It’s no secret that the 2016 Presidential election ripped apart the United States in more ways than one. But one of the most noticeable divisions lies between those who support Donald Trump and those who don’t. Let’s just say that both sides feel very strongly about their views.
Take “political analyst” David King, for example. He just released his new book Why Trump Deserves Trust, Respect & Admiration a month ago, and it’s been a pretty big success. It promises to give readers reasons as to why our newest President-elect isn’t as terrifying and oppressive as he might have seemed over the last year.
King’s book, however, comes with a HUGE twist.
Twitter user @jigokunt couldn’t resist showing off how fantastic it is. The front and back cover of the book seem normal enough, with a brief description claiming it to be “a refreshingly different biographical masterpiece.” The description also claims that the author analyzes Trump’s virtues and qualities, giving off the impression of thorough research on the man.
Seems pretty standard, right? King’s work promises valid reasons to accept Trump as our next President.
The plot twist? The pages of the book are totally blank.Twitter/@jigokunt
The only words are footnotes reading “These blank pages speak a thousand words, but feel free to use for notes.” King basically says there is nothing that could logically argue why Trump deserves trust, respect and admiration. And he makes said argument available for $8.
The paperback is available on Amazon, and has a 4.3 star review from satisfied customers. Even better is the description, which continues to sh*t on Trump: “This book is full of blank pages. Despite years of research, we could not find anything to say on this subject, so please feel free to use this book for notes.”
Of course, the Internet lost its mind over this glorious “biographical masterpiece”:
I just cant even right now, maybe its like Tom Riddles diary, once you write in it, it responds back.
— UNSC Spartan-II/ODST Kota 090 (@KotaHusky90) December 29, 2016
The only downside to this book is that it came into our lives after Christmas is over. Maybe we should start making New Year’s Eve gifts a thing, so we have an excuse to buy one for ourselves. Better get one sooner than later, lest our new President bans books altogether because of this.
[H/T: Elite Daily]