By - May 21, 2013

Unconfirmed Breaking News/May 21st


BREAKING NEWS – New York City, New York – While being interviewed on MSNBC, former chairman of the NAACP Julian Bond, encourages the Internal Revenue Service to continue to target the Tea Party, and anyone else that aligns themselves with conservatives. He explained that the IRS should be allowed to probe all political groups, except the organizations that has a high concentration of blacks, because that would obviously be racial profiling.



BREAKING NEWS – Los Angeles, California – More embarrassing information is coming out about Michael Jackson, during the lawsuit his family filed against concert promoters AEG Live. Medical documents are verifying that the King of Pop had over 25 facelifts. The skin on his face was said to be so tight, that his children would often bounce quarters off of his cheeks as he slept. All three of his kids have emphatically denied that is true, and said it was nickels



BREAKING NEWS – Las Vegas, Nevada – While testifying in open court regarding his 33 year sentence, O.J. Simpson comments on Jodi Arias getting convicted for first degree murder, in which he blamed her legal counsel. He stated that because her lawyers should have been aware that the brutal murder was going to be a high profile case, they should have fought to move the trial from Phoenix, to any court in California. He explained by saying that the Golden State would be better for Jodi, because they have plenty of agents that can secure book or movie deals for misguided attention seeking jurists that will deliver a moronic verdict, as well as for deranged murderers that are usually free.

BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – Christian organizations nationwide are outraged at the IRS’ plan, to audit God. The Internal Revenue Service is demanding to know what were his building expenses and how were the funds distributed when He created the universe. They also want to know, that after book of Genesis if He ever wrote humans off as a loss.



BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – The Internal Revenue Service is now defending their decision to target the Tea Party. They explained that because the IRS is a federal agency, they are obligated to protect its own. Thus, they said that they will continue to give additional scrutiny to any conservative groups that publicly states that they want a smaller federal government, or want to limit its growth.


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