The Whitewashed House by V. F. Christoffer
The Internet Roars with Indictments of Fraud, Lies, Murder, and Cover-ups against the Obama White House

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This book takes an in-depth look at what Internet researchers and contributors are reporting about Obama and his Administration. Internet contributors throughout the U.S. and the world speak freely on every subject and have become the de facto standard for unfettered information on everything, especially politics. This book reveals the accusations of fraud, murder, lies and cover-ups brought against the Obama White House by these Internet researchers and contributors.

The mainstream media will always be bias in their reporting and will fail to reveal the whole truth especially when it comes to politics. With the advent of the World Wide Web (WWW) or Internet, the mainstream media (MSM) has taken an unofficial backseat to honest reporting. The American public can no longer depend on the MSM to deliver the whole truth with half-truths and distortions being the norm.

The U.S. Government can no longer be trusted to do it’s job of protecting the people and the Constitution. Will the three branches of government reveal the absolute truth about the Obama Administration? Are they not government employees where political correctness is the standard and obtaining a straight answer is next to impossible? These bureaucrats will bend to political pressure from individuals in other parts of the government and their constituents.

With over two billion users, the Internet has become a treasure trove of sometimes shocking revelations immediately available to the public. The MSM traditionally disregards most WWW information since it doesn’t fit their style of biased reporting. This book circumvents the distortion by the MSM to report what the world is reporting about Obama and his Administration.

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Published September 10, 2012 by Christoffer Publishing. 236 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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