What’s happening right now, must’ve been done by Liu Yue.
However, if this was done by Liu Yue’s hands, then it also meant that she is fighting against Yelu Ji. The officials would then become just like a fish in a point. However, there would be no harm done to them if the two tigers fight.
Although no one knew how Liu Yue was able to poison them without them noticing, the officials in the hall that had stayed neutral to the affairs, were slightly relieved.
“Liu Yue, this is definitely done by you! You want to harm the people of Bei Mu!” Yelu Ji was the first to react from the shock. His eyes almost popped out of his socket. The ferocity within his eyes was so great that it was as if he wanted to swallow Liu Yue whole.
“I was right about you from the start. You’re just a jackal. You haven’t even become the Regent of Bei Mu yet, and you’re already planning to get rid of all the officials. Once you become the Regent, then we’ll all be finished. Liu Yue, you are definitely a spy sent from the Central Plains. Your goal is to kill us and destroy Bei Mu. You are here to harm Bei Mu!”
As soon as these words were spoken, the officials who had just felt relieved, felt their heart almost jump out again. A spy from the Central Plains?’
“You talk too much.” Ouyang Yu Fei, who was sitting next to Yelu Ji, picked his ear and threw at Yelu Ji. No one knew where the slap had hit, but the slap had instantly forced Yelu Ji’s mouth to open, but no words came out.
The officials who were sitting on their chairs looked at each other with an ugly expression.
“What do you want to do,” the Third Royal Uncle asked. His voice was trembling, obviously fearful.
Liu Yue drank the wine leisurely. Her sharp eyes had been constantly observing all the actions in front of her. She grasped the wine cup in her hand and leaned against the chair as she slowly asked, “What do I want to do? No, I should be the one asking this question. What do you want to do?”
Below the platform, where the officials sat, no one dared to speak.
Glancing coldly at the silent crowd, a hint of sternness flashed by Liu Yue’s eyes. She snorted coldly and said, “You all know very well what kind of heart I have towards Bei Mu. If I have a second hard and if I’m a spy sent from the Central Plains, then I wouldn’t have rescued the emperor of Bei Mu.
The Huns killed your emperor and Empress Dowager Xiao. Once the two countries are in a dispute, the Central Plains can naturally reap the benefits after both countries are weakened. Even an idiot can calculate this.”