In reality, there is zero evidence of any kind to suggest that He was engaged in a political struggle.
The entire book begins with the assumption - based on nothing - that the Gospels must be the opposite of what He really was.
The book says nothing that has not been said one thousand times before.
It does not rise to the level of boring.
Mohammed says He was not the Son of God so the devout muslims repeat the warlord’s cult writings.
Muslims making up lies....what else is new
Jesus was not a Palestinian revolutionary when He said, “My kingdom is not of this world” and, “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s”, or to Pilate, “Your authority is given unto you by God”.
BTW, Reza Aslan is not to be trusted on this or any other subject.