The Whistleblower: How the Clinton’s Stayed in Power
Hillary Clinton 2016. Prison or POTUS?
What’s old is new again. Before Hillary Clinton became President Barack Obama’s Secretary of State and launched her second presidential bid, there was Whitewater, Travelgate, the death of White House lawyer, Vince Foster, and much, much more.
This is the book the Clinton’s do not want you to read. It begins with my cloak and dagger adventure with Linda Tripp and takes the reader deep inside the Clinton White House. Tripp served outside of President Bill Clinton’s Oval office and Hillary Clinton’s presidential counsel office. She was not publicly maligned to the point of becoming radioactive during the “impeachment thing” because of Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Who is the Whistleblower? It’s not who you think it is.
The Whistleblower chronicles how Washington’s ruling elite have established a special justice system with special rights reserved for themselves at the expense of America—and how the careerists in Washington have helped to overthrow the principles of “One Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”
The story reveals a disturbing truth: the strategies and tactics that protected the Clinton White House from prosecution have reemerged and are being used today in the Obama administration—widely considered to be the Clintons’ third term in office. These corrupting games played at the highest levels jeopardize liberty, the freedom of speech, and make a mockery out of the rule of law.
Investigative journalist Marinka Peschmann has earned a devoted following because of her efforts to expose official corruption. She now fires a badly needed warning shot that puts the corrupt on notice and provides encouragement to those who expect and deserve better of their public servants. Her work reads like a morality play—an allegory for our era offering a far greater message for America and a path to redemption for our political system through its often-surprising exposé of well-known and less-known characters of the Clinton era.
The Whistleblower begins before the indictments of the Clinton White House were abandoned as yesterday’s news and the legal resolve for convictions had been exhausted. It is a must-read for anyone who seeks liberty and justice for all.
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