Written by Dr. Billingsgate

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

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WHISTLE BLOWER

BILLINGSGATE POST: From information compiled from Deep State sources within the clandestine world of the CIA, NSA and FBI, a story that has the Beltway buzzing appeared in the recent disclosures by Inspector General Michael Horowitz that James Comey intervened while Pamela Anderson was blowing the whistle on WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange.

Assange, who had been granted asylum by Ecuador in 2012 and has remained in the Embassy of Ecuador in London since then, was generally circumspect when interviewed by BILLINGSGATE POST crack reporter, Slim Everdingle. Admitting that Ms. Anderson had visited him on occasion, he would neither admit or disclaim that Pamela blew his whistle during a rendezvous with the former star of Baywatch.

Urged to come clean by Slim, who as usual, was outfitted in a job friendly, white tee-shirt which was tucked into his fashionable Dickies Short Sleeve Mechanics Coveralls. Allowing a generous fit in the shoulders and chest, its bi-swing back and elastic waist inserts offered classic comfort to Slim while he interviewed the slick talking, cosmopolitan Assange.

When asked specifically by Slim whether he had ever had carnal knowledge (street talk for blown whistle) with the voluptuous Anderson, he licked his lips and winked, saying “loose lips sink ships.”

NOTE: Although the aforementioned Deep State sources were not available for collaboration for this story, It is note worthy to note that Julian Assange is better at revealing other people’s secrets than his own.

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

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