Presidents and Kings
Corrupt politicians and malevolent world leaders have America on the verge of collapse. But God is raising up a righteous champion. Cranston Carter is a former black ops, combat marine who has followed the Holy Spirit to vanquish all foes, foreign and domestic. He is a modern day King David who stays on the front lines of battle. Even as President of the United States. More
Where is Cranston Carter?
An evil, worldwide organization known as the “Periphery” has seized the presidency of the United States. Freeman Shanklin, a godless, radical, globalist occupies the White House. Carter has been anointed by God to seek the presidency. During their televised debate, the president walks over to Carter in an attempt to confront and intimidate his young challenger. He ignores a warning to remove his hand from Cranston’s shoulder. A left hook to the jaw knocks the president unconscious. Carter’s righteous reaction leads to a landslide victory.
Cranston Carter, a military warrior, follows the leading of the Holy Spirit to bring the United States back from the brink of total collapse. Godless, globalist world powers are committed to crushing the one obstacle standing in their way - Christian Americans who still believe in the power of faith, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Differences between the two major political parties have evaporated. The Periphery has gained control of the country through threats and fear. Politicians are being taken away in the middle of the night for that first meeting where the Periphery’s agenda is set out by huge, evil, armed agents.
Through the power of God, Carter defeats all enemies. He triumphs over Ninja warriors during a mission in Tibet. Returning home, he foils an attempt by Periphery forces to seize a delivery of top secret computer chips. In his last battle before winning the governorship of Missouri, Carter’s twelve-man team of desert warriors joins forces with local militias to stop an attempted takeover of the southwest by a powerful Mexican warlord acting under clandestine direction of President Shanklin.
He wins the governorship of Missouri, only to have armed thugs drag him to an abandoned warehouse for a meeting with Periphery agents. A melee ensues. The thugs are neutralized. Carter is left to confront a Periphery assassin named Chin. Cranston is almost killed. Chin is left for dead, only to resurface later after Cranston decides to run for president.
As president, Carter leads fellow warriors to rid Andrews Air Force base of Russian, New World Protectorate forces. Following a Russian gunship attack on the White house, Carter travels to Moscow to confront the malevolent Russian president, Alexander Premokov. Carter follows Biblical teaching regarding how to deal with ought with a “brother.” “Premo” is a killer and former KGB boss who possesses supernatural martial arts, cage fighting skills. Before stepping into the octagon to settle their differences, the huge Russian mockingly asks Carter how can he be so confident of victory. Cranston’s reply, “Because King David never loses.” “Neither do I,” replies the over-confident Russian leader. Unknown to Carter, the battle will be witnessed live on worldwide television.
The story revolves around a small black box named Gig, invented by Pernell Puddy, a young, socially challenged, electronics genius living in his mother’s basement. He is blessed with supernatural ability to create a device with unlimited power and capabilities. The Periphery is close to creating such a device. World control is in the balance.
The United States is embroiled in three foreign wars. Scattered militia groups are the last line of protection for America. When Gig uncovers Russian and Chinese military plans for a massive invasion of America, there is fear in the White House. “King David” rallies his staff in defense of God and country. The days of passive leadership are over. Cranston is committed to being on the front lines of battle, spiritually as well as on the battlefield. He can never retire the “sword.” When criticized for taking scores of human lives in defense of his country, his only reply, “King David never apologized for killing the enemies of his nation. Neither will I.”
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