Opinion | Hamilton: Hollywood rejects Wonderland-Orwellian thriller
January 10, 2019
Satire. Once upon a time, a Hollywood screenwriter pitched the studio head of 20th Century Metro a screen play for a political thriller. Here’s the plot: The presidential candidate of the Blue Party, known as the Blue Queen, became so afraid of the candidate of the Red Party, known as the Red Fox, that she and the Blue Party hire a law firm to act as a cut-out to pay the intelligence services of Perfidious Albion (the UK), and agents of the Sovetsky Soyuz, also known as the Evil Empire, to make up negative stories about the Red Fox and give them to selected U.S. G-men and women, formerly called Fibbies by lesser law enforcement agencies, but now called Fibbers-in-Action (FBI), and also give them to a group referred to by foreign intelligence agencies as Christians-in-Action (CIA), and to the mainstream media (MSM), also known as the Big Story (BS).
The Head Fibber, before he is fired for incompetence by President Red Fox, was supposed to be investigating allegations that the Blue Queen had been compromising classified security documents by hosting them on her non-secure, private server. In fact, the Blue Queen and the Black King (President Red Fox’s predecessor) had been passing classified information on her non-secure server between the two of them. Especially, about the Benghazi fiasco.
So, the Black King puts out the word to Fibbers-in-Action and to the Christians-in-Action that the Blue Queen is not to be brought before the Bar of Justice. Speaking of Justice, the Black King told his person at the DOJ, the law firm retained by the Deep State, to get word to the Head Fibber to deep-six the allegations against the Blue Queen, which he did.
Wait. There’s more. The former Head Fibber gets the number-two at the Deep State’s law firm (DOJ) to appoint the Mueller Force (MF) to investigate President Red Fox for doing what the Black King, the Blue Queen, Perfidous Albion, the Fibbies, and the Christians-in-Action had done which was tocollude with the Sovetsky Soyuz for the purpose of interfering with the Red Fox campaign and with the Red Fox presidency.
So brazen is this turning the facts upside down that it makes Tricky Dick, a former president, look like a choir boy hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on the south lawn of the White House. The Head of MFlabors for more than two years but is unable to lay a glove on President Red Fox; however, the MF is able to shake down some former associates of Red Fox and get them to plead guilty to “process crimes,” not related to Red Fox.
But here’s the big plot twist: Lady Justice in the form of a “deus ex machina,” descends from the Heavens and makes everything right. The Black King, the Blue Queen, the former Head Fibber, the Head MF, two former intelligence heads, and some senior DOJ and Fibber officials are all indicted, tried, and convicted. Finis.
“What do you think of the plot?” asks the screenwriter. The studio mogul replies, “Since you have the facts, people might believe the front part of your story. But that Lady Justice part? No way!”
Nationally syndicated columnist, William Hamilton, is a laureate of the Oklahoma Military Hall of Fame, the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame, the Nebraska Aviation Hall of Fame, the Colorado Aviation Hall of Fame, and the Oklahoma University Army ROTC Wall of Fame. Dr. Hamilton is the author of The Wit and Wisdom of William Hamilton: the Sage of Sheepdog Hill, Pegasus ImprimisPress (2017). “Central View,” can also be seen at http://www.central-view.com.