Marxist-spouting professors. Tolerant Westside liberals refusing to be tolerant. Angry protesters beating motorists and appropriating their cars in the name of "justice." Is this hell? No, it's Los Angeles.
On the most divisive day of the year, in the most racially-charged city in America, recently red-pilled movie producer John Duke is about to learn what political correctness really means: marching with the herd or losing everything, including his family.
"A New America" takes place on Election Day 2016 in the city of Los Angeles. It follows a dozen or so characters from morning until night. It's contemporary fiction, similar in structure to the movie "Crash", only told from the perspective of the alt-right. In other words, a contemporary novel about the way things really are, not the slick Hollywood pablum that's constantly shoved in our faces.
If you love God, if you love America, if you're a patriot, then you're part of the alt-right movement, whether you know it or not.