Sometimes the headlines are ripped from the blurb of an international best-selling novel
Take for instance the latest event generated from the political interference by the Russians scandal in the United States
How would it read?
Take what appears to be an ordinary student in an American University, who has the ability to find and seduce various men with apparent political clout for the purpose of subverting election results.
This would be rather startling if it was not in the United States because everyone from the national rifle association down knows any politician federal state or local can be bought. There’s also the fact the femme fatale is not all that good looking, but on the other hand, men can always be seduced
In fact, you would have to question the legitimacy of any elected official in that country because anything to do with politics is susceptible to bribery and corruption, from any number of lobby groups the doyen of which is the NRA.
Just look what they’ve managed to achieve. Any madman and his dog can now print a gun without restriction and go on a killing rampage. The Russians are the least of US citizens problems
But I digress.
The blurb reads on.
The president recently elected in what could only have been described as an impossible result realized that the American people are now waking up to the possibility of his election victory was not as impossible or legitimate as originally thought has his closest aides scrambling for anything to grab the people attention away from the truth.
A Russian spy has been dragged out of the shadows and put on display. Fearing that is not enough a plan is hatched to go to war with the rest of the world on the trade and military alliance front with solutions to coming crises in the bank for when everyone started to be affected by what seems senseless tariffs and endless attacks from those who were once allies.
But what’s really going on. Has the president been bought by the Russians, or does he have a darker and more sinister plan afoot? Are his battles with Russia, China, and North Korea merely diversions?
The balance of power is on a knife edge and only one man [or woman] can save a world on the brink of nuclear annihilation.
You have to admit it’s a hell of a plotline.
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And now you have to insert in this flap copy the fact that “his trusted confidante and chief fixer is poised to spill the beans–not just one or two beans but the entire can.”