Blank Sheet of Paper Distributed in Front of the White House [joke]

See also, as an indirect reference: Paul Rockower, "Stand-Up Diplomacy: Humor as Public Diplomacy," uscpublicdiplomacy.org
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JB's attempt at humor:
In Trumpian times, USA's Americans are telling a joke about a suspicious-looking man named Joe Smith who is distributing pamphlets in front of the White House. In a matter of minutes, the Secret Service finds him and takes him to headquarters. Only there do the agents realize that the sheets of paper are completely blank. “But there’s nothing written here,” one of them says. Smith says: “They know quite well what I mean.”
***Stolen from the following joke [anekdot]:
In Soviet times, Russia’s Jews told a joke about a man named Rabinovitch who was distributing pamphlets in Red Square. In a matter of minutes, the KGB had found him and taken him to headquarters. Only there did the agents realize that the sheets of paper were completely blank. “But there’s nothing written here,” one of them said. Rabinovitch said: “They know quite well what I mean.”
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