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The Clintons' War on Women by Roger Stone and Robert Morrow

The Clintons' War on Women by Roger Stone and Robert Morrow book cover
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Political consultant Roger Stone just released a revolutionary new book titled "The Clintons' War on Women," which is billed to shed light on a shocking truth that Clinton so elaborately kept tightly wrapped and one that apparently opposes her promise to be an advocate of women and girls.

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As stated in the description for the title, the book promises to show in detail "how Bill and Hillary Clinton systematically abused women and others-sexually, physically, and psychologically-in their scramble for power and wealth,"

"The Clintons' War on Women" was published Oct. 13 and easily clambered to the bestseller list. It also became the top-rated political history seller, with rave review after another. However, just last week, the book inexplicably received a flood of negative reviews.

Stone doesn't believe that a group of angry and unsatisfied customers just happened to decide to blast the book in successive hours and days. He believes that something fishy is going on and that the flurry of reviews is not the work of chance but Clinton's party.

In an interview with New York Post, Stone revealed that his publisher Skyhorse verified with Amazon that the torrent of hateful comments "were all from the same URL, at Hillary's HQ in Brooklyn," suggesting that the reviews were fake and engineered to make the book unappealing.

Stone then goes on to question why Clinton's campaign is so afraid of the book and then acknowledges that with the no-holds-barred book, which "map[s] the arc of Bill and Hillary's crimes and cover-ups," he knows that he is "getting under their skin."

In a separate interview with Daily Mail, he revealed that the publishing house already had the offending reviews taken out. He added that the campaign for Clinton, who is aspiring to be the next US president, is "panicked" about the title.

Amazon itself is battling the growing cases of fake reviewing, an activity taking over 15 percent of the online reviews for the site. The retail giant is working on taking legal action against 1000 people, who were paid at least $5 to write good reviews for certain products.

Meanwhile, when "The Clintons' War on Women" released last week, it was touted as an eye-opener to the citizens of America and urges that "anyone who cares about the future of the United States will want to read this tell-all, exposing the appalling, unvarnished, and ugly truth about the Clintons."

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