“That’s gangster government in action. That’s where you see a President and an administration that bullies people, helps it friends, and in Obama’s own words, punishes its enemies.”
So says New York Times bestselling author David Freddoso when he and I sat down one-on-one for an exclusive interview about his new book, Gangster Government: Barack Obama and the New Washington Thugocracy, which is avaliable now online and in bookstores everywhere.
David’s no stranger to the way this President operates. In his first book, The Case Against Barack Obama: The Unlikely Rise and Unexamined Agenda of the Media’s Favorite Candidate, he outlines the rise of the junior senator from Illinois and his bevy of Chicago-land cronies that helped him along the way. It’s a provocative argument.
In the first part of a two part interview, I ask him about the term “gangster government” and why he chose it, and what is the most egregious instance of this type of corrupt cronyism in the Obama administration.
Some shocking answers.
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