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Stephen King,  along with 599 D List authors who publish grocery store fiction, are writing against Trump. Like their books, nobody will read their manifesto.


LA Times:


More than 600 American writers, including Stephen King, Junot Diaz, Cheryl Strayed and Dave Eggers, have signed an “open letter to the American people” pledging their opposition to Trump’s candidacy.

The letter, posted on the website Literary Hub and credited to authors Andrew Altschul and Mark Slouka, states in no uncertain terms that Trump “deliberately appeals to the basest and most violent elements in society” and “denigrates women and minorities.”

The writers lay out a long list of reasons they’re opposed to Trump, including “because the history of dictatorship is the history of manipulation and division, demagoguery and lies” and “because neither wealth nor celebrity qualifies anyone to speak for the United States,to lead its military, to maintain its alliances, or to represent its people.”




These writers are clueless and should stick to writing semi-pornographic erotica for bored senior citizens.

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