When a tycoon and reality TV star improbably wins his party's nomination for the presidency, pundits and analysts are as baffled as they are certain that he will never win the general election. What can a man who already lives at the top of a golden skyscraper with a supermodel wife still want?
Absent entirely from their prognostications is the possibility that it could be to gorge upon the brains of the living! That he dreams of building a border wall to better keep delicious humans in! That he seeks to make American great again. . . for zombies!
Only an unlikely journalistic partnership between a reporter fresh from J-school and a blogger who is derided and dismissed as "fake news" seems to have any chance of derailing the tycoon's plans and exposing him as a member of the walking dead.
Yet a terrifying question still remains. . . In a nation divided along political lines as never before, will such a revelation change anything? Or will a candidate revealed to be a proud "Zombie American" simply be another stepping stone on a historic (and not-so-above-board) journey to the presidency?