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Pattern of Deception
Did the media elect Clinton in 1992?

Did they do it again in 1996?
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Pattern of DeceptionThe explosive new book Pattern of Deception assembles a mountain of evidence proving how the liberal media, especially the television networks, have promoted the Clinton agenda, both during his campaign and his presidency.

You'll learn:

  • Which TV producer bragged about setting up Clinton's campaign public relations while working for ABC. 

  • How the media campaigned to discredit Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, and Troopergate. 

  • How Clinton lied about being drafted -- and how the networks virtually spiked it. 

  • Which Time editor misled readers about Clinton being drafted -- and eventually landed the # 2 job in the State Department.

  • Which Washington Post reporter compared Clinton to Jesus Christ.

"In Pattern of Deception, you'll read how the press have given the Clinton administration a free ride on policy issues which are far more important to the future of liberalism than personal peccadilloes."
-- Cal Thomas

"The liberal media have the power to set the national agenda, and Pattern of Deception proves that his is just what they're doing."
-- L. Brent Bozell III

"Must reading for the GOP."
-- Arianna Huffington


Order your copy today!




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