The KKK Will Hold A Parade To Protest The Suspension of Duck Dynasty Star Phil Robertson

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 26 December 2013

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The KKK marching in Detroit on Confederate General Stonewall Jackson's birthday.

TUCSON, Arizona - The national chapter of the Ku Klux Klan has just announced that they are planning a protest parade to take place in West Monroe, Louisiana, home of Duck Dynasty's Robertson family.

The parade will be held to protest the suspension by the A&E Network of the star of Duck Dynasty Phil Robertson.

Durango Tucker with National Focus Magazine spoke to Rayford "Whitey" Giddykoontz, who is The Grand Exalted Dragon Wizard of The Grand Imperial Order of The Knights of The Off-White Bougainvillea.

Tucker met with Giddykoontz in his office inside the KKK Headquarters Building which is located in downtown Tucson.

Giddykoontz stated that his organization is sick and tired of hearing about good hard working Americans such as Phil Robertson, Paula Deen, and Earl "Catfish" Cooper being vilified for speaking their mind.

He said that if Lincoln had never been able to speak his mind we may never have learned the exact street location of the Gettysburg address.

Tucker listened intently as Giddykoontz continued. "And another thang Tucker, if we can't go around saying what da heck we feel then what da heck good is it to feel anything since what we feel may not be what others feel so if dat be the case then I have a feeling dat nobody better feel nothing or else they could get fired or treated like they was some of dem Talibandits (Taliban) or dem other crazy folks the Ali Babas (Al-Qaeda)."

Tucker shook his head.

"Well am I right or am I right Tucky?" Giddykoontz asked.

Tucker took a sip from the bottle of Jack Daniels that Giddykoontz had sitting on the table and replied, "I hear ya Mr. Giddykoontz, I sure do hear ya bro."

"Bro? Bro? Say doncha be talkin ta me like dem hip hoppin' rap bruthas ya hear?"

"Sorry sir. My bad."

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