KKK sues Kardashians for copyright infringement: "'K's were our thing"
TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA-- Klu Klux Klan Grand Cyclops, Jim-Bob Hank-Williams, announced that the Klan had filed a lawsuit against the Kardashian family alleging copyright infringement.
"'K' is our letter. We won't stand for it being appropriated by Kim, Kourtney, and the ugly one," he said. "They can have 'C,' or 'B,' or 'D,' - any of the other letters. But we want 'K' back," he said.
When reporters asked Hank-Williams if there was a precedent for an organizing claiming ownership of an entire letter in the alphabet, Hank-Williams said, "Yes absolutely!," and cited an obscure 1932 Alabama judgement in which federal agents were ordered off of a private residence due to "their working for the fancy, big-city federal government."
When asked what that decision had to do with the present situation, Hank-Williams replied that he didn't trust our reporter "on account of he looks like a Mexican or something."
The Kardashians declined to comment, saying they had never heard of the KKK or the state of Alabama.