“There’s no better way to overpower a trickle of doubt than with a flood of naked truth.”
-Frank Underwood, House of Cards
Maybe it’s because he doesn’t have time to read a million news sources. Maybe it’s because he has public and personal interests, and he likes to keep up with them all. Whatever the reason, Frank Underwood has started showing up on Prismatic.
I had sort of forgotten about it, until I saw this in my inbox:
I was stunned, and a little confused. My curiosity got the better of me, so I clicked through:
I was curious what else Frank was up to on Prismatic, so I did a little snooping in the backend. Check out the top 3 stories in Frank’s feed, and if they suit you, you can follow Frank (Mr. Vice President to you) on Prismatic.
Here's what he might be reading at this very moment:
"As Russian troops consolidate their hold on border posts and key military installations in the Ukrainian region of Crimea, the White House is rushing to build a coalition to oppose further Russian advances in the region..." [see more]
“Those who practice this art are often immoderately pleased at their abilities to conceal, evade, mislead and leave a completely false impression. It's ''protecting the minister''. It is regarded as one of the highest calls of duty upon the senior public servant. Even as old bonds of fidelity and confidence between politician and public servant wither…” [see more]
Check out more of Frank's interests, and keep an eye out for him on Prismatic. Follow him at your own risk, though. Friends make the worst enemies.
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