Like so many Americans who enjoy politics, I followed the 2016 election long before President Trump was the nominee, as well as the aftermath which has continued as Robert Mueller’s “investigation” goes on and on. Because of that I was interested in reading Jerome Corsi’s new book Killing the Deep State – The Fight to Save President Trump. I wanted to find out what Corsi’s take was on all that’s gone on.
In Killing the Deep State, Jerome goes into a lot of detail on the different aspects of the attacks on President Trump. Starting with the FBI and the multitude of key players including Comey, Page, Strozok, Rosenstein, McCabe, the Ohrs and Christopher Steele. We can’t leave out Hillary Clinton and company, nor the Department of Justice with their cast of characters. How does Julian Assange and the main stream media fit into the puzzle?
But why all the attacks? It was just another election, right? It happens every four years, someone wins and someone loses. What made the 2016 Election different? That’s where Jerome Corsi starts diving in and unpeeling the Russian Collusion narrative and what’s behind it. Who are the driving forces and why?
With all that’s gone on over the last three years, I had forgotten some of the happenings. But Jerome Corsi goes in to great detail to document what’s happened and explain why it’s happened. This book is well researched and well documented, over twenty percent of the book lists details about the sources of information.
Like Trump or hate him, whether you are a supporter or critic, most people will acknowledge that there have been unprecedented, multifaceted and unrelenting attacks on President Trump like nothing we’ve seen before.
Whether you are a Republican, Democrat or Independent, I think we can all agree that no one should be above the law. We want our government officials and law enforcement to operate within the law and not corrupt it for their own agenda. The agenda that someone might support today, because they don’t like the current President, can easily be turned around and used against them by the next administration or group in power.
I do recommend Jerome R Corsi’s book Killing the Deep State. It was very interesting and if I can be honest, it was kind of depressing. Reading about corruption within our own government is very unsettling and overwhelming.
If you like politics and want to know what’s happened over the last few years, you’ll want to read Killing the Deep State by Jerome Corsi. He presents theories as to what motivates and drives the corruption that we’ve seen take place. You may agree with it or have your own theories.
I would like to thank NetGalley and Humanix Books for the opportunity to read Killing the Deep State by Jerome R Corsi in exchange for an honest review. I was under no obligation to give a favorable review.