The book claims that Trump, the king, was accused of cheating by a “sneaky knight”, believed to be a reference to Democratic Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff.
Patel writes that he found evidence that the “Keeper Komey”, an alleged reference to former FBI Director James Comey, put slugs in the “steel” box because of “Hillary Queenton”, who wanted also the throne. Queenton is an alleged reference to Clinton.
Let’s step out of the fantasy world and back into recent history to understand what happened during the first two years of Trump’s presidency.
The FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign after George Papadopulos, a foreign policy adviser, told an Australian diplomat that Russia had political ‘dirt’ on Hillary Clinton ahead of the 2016 presidential election , according The Guardian.
However, the Steele dossier reached the FBI investigation about a year after the 2016 election. At the time, the Republican House Intelligence Committee that Patel worked for found no evidence to support the case. Trump’s assertion.
Patel rose through the ranks, rising from Republican staffer on the House Intelligence Committee to chief of staff at the Department of Defense.
His book The plot against the king is making waves across the country, thanks to Trump’s endorsement and publisher Brave Books’ marketing strategy.
Brave Books is a company that claims its mission is to prepare children to fight against lies primarily by depicting different news stories using fantasy.