The Ransom that Lies Demand
We the People and “Covfefe”
By: Najah Mahir
About the Book
Troubled by the 2016 U.S. presidential election results, the #MeToo movement, and past abusive experiences in her own life, Najah Mahir began writing to provide a solution to the lies and oppression United States citizens, particularly women, were facing on a daily basis. She arrived at The Ransom that Lies Demand: We the People and Covfefe, a nonfiction book that boldly serves as part of a movement to attain knowledge and freedom while rejecting racism and harmful ideologies.
Mahir explains that politics is just a religion that God is in charge of: a system that makes the human heart yearn for justice, and in this justice, “we look to God for freedom from things that there are no answers for.”
Mahir traces the destructive effects of lies and abuse on a personal and political level, and, in so doing, offers readers hope for a future filled with justice.