**Kash Patel, former Trump administration official, fights against government censorship of his forthcoming book “Government Gangsters,” exposing how deep state actors sought to undermine President Trump’s monumental successes.**
Kash Patel, former Department of Defense Chief of Staff and Deputy Director of National Intelligence under President Trump, battled for nine months to secure the necessary security clearance for his book “Government Gangsters.” According to Patel, deep state operatives delayed the release of the book to cover up the government’s nefarious activities against President Trump during his time in office.
The book exposes the corrupt actors Patel encountered during his tenure, illustrating the lengths to which they went in order to undermine the Trump administration’s greatest achievements, such as the Baghdadi raid, hostage rescues, and the Afghan withdrawal. Patel believes these actions were taken to prevent Trump from receiving any credit for these victories in the lead-up to the 2020 election cycle.
In his book, Patel highlights the propaganda and collusion between government officials and the media, as well as the sham investigations, raids, and indictments against President Trump and his supporters. This culture of corruption is personified by government gangsters, like FBI Director Chris Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, who spearheaded the Russiagate scandal.
Due to the sensitive nature of his manuscript, Patel submitted “Government Gangsters” for pre-publication review by the Department of Defense, a process that usually takes three to four months. However, this process was delayed by a staggering nine months as the manuscript was sent to an unprecedented nine separate agencies and departments for