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Biden Avoids Responsibility For Possessing Classified Documents
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Biden Distancing Himself from Himself


WASHINGTON, D.C. – After news surfaced that President Biden was found to have classified documents stored in at least two unsecured locations, the President attempted to avoid responsibility for possessing these documents by distancing himself from himself.

“I can’t be held responsible for what Joe Biden does,” the President insisted. “I have never spoken to myself about my classified documents, so I have no idea what documents Joe Biden might have.”

“Also, my lawyers advised me not to share the contents of these documents with myself, even if I try to tell myself I’m the Commander In Chief.”

In her daily press conference, Karine Jean-Pierre pointed out that as soon as the documents were discovered, the Administration immediately announced the issue two months later. They also insisted they were being fully cooperative and transparent as they refused to provide any additional information.

Unsatisfied, the press corps continued to batter Jean-Pierre with more and more questions, until finally her eyes appeared to glaze over, and she went into an infinite loop, robotically repeating, “He takes classified documents seriously.... He takes classified documents seriously.... He takes classified documents seriously....” over and over again.

Anonymous sources says KJP is now resting comfortably, playing with Play-Doh somewhere.

In a related story, sources also report that when Merrick Garland heard about this, he began shouting all manner of profanity, realizing now he’d have to treat Biden and Trump equally.

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The History of Satire and Parody:


The Oxford dictionary defines satire as "the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues."

Satire, it is said, has existed at every place and time where there has been government, religion, or any type of social structure. Researchers have found examples of satire in texts from as far back as ancient Egypt and ancient Greece.

Parody is a form of satire which is (as the Oxford dictionary defines it) "an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect."

Parody is considered such an important form of free speech that US Copyright laws have a specific "fair use" exemption for parody.
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