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Push Back Against Progressive Propaganda With “Draining the Swamp”!

What types of books do you read and do they influence what you write?

Draining the Swamp is focused on how the Progressive movement went from its origins in eugenics to national socialism, then onward to radically relativistic postmodernism, and finally to what I call “sociocommunism”. As an inherently seditious movement, sociocommunism keeps changing its name in attempts to disguise its real intention—which is to replace constitutional democratic US government with a totalitarian state.

In this regard, there are three excellent books which are perfect companions to Draining the Swamp:  J. Edgar Hoover’s Masters of Deceit, focused on 20th century communism in America; Jean-Francois Revel’s How Democracies Perish, focused on the international struggle between democracy and communism; and Dinesh D’Souza’s The Big Lie, focused on the pernicious history of modern progressivism.

Is Draining the Swamp aimed at any particular group?

Draining the Swamp was designed as a wake-up call for US citizens.  The sociocommunist conspiracy in the US did not die with McCarthyism.  On the contrary, it simply built on the methods of Marx, Lenin, and Hitler—as updated and codified by Alinsky—and went underground.

Sociocommunist revolutionaries have largely succeeded in permeating nearly all US educational and governmental institutions as well as the mass media.  Their methods have become so refined that they can parade themselves before the public as champions of the people, while at the same time working feverishly to replace constitutional government with a totalitarian state.

What, if any, questions does your book answer?

Draining the Swamp attempts to answer two questions:  What precipitated the current constitutional crisis, and what can be done about it?

To answer the first question, Draining the Swamp reviews some of the most egregious perfidies perpetrated by US sociocommunists over the last 100 years and makes the case that they pose an existential threat to the continuation of constitutional government. 

To answer the second question, Draining the Swamp outlines a series of measures that begins with passage of a number of amendments to the US Constitution.  While not entirely novel—as ten of the twelve proposed amendments have been previously proposed by Mark Levin—the outline includes additional steps that must be taken to stop the perversion of US educational and governmental institutions.

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