DOD’s move to delay publication of Kash Patel’s newest book is ‘selective weaponization’ from Orwellian regime

by Summer Lane

Op-Ed by Summer Lane | Photo: Alamy

When it comes to battling the Deep State, former Chief of Staff to the Secretary of Defense, Kash Patel, knows just how cutthroat it can be. Patel, who worked for the DOD during the Trump administration, is gunning for a 2023 release of his upcoming book, “Government Gangsters: The Deep State, the Truth, and the Battle for our Democracy.”

As previously reported by RSBN, Patel has brought a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense, alleging that they are “obstructing” the publication of his book by halting his publication of unclassified information.

“Once again, we are witnessing the selective weaponization of government, this time by gagging free speech and blocking my new book Government Gangsters,” Patel told RSBN.

“The manuscript highlights extensive government corruption and double play I witnessed during my tenure in U.S. government, and more importantly, how to rid those gangsters architecting the destruction of our republic,” he continued. “It is my commitment to always share the truth with the American people, and look forward to continuing to do so with the release of this important piece of history.”

The double standard of legal and political persecution has been made overwhelmingly obvious over the past few years, as the full might of Deep State corruption has worked to take aim at a singular Washington outsider, President Donald J. Trump.

Since 2015, the political predilections of the DOJ, the CIA, the FBI, and the Washington swamp have been laid shockingly bare, particularly in the wake of the FBI’s 2022 raid on Trump’s private home in Mar-a-Lago, and followed by his stunning 2023 indictment on 34 felony counts in a Manhattan criminal court.

Even worse, the legacy media and its social media tributaries have been caught red-handed suppressing stories and censoring truth, painting a chillingly Orwellian portrait of just how controlled the American narrative has become.

The corruption is so overwhelming, that not even the 51 intelligence officials who signed a letter in October 2020 declaring that the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation have yet faced justice.

In April, the House Judiciary Committee revealed that former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morrell testified that then-Biden campaign advisor Antony Blinken had been instrumental in orchestrating the letter’s creation.

Patel fired off on Truth Social, “51 Intel crooks who rigged an election: including SECDEF, DCIA, DNS, DNI can put out bogus letter and skip the mandatory review required by all govt employees prior to release without any penalty… but my manuscript, abiding by the rules for review, is sat on for 6 months n counting… im sure all 51 will immediately be stripped of their clearances. LIARS, all of em.”

Patel’s book doesn’t mince words when it comes to putting a label on the dirty dealings going on under the hood in Washington D.C.:

“A sinister cabal of corrupt law enforcement personnel, intelligence agents, and military officials at the highest levels of government plotted to overthrow a president. Even after they failed, they continue to secretly pull the levers of power without any accountability to the American people. This isn’t the synopsis of a fictional spy thriller. This is what is actually happening in the United States government.”

It’s no wonder why the DOD is bent on suppressing the information in Patel’s book. The Deep State has long survived and even thrived in the shadows. Unfortunately for the nation’s bad actors, their secret dealings have been continually exposed since Trump’s initial run for the presidency in 2016.

The delay of Kash Patel’s book publication is just another example of how hard the Deep State will work to control the narrative.

Pre-order “Government Gangsters” here.

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