Paris Hilton did coke with George W Bush
By our man with a nose for scandal, J J Jogolo
|President Bush received another blow to his falling popularity last night when a programming error by Fox Television engineers accidentally broadcast a private conversation between guests to a stunned nation|
The damaging disclosure took place during a live broadcast of 'The Simple Life 2' — celebrity cock-teaser Paris Hilton's latest hit reality show. Ms Hilton was involved in making a pancake breakfast for her special on the road guests, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston when the faux pas occurred. All three stars believed that the cameras had cut to commercial and their microphones were off, when they began discussing Kitty Kelly's new book, 'Kitty Kelly Bush Book Rumors.'
Microphones remained on as the conversation turned to Paris Hilton
and she regaled her two giggling guests with the steamy details of a
recent drug-fuelled sex session with the Texan stud.
America held its collective breath — or possibly something more
substantial — as Paris continued breathlessly: "Then the
old booger had me sit on his lap while I did my lines; so, I, like wrapped
my legs around his waist and gave the Presidential pork a little squeeze.
Next thing I know, out pops this teeny little weenie."
Outraged listeners jammed phone lines and Kerry supporters cracked open cans of beer as the producer ran into the studio yelling that the show was still live and on air. Still laughing hysterically, Brad Pitt was heard to remark that the error 'would probably net them all millions of dollars', to which Paris replied, somewhat peevishly, "who the fuck cares about money? I just hope I don't lose my show because of that little pud!"
A red-faced spokestypeperson for Fox TV told a hurriedly convened press conference that due to technical difficulties with their video tape equipment, this episode of 'The Simple Life 2' would not be repeated at a later date, prompting a reporter from Britain's 'Sun' newspaper to quip "You can have my copy for nothing!"
Fox News' Shawn Hannity called the unfortunate incident 'a staged-managed assault by the axis of evil against the best damn President this nation has ever known!' HBO's Bill Maher was quoted as saying, "See, I tried to tell you.'
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