Despite an unpresidented lack of access to Chump’s house, investigative journalist Martha Skewermann recounts the unbelievable story behind the ethical and egoless, yet tragically star-crossed, civic leader Mayor Ronnie Chump, one of the greatest unelected public officials since Dinsdale Piranha.
Following the butt-clenching events of the 2016 mayoral election,seasoned scribbler Martha Skewermann takes the reader on a thrilling journey through the politics of Washintown. She thus relives the tale of how the inimitable Chump — the world’s kindest and most inclusive politician — had the unexpected misfortune of accidentally torching his new white house while preoccupied with the welfare of others and caring for the underprivileged in his community.
No mayor has ever united his people in grief so spectacularly. With a threadbare plot, a brilliantly formatted Contents page and a cast of the only the best people, Martha Skewermann’s Dire and Puny captures the pungent, smocky essence of the Chump administration. It will subject your sphincters to the ultimate stress-test.