The KKK Has Petitioned To Have Justin Bieber Deported Back To Canada

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 24 January 2014

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The KKK recently marched in Chicago protesting professional basketball.

TUCSON, Arizona - The Ku Klux Klan has informed the news media that it is sick and tired of listening to the punk antics of one Justin Bieber.

American Spotlight Magazine reports that Rayford "Whitey" Giddykoontz, who is The Grand Exalted Dragon Wizard of The Grand Imperial Order of The Knights of The Off-White Bougainvillea is fed up with hearing about that Canadian runt going around acting like he owns the place.

Giddykoontz said that Bieber is a bad role model for the wonderful kids of the good old USA.

He added that he wants that Ellen DeGeneres-looking pansy kicked out of the country where brave men like General Robert E. Lee, General Stonewall Jackson, General James Longstreet, and KKK founder General Nathaniel Bedford Forrest fought for the right to fight for rights.

The KKK leader says he plans to fly to Washington, D.C. and meet personally with President Barack Obama, Vice-President Joe Biden, and civilian White House advisor George Clooney about getting the football rolling and having little sissy britches (Bieber) sent packing back to his home in that cold country known as Canada.

SIDENOTE: Fitzwater Ribicoff with American Spotlight Magazine stated that civilian White House advisor Oprah Winfrey wanted to meet with the KKK leader as well but Giddykoontz vetoed that idea saying he does not want to deal with no female. He added that it isn't because Opera Wintry (sic) is black or fat but just simply because she's a female.

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

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