Claims have proliferated that Harry Windsor’s memoir was the best-selling book of all time in the United States in its first week. The good news is that this is untrue (i.e., false, a lie, an inoperable statement, etc.). According to the Wall Street Journal on January 20, 2023, his first-week sales were 629,300 hardcover copies. That trails two other books that sold 831,300 copies and 645,900 copies. The bad news is that those two books were the Barack Obama and Michele Obama memoirs.
Are real people really buying these, or are they all being purchased by Soros / Gates / somebody?
Honestly, you can’t even trust the markets any more, the way unpopular TV shows / movies / etc. keep getting bankrolled by… whoever.
Manufactured popularity, like opinion polls are manufactured consent.
It’s all so tiresome…