Sarah Palin Has Now Stated That Abraham Lincoln Died From Getting Run Over By A Covered Wagon

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 9 June 2011

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Sarah Palin insists that she is getting much better at geography thanks to 9-year-old daughter Piper.

SACRAMENTO, California - Sarah Palin took a little break from her Nationwide Bus Tour to visit Sacramento, California.

The woman who never met a geographical question that she could not answer incorrectly told a reporter for The Cucamonga Chit Chat Chronicle that she wanted to pay a visit to Revere Street, where the legendary Revolutionary War figure Paul Revere was born on January 7, 1938.

Hoopla Diddly of TV ClickerWorld informed Palin that she was mistaken and that Paul Revere, the Revolutionary War figure had not been born on January 7, 1938.

Diddly told Palin that Paul Revere was born on January 1, 1735, and he was not born in Sacramento, California but in Boston.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Paul Revere, keyboardist for the 60s band Paul Revere and The Raiders was born on January 7, 1938.]

Sarah Palin became highly incensed at Diddly's remark. She told Miss Diddly that she was mistaken and that she was just trying to make her look bad like all of the other members of the mainstream news media like Katie Couric, Brian Williams, Barbara Walters, and Kobe Bryant.

Diddly told her that Bryant was not a member of the news media and she informed her that he played for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Palin grew more upset and said that she had gotten her information from Wikipedia and so she did not want to hear anyone say that she did not know what she was talking about.

Diddly then asked Palin if she knew how Abraham Lincoln had died. Palin ignored her. Diddly asked the question again and this time added that perhaps Palin did not know the answer.

And with that "Shotgun" Sarah pushed her shoulders back, raised her head, and replied that Abraham Lincoln had died from getting run over by a covered wagon during the Battle of the Alamo in 1913.

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

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