Citing “a publishing error,” the writer of a guide model of “2000 Mules” — a documentary movie by the conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza that used dubious evidence and logical leaps to assert widespread poll field fraud — stated the guide can be delayed till the autumn.
The guide was initially scheduled to be launched on Aug. 30 by Regnery Publishing, a division of Salem Media Group, which produced the documentary and calls itself “America’s main media firm serving the nation’s Christian and conservative communities.” Regnery’s authors embody conservative figures similar to Ann Coulter, Senator Ted Cruz, Dennis Prager, Sebastian Gorka and Senator Josh Hawley, whose guide “The Tyranny of Large Tech” was revealed by Regnery after being dropped by Simon & Schuster.
Regnery said on Twitter this week that the publication date was postponed to Oct. 25 “because of a publishing error.” Thomas Spence, Regnery’s president and writer, wrote in an e mail that “the error doesn’t have an effect on the argument of the guide.”
Regnery didn’t reply to questions in regards to the nature of the error.
It’s extremely uncommon for a writer to recall and reprint a guide over an error. As a substitute, publishers have a tendency to repair errors in digital and paperback editions.
Mr. D’Souza wrote on Twitter that “in some way a major error acquired missed by the writer” however “is now corrected.”
“There’s an elaborate sausage-making course of that goes right into a guide,” he wrote. He didn’t reply to a request for remark.
The publication delay was reported on Twitter this week by a contract reporter, Nancy Levine.