Larry Evans is an innocent man, and the president of the United States keeps tweeting about him.
While on a business trip to New Jersey, Larry is having a relaxing drink at the hotel bar. The next day, he stands in front of a judge, facing assault charges.
He didn’t do anything, but tell that to the multiple eye witnesses. The case whips up a media frenzy, and soon everyone is chiming in on his guilt or innocence—including state and federal officials. Larry loses his job and spends his days behind bars, reading the media reports swirling around him.
When video surveillance footage of the night at the hotel bar surfaces, Larry enlists the help of Benjamin Dowds, an attorney with a dubious background, to sue everyone who has wronged him. And if he plays his cards right, he might just expose the corruption at the heart of the American government before they shut him down.
If only the American government were in charge.