Liberal weenies from sea to shining sea have been rubbing their hands together in gleeful anticipation of receiving their copy of Michael Wolff’s self-admitted work of fiction, Fire and Fury, only to be shocked when they discover that they were reading the wrong book. I’m guessing they read ten pages before the light bulb over their dense skulls came on.
Instead of reading Wolff’s salacious-but-baseless and shameful lies, the liberal weenies had been reading a World War II account of the Allied bombing of Germany, also titled “Fire and Fury”.
Please check this link. Does it appear to you to be Wolff’s book involving the Trump White House? Link…. Fire and Fury by Randall Hansen
There is an undeniably conspicuous photo of the book cover there. Liberal weenies love pictures, right? It shows WWII American, propeller-driven bombers, which are clearly dropping bombs. In large letters it reads:
The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942-1945
Then, at the bottom of the page, the author’s name is clearly listed as “Randall Hansen,” NOT “Michael Wolff.”
Also, as if liberal weenies need more hints, right there, slap in the middle of the page, Amazon was thoughtful enough to include this description of the book:
“During the Second World War, Allied air forces dropped nearly two million tons of bombs on Germany, destroying some 60 cities, killing more than half a million German citizens, and leaving 80,000 pilots dead. But the terrible truth is that much of the bombing was carried out against the expressed demands of the Allied military leadership, leading to the needless deaths of hundreds of thousands of civilians.”
And they still bought the wrong book! Can liberal weenies really be THAT stupid?
Well, they did vote for Hitlery.
Shoppers hoping to buy Michael Wolff’s new Fire and Fury book on the Trump White House have accidentally been buying a book by a World War II historian that now finds itself on some of Amazon’s bestseller lists, the Guardian reported.
The book by University of Toronto professor Randall Hanson, titled Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942-1945, was published nearly 10 years ago, but Hanson noticed an uptick of sales activity late last week.
“It amused me,” Hanson said. “Part of me thought: can people really be that dumb to be confusing these books?”
Some buyers were upset to receive Hanson’s book, which “tells the story of the American and British bombing campaign through the eyes of those involved,” according to its Amazon description.
“I had a couple of bitter comments,” said Hansen. “There was one tweet, he came forward and said, ‘I bought this book by accident and there’s no way I’m reading it,’ in kind of this accusatory tone. I thought, well, it’s not quite my fault, mate.”
Hanson says he won’t know exactly how many copies of his book were sold until he receives his royalty check next month.