliban operatives, Al Qaeda operatives, and gay fellers from Brazil.

WRITER'S NOTE: National Focus Magazine will stay with the Ku Klux Klan spy drone story and bring you any further developments as they develop. -DURANGO TUCKER, National Focus Magazine.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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