For some reason, Glenn Beck has written a thriller, 'The Overton Window.' And for some weirder reason, it has a trailer (though to be fair, this is more like a teaser). Needless to say, it's just as crazy and ridiculous as you'd expected it to be.
The content of said trailer ups the ante with each over-the-top line. Upon hearing that Beck had written a thriller, it's easy to assume it's a thrill-ride about a chalkboard who was kidnapped because it loved America too much. Obviously.
But that'd be wayyyy off. With lines like "The dog returns to his vomit" and "The burnt fool's bandaged finger goes wabbling back to the fire," it's very clear what this book is about. Nothing.
UPDATE: This was not meant to imply that Beck wrote the lines used in the trailer. They are from a Rudyard Kipling poem, "The Gods of the Copybook Headings."
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