Radical Democrat Representative Cori Bush (D-MO) released her new book, which sold a pitiful 729 copies according to the New York Post.
Bush's book performance looks even worse when compared to the release of former President Donald Trump's book, Our Journey Together, which sold a massive 50,000 copies in its first week.
Apparently, Bush's writing had no appeal to Americans as even in its second week, The Forerunner: A Story of Pain and Perseverance in America, only sold 288 copies.
The book tracks Bush's journey into activism that began with the riots in Ferguson, Missouri. Bush wrote, "When I wasn't in Ferguson [MO.], I would still see armored vehicles, even when they were not there. At random moments in the day, I would smell tear gas, even when none had been sprayed."
Bush has made a living grifting off of race politics, and until now, she had been extremely financially successful in translating manufactured racial grievances into massive sums of cash.
The problem for Bush is Americans are tired of the grifting and the racial politics that are pushed by Bush and her ideological contemporaries. Trump certainly has something to laugh about, as despite his notoriety, he can still make books fly off the shelves.
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