Kash Patel, who served as chief of staff to former Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller, speaks at a rally in Minden, Nevada, Friday, Oct. 8, 2022.
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Kash Patel to release new book Government Gangsters: ‘Putting the truth out for the American people’
In his book, Government Gangsters, Patel seeks to expose the corruption of the “Deep State.”
“It exists. It’s real. I wish I wasn’t writing a book on the Deep State, but whether it was my time in the Department of Justice, DOD, the intel community, the State Department, wherever — there were always bad actors in senior leadership,” Patel, who left government service in 2021, told the Washington Examiner.
Patel’s book is set to hit bookshelves on Sept. 19. Its release, however, was delayed by the federal government.
“When you are leaving government, and you want to write a book, especially when you had a security clearance like I did, you sign documents that say before you publish any memoirs or books that you will submit them back for a pre-publication review. And I’m totally for that process. It just ensures that no private data spilled; it just ensures that classified information doesn’t get out,” Patel explained. “It’s a process that takes two to three months upon submission. We submitted it, and it took them 10 months.”
Patel said he had to file a lawsuit in federal court to receive his manuscript back that saw “.05% of my book redacted, with the dumbest redactions you can possibly imagine.”
*** In making his case against the corruption of officials, specifically naming FBI Director Christopher Wray, Attorney General Merrick Garland, and former Attorney General William Barr, among multiple judges and members of Congress, Patel said he intentionally included government memorandums “so people could see that we weren’t making this stuff up.“ ***
“And the government probably doesn’t love that, but it’s their own documents that have now been publicized, which is, I think, a good move,” Patel noted.
Former President Donald Trump has praised Patel’s efforts, calling the book “a brilliant roadmap highlighting every corrupt actor, to ultimately return our agencies and departments to work for the American People.”
Patel said he expects there to be backlash from Democrats and liberal media figures.
“Go ahead. We did the research. We did the homework. We interviewed the witnesses. We went out and made sure the only thing we were going to put in these pages was the truth and not hyperbole,” Patel said. “If they want to challenge it, and I’m sure they will. But when they come, I’ll have known from my past experiences that we hit it out of the park because the harder they’re coming after you, it means the more I know that we got it right and that it was worth putting the truth out for the American people.”