REPORT: KASH PATEL SUES DOD FOR HOLDING UP PUBLICATION OF HIS BOOK ABOUT ‘GOVERNMENT GANGSTERS’
Kash Patel, the former Chief of Staff to the Secretary of Defense during the Trump administration, is suing the U.S. Department of Defense for “obstructing” the publication of his upcoming book, “Government Gangsters: The Deep State, the Truth, and the Battle for our Democracy.”
Patel spoke exclusively with Breitbart about his complaint, according to which the DOD is preventing him from publishing unclassified information in his book, which is scheduled to be released in the summer of 2023.
Patel wrote on Truth Social, “The US govt is illegally censoring and preventing the release of my new book, #GovernmentGangsters… so Im suing them. Must be a few reasons @realDonaldTrump called this book ‘the roadmap to winning in 2024’ – We will not bend the knee[.]”
“The three-count lawsuit accuses the DOD of infringing on his First Amendment right to publish his book, unreasonably delaying formal completion of the classification review, and asks the court to allow his legal counsel to access any alleged classified information the DOD claims is within the book.”
The Deep State is referred to as “a diabolical gang of corrupt law enforcement employees, intelligence operatives, and military officials at the highest levels of government” who “plotted to remove a president” in Patel’s book, which takes a tough stance against governmental corruption.
The book description continues, “Even after they failed, they continue to secretly pull the levers of power without any accountability to the American people. This isn’t the synopsis of a fictional spy thriller. This is what is actually happening in the United States government.”
The Conspiracy Against the King and The Plot Against the King 2: 2,000 Mules are two children’s books written by Patel. Both books are kid-friendly accounts of the real-life story of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign scheme to discredit then-candidate Donald Trump and the evidence of vote trading shown in Dinesh D’Souza’s film “2,000 Mules.”