Trump Promotes Kash Patel’s ‘Amazing’ Children’s Book; Wants It in ‘Every School in America’
- Titled “The Plot Against the King,” it claims that “King Donald” was wrongly accused of cheating by a slug Keeper Komey and Hillary Queenton, and was saved by “wizard Patel” and “Duke Devin.”
Former President Donal Trump has been backing a children’s book written by one of his proteges, Kashyap ‘Kash’ Pramod Patel. Taking to Truth Social, the social media platform he created, Trump urged his followers to put this amazing book in every school in America.
Titled “The Plot Against the King,” the book claims that “King Donald” was wrongly accused of cheating by a slug Keeper Komey and Hillary Queenton, and was saved by “wizard Patel” and “Duke Devin.”
Through the book, the Indian American perpetuates the lie about the FBI investigation into Trump-Russia collusion, blaming the probe on the so-called Steele Dossier. He refers to himself as “the wizard” who saved “King Donald” along with “Duke Devin” (Devin Nunes, former congressman, currently chief executive officer of the Trump Media & Technology Group).
The Guardian noted that Patel’s “35-page tome, complete with an epilogue that details Donald Trump’s false claims about the FBI inquiry, bizarrely uses the tool of children’s fictional characters to provide a revisionist account of the probe that dogged the first two years of the Trump presidency and eventually led to a special counsel investigation.”
The book is published by conservative publisher Brave Books who calls the book “a fantastical retelling of the terrible true story.” Describing Patel as “a key player in uncovering one of our nation’s biggest injustices,” it says the book “brings a fantastical retelling of Hillary’s horrible plot against Trump to the whole family.”
Last month, Google temporarily suspended the book from its ad platform for “circumventing system policy,” Fox Business reported, citing a statement from Google to Brave Books. “Google doesn’t want users to feel misled by the content promoted in Shopping ads,” the statement said. “Promotions that represent you or your products in a way that is not accurate, realistic, or truthful.”
The suspension was later overturned. However, Patel went on the Diamond & Silk show on Mike Lindell TV and called the move a “witch hunt.”
The book’s launch came on the heels of conservative political commentator and far-right provocateur Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film “2000 Mules” peddling Trump’s election lies. The film, released in May, claims “mules,” paid or unpaid political operatives placed ballots in multiple vote drop boxes in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, which were used to make voting easier during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The film debuted in over 270 theaters across the U.S., according to a PR Newswire press release. On the first weekend itself, the film reportedly made over a million dollars on right-wing YouTube competitor Rumble’s subscription-based platform.