America barely survived under the eight year reign of Barack Obama.
Obama and his allies did everything in their power to destroy America, and continue in that quest by defying President Trump at every turn.
But one of his key allies is done after Tucker Carlson destroyed them by revealing one shocking fact.
Throughout Obama’s presidency, the one person by his side more than anybody was Valerie Jarrett.
As his adviser, she is behind some of the worst policies to come from his administration.
Most infamously, she was behind the disastrous Iran Nuclear Deal that President Trump has since put an end to.
But since leaving office, she has little to do with Trump taking over the White House.
So she is stuck on the sidelines, mostly doing television interviews, and publishing books.
Her most recent book, Finding My Voice, came out this month and isn’t doing very well.
The book isn’t even on the top 1,000 list on Amazon or Barnes & Noble, and has very few reviews online.
Despite this, her book just got on the New York Times bestseller list at position 14.
This is raising red flags, as many experts in the publishing industry consider this unthinkable for a book with such poor sales on the top book selling platforms.
Tucker Carlson pointed this out on his Fox News show, Tucker Carlson Tonight.
“So former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett has a new book out. If you didn’t know that, you were not alone,” Carlson said. “Nobody knew that nobody cares. The book is called “Finding My Voice” and—we’re not being mean, just honest—it’s not even in the top 1,000 on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. It has almost no reviews, like four reviews.”
“So it’s not selling any copies and yet, here’s the amazing part: the New York Times put it 14th on the bestseller list. So a book that sold no copies made the New York Times best seller list.”
The fact that Jarrett is on the New York Times bestseller list is raising red flags.
While it is extremely unlikely that she is on the list legitimately, it is likely she is using shady methods to get her book on the list.
There are shady services that can increase book sales in a way that looks legitimate enough for the New York Times list.
Carlson explains this, describing potential fraud as the only real explanation, explaining that “there are private companies—the companies buy an author’s book in bulk for a fee in order to guarantee bestseller status.”
Assuming this is true, Jarrett is again finding herself in the middle of a scandal.
Her only real accomplishment of note in her life is being close to the Obama family.
Now she seems to be searching for something else, and that is by becoming a bestselling author.
The American people clearly don’t care much about Jarrett, so buying her way onto this list may be the only way for her to achieve that.
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