Washington, DC—After the White House pointed the finger at China after a rash of recent cyber-attacks, the Asian country nearly wet itself with rage. Upon changing, China’s President Xi Jinping immediately flew to our nation’s capital to confront our President.
President Jinping, initially very cordial, peppered President Obama with questions, “That is a lovely dog you have there. Is he your favorite? My mother’s maiden name was Chen, what was your mother’s maiden name?”
When they finally decided to meet in the Oval Office, Jinping said, “Those are beautiful flags by your desk. In elementary school I had to make a Chinese flag. Incidentally, where did graduate from elementary school?”
When the conversation turned to the recent wave of cyber-attacks plaguing some of our government agencies, Jinping said, “We would never attempt such a thing on our American allies. We are highly offended! But, if you scribble your birthdate and your social security number on this paper, we’ll give the whole thing a miss.”
Obama later told the press he hasn’t been this angry since the Pentagon let their Norton subscription expire.