The Insider hired author of “Black Hawk Down” and artist from TV show “Archer” to make Mueller report more reader friendly.

By |2019-07-10T11:06:43-08:00July 11th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |7 Comments

And now it reads like a novel about political intrigue.

Courtesy of the Insider:

It feels as if nobody read the Mueller report. That’s a shame, because it’s an important document, depicting possible crimes by a sitting US president.

But not reading it makes sense. As a narrative, the document is a disaster. And at 448 pages, it’s too long to grind through. For long stretches, it reads less like a story and more like a terms-of-service agreement. The instinct to click “next” is strong.

And yet, buried within the Mueller report, there is a narrative that reads in parts like a thriller, like a comedy, like a tragedy — and, most important — like an indictment. The facts are compelling, all the more so because they come not from President Donald Trump’s critics or “fake news” reports, but from Trump’s own handpicked colleagues and associates. The story just needed to be rearranged in a better form.

So we hired Mark Bowden, a journalist and author known for his brilliant works of narrative nonfiction like “Black Hawk Down,” “Killing Pablo,” and “Hue 1968.”

Our assignment for him was simple. Use the interviews and facts laid out in the Mueller report (plus those from reliable, fact-checked sources and published firsthand accounts) to do what he does best: Tell a story recounting Mueller’s report that’s so gripping it will hold your attention (and maybe your congressional representative’s).

We also hired Chad Hurd, an illustrator from the art department of “Archer.” We asked him to draw out scenes from the report to bring them to life.

If you have already read the report, then you are a true patriot and you will enjoy this version all the more.

If you have not, well here is your chance to read it in a much more accessible format and you literally have no excuse to keep putting it off. 

It took me about three or four days to finally work my way through the entire Mueller report, and that does not count the days that I took breaks because it was so complex and gave me a low-grade headache. 

On the other hand, this version took me about fifteen to sixteen minutes and at the end, I felt completely enlightened. 

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  1. Anonymous July 11, 2019 at 2:23 am - Reply

    Told you so !!
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    Jeffrey Epstein claimed he introduced President Trump to wife Melania as it is revealed the two men were the only guests at a party with ’28 young swimsuit models’ at Mar-a-Lago

    Jeffrey Epstein has told people for years that he was the person who first introduced President Trump to his wife Melania

    George Houraney, who ran the calendar girl competition American Dream Enterprise, said that he Trump about Epstein were the only guests at one party

    ‘I arranged to have some contestants fly in. At the very first party, I said, “Who’s coming tonight? I have 28 girls coming.” It was him and Epstein,’ said Houraney

    President Trump threw a party in 1992 that was attended by 28 young women from a ‘calendar girl’ competition and just one guest – Jeffrey Epstein.

    The New York Times reports that George Houraney, a Florida-based businessman who ran American Dream Enterprise, put the event together at the behest of President Trump, and was shocked at what he saw when he arrived at Mar-a-Lago that night.

    ‘I arranged to have some contestants fly in. At the very first party, I said, “Who’s coming tonight? I have 28 girls coming.” It was him and Epstein,’ said Houraney.

    ‘I said, “Donald, this is supposed to be a party with V.I.P.s. You’re telling me it’s you and Epstein?”‘

    That friendship would pay off years later according to Epstein, who the Times reports has told a number of people that he introduced President Trump to his now-wife Melania.

    Houraney also said that he warned President Trump about Epstein, telling him that he ‘pretty much had to ban Jeff from my events.’

    President Trump did not seem concerned though according to Houraney.

    ‘I said, “Look, Donald, I know Jeff really well, I can’t have him going after younger girls,”‘ recalled Houraney.

    ‘He said, “Look I’m putting my name on this. I wouldn’t put my name on it and have a scandal.”‘

    Houraney was partners with Jill Harth at the time, both professionally and romantically, who would go on to file a lawsuit against President Trump claiming he sexually harassed her for years after their first meeting.

    President Trump has denied that allegation.

    He would eventually ban Epstein from the club, though he was never an actual member.

    A former campaign worker said that he was told this ban was put in place when President Trump learned that Epstein had tried to recruit one of his workers.

    And the relationship between the two soured to the point that Epstein actually blamed President Trump for the investigation into his alleged sexual abuse of young girls.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7233199/Jeffrey-Epstein-claims-introduced-President-Trump-wife-Melania.html

  2. Anon July 11, 2019 at 3:06 am - Reply

    MSNBC will do a summary of the Mueller report on Sunday evening, 9P EDT. I plan to watch.

  3. a July 11, 2019 at 3:26 am - Reply

    Q. Who will win the Pelosi/AOC catfight ?

    A. The popcorn industry

    hahahahahahahaha

    • Anonymous July 11, 2019 at 6:37 am - Reply

      And the GOP.

      AOC is the unfortunate gift the keeps on giving. Now she is claiming Pelosi is racist lol.

  4. Anonymous July 11, 2019 at 4:42 am - Reply

    Is there a link to this? I’d love to read it.

    • Gryphen July 11, 2019 at 5:13 am - Reply

      Click “insider” at the top of the page.

  5. Anonymous July 14, 2019 at 8:38 pm - Reply

    Graphic novel. You know what demographic that’s aimed at.

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