Too bad for all the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and based stickmen who just allegedly left town, because lordy would they have had a field day with this one. Democratic Party nominee for President, former Secretary of State, and two-term senator Hillary Clinton who, depending on your politics, was either the most qualified presidential candidate of the modern era yet still stumped by a demoralizing glass ceiling, or the orchestrator of a highly Satanic private email server scheme which secretly drone-executed scores of Syrians and her husband’s former mistresses is coming to San Francisco on October 6 to sign copies of her new book What Happened.
The announcement popped up Tuesday via the Books, Inc. website and a Brown Paper Tickets invite that refers to the event site as “Opera Paza.” And the $30 tickets, which include a complimentary of copy of the book, sold out within a few hours. But Books Inc. aims to still make more tickets available, claiming “We're hoping that we will be permitted to add more tickets and are working on a wait-list option. Updates to come!”
Publisher Simon & Schuster did not include this San Francisco date in a book tour press release Monday, which only included a stop at UC Davis, but they also acknowledged, “Additional events and book signings will be announced in the coming weeks.”
In that release, Simon & Schuster declares that in What Happened, “Hillary takes you inside the intense personal experience of becoming the first woman nominated for president in an election marked by rage, sexism, exhilarating highs and infuriating lows, stranger-than-fiction twists, Russian interference, and an opponent who broke all the rules.”
If you’ll just die if you can’t get a chance to meet Hillary and thank her during the three seconds it will take her to sign your book, these are all the other stops on her tour including the Davis appearance on Monday, October 9. Tickets and details for that one are not yet available, so refresh that site like it was the FiveThirtyEight polls-plus forecast in early November 2016.
The book What Happened will be released September 12.