This book is a defense of the rule of law, which came under sustained attack by high government officials who abused their positions of power to subvert our system of justice and undermine the democratic process.
As facts emerged, legal analyst Gregg Jarrett became incensed that top figures at the FBI and Department of Justice deliberately abused their offices. They absolved Hillary Clinton of flagrantly violating felony statutes. They weaponized other laws and regulations to investigate Trump without legal justification, in an effort to destroy him. They compromised essential principles and damaged the nation's trust.
As The Russia Hoax details, there was never any plausible evidence that Trump or his campaign collaborated with Russia to win the presidency. The FBI had no legal basis to initiate its investigation. Facts were invented or exaggerated. Laws were perverted or ignored. The law enforcers became lawbreakers; James Comey's scheme to trigger the appointment of his friend as special counsel was a devious maneuver by an unscrupulous man. His insinuation that the president obstructed justice was another canard designed to inflame the liberal media. Sure enough, they became witting accessories.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Gregg Jarrett is the New York Times best-selling author of The Russia Hoax. He is a legal and political analyst for Fox News, and was an anchor at the network for fifteen years. Before joining Fox News, he was an anchor and correspondent for MSNBC and an anchor at Court TV. He is a former trial attorney. He lives in Connecticut.
"If you want in one hand the entire compendium of the effort to overturn the election results of 2016 from the Steele dossier to the corruption of the deep state to the exoneration of Hillary Clinton to the Mueller investigation, if you want to have in your hand every detail, every explanation, get this book. From the front cover to the back of the book it is chock-full with evidence, explanations, the history of what happened, the timeline. And it's written in a very enjoyable-to-read way."