Whistleblower Single Issue - March 2014
THE MOST POWERFUL WOMAN IN AMERICA: Why Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett is being called ‘the de facto president’
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Suppose you were a committed leftist revolutionary who somehow got elected president of center-right America.
Suppose you were great at making speeches, but little else. You masked your socialist agenda in the appealing rhetoric of fairness and justice, but secretly loathed the American system of constitutional government and free-market capitalism.
Suppose you were also an extreme narcissist with an absurdly grandiose view of yourself and almost no tolerance for criticism and disagreement. Your ego so fragile, your worldview so distorted, your mind so angry beneath your charismatic exterior, and your self-image of being a divinely gifted leader in danger of disintegrating in the light and heat of mounting geopolitical turmoil and your own stunning failures as president.
In short, suppose you were Barack Obama.
To “stay the course” you were on – of trampling the Constitution and forcing socialism on an unwilling America, despite plummeting disapproval and deafening calls for you to stop – you would need help. A very special and secret kind of help.
You would need Valerie Jarrett.
The March 2014 issue of WND’s acclaimed Whistleblower magazine, titled “THE MOST POWERFUL WOMAN IN AMERICA,” tells the utterly astonishing story of the little-known woman in the White House the New York Times Magazine’s former editor-in-chief calls “in many ways the de facto president.”
Highlights of “THE MOST POWERFUL WOMAN IN AMERICA” include:
- “The key to understanding Barack Obama” by Joseph Farah
- “The shadow president: Why top White House adviser Valerie Jarrett truly is ‘Obama’s Rasputin’” by David Kupelian
- “All in the (political) family: Obama's Marxist mentor and Valerie Jarrett and David Axelrod” by Paul Kengor
- “Who is Valerie Jarrett?” by Edward Klein, in which the former New York Times Magazine editor in chief says Jarrett “is in many ways the de facto president”
- “Bizarre czars in the White House” by Art Moore, on some of the most radical characters ever to populate the top level of executive branch, all recruited by Valerie Jarrett
- “Obama's strange dependence on Valerie Jarrett” by Karin McQuillan, who explains, “When Obama looks at Jarrett, he sees himself as whole and good and real”
- “Valerie Jarrett’s radical roots” by John Perazzo, on why Obama picked someone with no diplomatic experience to secretly negotiate with Iran
- “Valerie Jarrett dating Muslim athlete”
- “The Benghazi scandal’s female factor” by By Frank J. Gaffney Jr., on the women that played big roles before and after the attack in Libya
- “Did Valerie Jarrett issue the order to stand down in Benghazi?”
- “White House planned the government shutdown” by Garth Kant, who reveals that “Republicans walked into a trap set up by Valerie Jarrett and President Obama”
- “General blames 'Night Stalker' for military purge: Says mysterious adviser's influence on Obama now negatively affecting U.S. armed forces” by F. Michael Maloof
- “The Jarrett File: What we know about Obama’s secretive adviser” by Andrew Stiles
- “Jarrett and Sebelius launch impassioned gay outreach” by Jerome R. Corsi, on the White House campaign to recruit LGBT people into Obamacare
- “Our bored president: ‘It's stunning that he's in politics, because he really doesn't like people’” by Ed Lasky
- “I agree with Valerie Jarrett” by Star Parker, who says “A woman's health decisions 'should be in her own hands' – not Obama's!”
“For those who thought they understood Obama, his agenda and his modus operandi,” said Whistleblower Editor David Kupelian, “all I can say is: Read “THE MOST POWERFUL WOMAN IN AMERICA” and your eyes shall be opened.”
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