Hijacking of the American Presidency : Terrorists in the White House

Hijacking of the American Presidency : Terrorists in the White House

by Assad R. Wright

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Overview

In the stunning novel Hijacking of the American Presidency, a disaffected faction of a major evangelical religious group seeks to put its own man in the White House, allowing it the ability to launch a preemptive nuclear strike on nations believed to be the future enemy of America. To accomplish this, they are willing to assassinate political figures, including the sitting president.

Disillusioned and fed up with what they consider the Twiddle-Dum, Twiddle-Dee syndrome of Washington politics, which has led to a never-ending dysfunctionality and the erosion of America's ethical and moral foundation, this ultra-conservative splinter group has picked the perfect candidate for the White House.

The group is prepared to subvert the Constitution of the United States and assassinate anyone in its way to achieve its divine mandate.

In a plot that includes the manipulation of the nation's leading scientists in nano-technology, the subversives plan to deliver time-delayed poisons to those in opposition. Faced with such an unprecedented threat, the religious unit of the Department of Homeland Security Anti-Terrorism Task Force has been called on to thwart the plot.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156753888
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Publication date: 09/29/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 500
File size: 633 KB

About the Author

Born and raised in Jamaica, Assad R. Wright attended Mico Teachers College and the University of the West Indies in Jamaica, followed by graduate work at Long Island University and CUNY Graduate Center in New York. A retired teacher, the author is now the pastor of a local assembly in Miami. This is the sequel to his first book, The Ring the Bomb and the Word: The Face of the American Homegrown Terrorist.

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