A book titled, “Reasons to Vote for Democrats: A Comprehensive Guide,” was listed as the No. 1 best-seller on Amazon Thursday. However, before Democrats get too excited, they should know this one thing: Every page is blank — all 266 pages.
This book — currently listed as the No. 1 best seller on Amazon — is blank. https://t.co/SRwZvMFXPo— Kate Scanlon (@Kate Scanlon) 1489076834.0
WE DID IT! A book of blank pages trolling Democrats is the #1 bestselling book in the world!!! https://t.co/W7ZEHZXZSM— Michael Knowles (@Michael Knowles) 1489075502.0
The book is billed as the “most exhaustively researched and coherently argued Democrat Party apologia to date” and as “a political treatise sure to stand the test of time.”
Ben Shapiro, nationally syndicated columnist and New York Times best-selling author, praised it as "thorough."
Michael J. Knowles, managing editor for the Daily Wire and the book’s author, recently posted a video showing someone flipping through the book of blank pages.
Coming soon to Amazon #WorldBookDay https://t.co/I7hOtksxcv— Michael Knowles (@Michael Knowles) 1488512594.0
Knowles told Fox News' "Fox and Friends" Thursday that “what’s really great about this book, you can go cover-to-cover in about 15, 20 seconds. It took a very long time to research this book.”
“I’ve been observing the Democratic Party for at least 10 years now, and when I observed their record and reasons to vote for them — on reasons of economics or foreign policy or homeland security or civil rights and so on — I realized it was probably best to just leave all the pages blank,” Knowles said.
The first blank chapter is about “values,” he said.
“When I started researching the book and going through this exhaustive study process, at first I turned to the 2012 Democratic National Convention, and it turned out they were deciding whether or not to include God in their party platform,” Knowles said. “And the Democrats booed God. That’s not good. So I decided probably if I’m going to make a good case to vote for Democrats, probably just leave that chapter blank.”
(H/T: Washington Times)