Megalomania can have a profound effect on people. Some sufferers even begin to believe the lies they tell.
Some go as far as to create a false history out of whole cloth.
People such as Mary Urashima, who invented the “Japanese Mission Trail” to embellish the history, or lack thereof, of “Historic” Wintersburg in Huntington Beach, California.
Which brings me to a review of a book recently released by Gina Clayton-Tarvin, entitled “It’s All About Me”, published by Shyster & Shyster.
The 245 page volume documents Clayton-Tarvin’s harrowing episode,”lying on the floor with 35 scared kids, while a gunman roamed nearby”.
But the book is also a source of history behind other events in Clayton-Tarvins’ life, for which no record exists, because “they just didn’t keep records back then”.
Thankfully, the publisher was able to find photographic documentation of many of the events cited in Clayton-Tarvins book, with the exception being the aforementioned “gunman” scenarios, which Clayton-Tarvin insists happened “on many occasions”.
For instance, who knew Gina Clayton-Tarvin was present at the signing of the Declaration of Independence?
Not only was she present, but Clayton-Tarvin shares the secret that she actually wrote large portions of the document.
And who would have ever thought that Gina Clayton-Tarvin was instrumental in opening up the gold fields of California?
Not only instrumental, but it is now known that it was in fact, Gina Clayton-Tarvin, who actually discovered gold in our State, leading to the expansion of California…
We all know Gina is a social justice warrior, but who knew she was at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement?
As Gina recounts in her fact filled volume, “When Martin Luther King needed someone to write speeches and rally the crowds, no one was aware that I was actually working behind the scenes to accomplish those goals. They didn’t keep those kinds of records back then. “I Have A Dream”…was all me…”
When Cesar Chavez was fighting for the rights of farm workers, Clayton-Tarvin was right there in the thick of things.
Her involvment in this struggle led Clayton-Tarvin to convince her good friend and behind the scenes lover and confidant, Barack Obama, to initiate DACA, legislation personally written by Gina Clayton-Tarvin.
In a fascinating slice of history, Clayton-Tarvin recounts her role in bringing peace to LA in the wake of the Rodney King Riots.
When Rodney King said “Can we all just get along?”
Pure Clayton-Tarvin genius.
I always knew Rodney King could have never written that line, especially after having his brains bashed in by the LAPD for smoking Angel Dust,leading Police Officers on an insane chase and being an asshole.
I often wondered who the genius was behind the scenes. Now the truth is known.
And who knew that it was Gina Clayton-Tarvin in the front seat with Al Cowlings during OJ Simpsons slow ride up the freeway?
Now it can be told.
I found this book a fascinating glimpse into the life of Gina Clayton-Tarvin and an interesting read.
The publisher forwarded me an advance copy of her newest release, entitled “A Teachers Guide to Megalomania”.
I am looking forward to reading this volume, right after we find the proof to Clayton-Tarvins “Gunman” scenarios, which will exonerate her from all of the “illigitimate” and baseless accusations that she is indeed…