Satire Fiction posted June 16, 2023

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Fictional account of a protest gone wrong.

Wish Granted

by nomi338

Bob Stanley, Jeb Smith, and their buddy Eric Stearns were sickened when their favorite candidate Big Jim Sellers lost his bid for a second term as President of the US.
The trio had gained a level of fame for wearing tee shirts that said they would rather live in Russia than be Democrats.

They were completely shocked when they received tickets to the Soviet Union and a chance to meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin himself. They did not take notice that their tickets were one-way tickets.

Quickly accepting the invitation, they were soon wheels up. Russia greeted them with a great deal of pomp and circumstance. Treated to the finest vodka and caviar; the boys felt like royalty.

They were further honored when they were gifted with authentic Russian Army uniforms.
Thinking they were going on a tour, the guys were horrified when they found themselves on the front lines of a Ukraine battlefield.

The boys were expected to assist by using their American expertise and training. In full embarrassment they admitted to not having any combat training or experience, since none of them had ever served in the military.

As quickly as they could they surrendered to the Ukraine army, identified themselves as Americans and begged to be sent back to the US.

Fortunately for them, they were allowed back into the country. Arriving back at their homes they cut all their disrespectful tee shirts to shreds and burned the remains.



The worst thing that can happen to a protestor is that someone gives him a chance to experience the thing he has been asking for, but he does not really want.
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