On the dust jacket flap inside the front cover of the book, SELLOUT, one finds some incredible language is used to describe the late-1990s turmoil surrounding President Bill Clinton:
As a former Chicago prosecutor, David Schippers thought he had seen everything — treachery, double crosses, sellouts. But what he saw behind the scenes at the Clinton impeachment shocked him to his core. This is his story — the story from a man who knows more than anyone else about what went on behind closed doors leading up to the impeachment of President Clinton.
David Schippers, the former Chief Investigative Counsel of the House Judiciary Committee and a loyal Democrat, went against his party, the press, and public opinion to build a powerful case against the most corrupt President in American history and bring him to justice.
But in this startling book, Schippers shows how the entire impeachment process was what Chicago politicians call a “First Ward election” — a rigged ball game, a sellout. And he tells you who took the dives.
Based on the kind of hardball David Schippers has been willing to play throughout his life as a prosecutor, investigator and author, I called him at his Chicago office and asked him to read my latest nonfiction book, THE CLAPPER MEMO, several weeks prior to its public release. After reading it, he offered the incredibly-strong endorsement below:
Why did he like the book? I suspect he appreciated how I delivered answers to questions others have failed to ask. Questions about serious matters that not only impact men and women serving their nation in military and intelligence capacities around the world but also impact every American who finds himself facing the prospect of a polygraph exam.
I hope you’ll take Schippers’ endorsement into account and consider purchasing a copy of THE CLAPPER MEMO. If Schippers’ endorsement isn’t enough, perhaps you’ll be convinced by two other high-power endorsements the book has received.
THE CLAPPER MEMO is available in paperback and ebook versions at Amazon.