Patel told program host Doug Billings during the Brighteon.TV program's Sept. 20 edition that he wanted children to learn about the value of the truth and a life committed to it using his children's book "The Plot Against The King."
"'The Plot Against the King' went number one in the children's book realm, which kind of shocked us. But it's amazing that there are so many people out there that wanted it, and President [Donald] Trump backed the book and launched the book," said Patel, who added that a lot of educators came to them to ask for stories that teach the truth.
"So, we were motivated, and we've turned it into a trilogy. So, we're taking history, not politics, and teaching and putting it in our public schools and libraries about mission, truth, faith and things like that."
According to the Guardian, Patel's book centers on how "King Donald" had been accused of cheating by a "shifty knight." The author, who put himself in the story as a wizard, eventually proclaims the monarch innocent of any wrongdoing and that "Hillary Queenton" and her cohorts were behind the plot.
Patel continued that he and his collaborators for the book borrowed from the Left's playbook. The radical Left would often dismiss claims of election fraud and other conspiracies as taboo for children, but not topics such as critical race theory or gender dynamics.
According to Patel, his first book talks about Russiagate. Its sequel, titled "The Plot Against the King: 2000 Mules," talks about election integrity. Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, who produced the documentary "2000 Mules," feature as a protagonist.
"Two inquisitive minds, Dinesh and Debbie, search for the truth and uncover evidence of a terrible scheme to elect Sleepy Joe instead of King Donald on Choosing Day," the book's description stated.
"We're teaching kids about the consequences of elections and the issues behind them in a simple manner," the former Trump administration official told Billings. "And we're just saying, get out there and vote at the Constitutional Republic, educate your peers on why you should vote in America. That's what [the second book] is all about."
In response to Billings' question about plans to have the book in school libraries, Patel said the former president was generous enough to exclusively launch the book on Truth Social. Trump also put out a statement himself promising to get the book in every public school, library and school board meeting in America.
The author said both books touched on a principal set of morals such as doing the right or lawful thing, being righteous and serving the community. He also accused the fake news media of destroying anyone who stands with the ideals of morality and the American Dream.
Billings agreed, pointing out that there is a lost sense of morality in America today – which the Founding Fathers feared that the nation would lose. He added that mainstream media outlets are not only doing a coordinated attack on conservatives, but also on withholding and manipulating the truth. (Related: The fall of the mainstream media and the biggest lies they told in 2021.)
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