It looks like The White House might have more important things to do than focusing their attentions on the one man Canadian plague that is Justin Bieber.
The government's lips have remained glued tightly shut about the infamous Bieber deportation petition, and it seems that 273,000 angry voices will not be heard.
The only official comment that The White House made on the strongly worded plea to oust Bizzle was "we won't be commenting on this case". According to the Los Angeles Times (who are unfortunate enough to have the stubborn stain tarnishing their home turf) the government have every right to do this. According to the paper;
The White House response went on to explain that the terms of its petition service say "the White House may decline to address certain procurement, law enforcement, adjudicatory, or similar matters properly within the jurisdiction of federal departments or agencies, federal courts, or state and local government in its response to a petition
In other words, there is a sneaky little loophole the government can bolt through so they can worry about small issues like health care and poverty instead of repellent little pop stars.
Whereas I was initially disappointed by this betrayal, I have quickly come to terms with it. Watching Bieber getting deported would be like on of those hideous videos of enormous pustules being burst. Fascinating, but vile.
Can you imagine the epic tornado of a tantrum he would throw before he was booted out? The surrounding area would be awash with egg yolk and the screams of the innocent as Bizzle drunkenly stumbled around in his diaper pants, killing all the flora and fauna in his path with his foul sizzurp.
Also, the inevitable anti USA Twitter rants would mean his angry little gremlin face would be staring out at us from every conceivable magazine forever.
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