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Abraham Lincoln was not assassinated. He faked his death and moved to South America in order to avoid the mess of post-Civil War Reconstruction and get away from his nagging wife. John Wilkes Booth, the talented actor Lincoln hired to help pull off the scheme, soon faked his own death and joined Lincoln in South America, where the two became drinking buddies and notorious playboys.
Mark Twain, often considered the most famous pen name in American literature, was not actually adopted as a pen name. Before becoming a writer, young Samantha Clemens chose the name after she underwent the first—and bloodiest—sex change operation ever performed in the United States.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was not wheelchair-bound because he was crippled by polio. He was simply a bit lazy and didn’t want to get up.
The Allies did not win World War II. In 1943, the United States concluded that it could not defeat Germany and reached a peace agreement with Hitler. Most Americans do not realize it, but the Nazi party still rules Europe under the leadership of Adolph’s grandson, Rufus Hitler.
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John F. Kennedy did not sleep with Marilyn Monroe. He had planned to, but changed his mind when he found out that she had been born a man. His brother, Robert F. Kennedy, didn't let that stop him.
North Dakota is no longer part of the United States. It seceded from the Union in 1993, but the story was not widely reported because nobody cares about North Dakota. North Dakota became an independent nation known as the People’s Republic of North Dakota. In 1995, North Dakotan President Bob Jenkins was overthrown by a military coup and North Dakota became a fascist dictatorship. Throughout the late 1990s, the North Dakotan government perpetrated a genocide in which all people with an IQ over 100 were rounded up and killed. Nearly a dozen died. In 2000, North Dakotan troops attempted to invade Canada, but were repulsed when an elderly Canadian man living near the border fired a shotgun at them.
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