I’m very excited to share that my first book has been published: Right in the World. It’s a collection of my essays on hot topics of the Obama, Trump, and Biden administrations.
In this book, I expose liberal corruption, take on gun-grabbers, Benghazi, the fake Russian dossier, Obamacare, and more. I reveal the crazy-liberal bias of educators, lay bare the self-defeating greed of tax policy overreach and highlight the deep flaws in some of the most significant Supreme Court decisions in a generation.
From the tyranny of government-by-expert to the inspiration of unsung heroes, this collection brings you lessons learned from recent and current events in American politics and what’s in store for America’s future.
Included in the book is the essay that President Trump read and reacted to, saying on Twitter:
“Thank you Gayle. I only wish the public could fully understand how corrupt & dishonest so much of our Lamestream Media is. My Press Conferences are vital. They are reaching millions of people that are not being told the truth, & haven’t been for years (Witch-Hunts, Fake News)!” —President Donald J. Trump, April 6, 2020
I was so honored that Sebastian Gorka, host of the America First radio show, wrote the foreword to the book:
“Let freedom ring. Let us ‘highly resolve,’ as Lincoln said, that government of the people, for the people, and by the people shall not perish from the Earth. And as for government of the experts, by the experts, and for the experts: No thank you, Dr. Fauci!”
This quote from Right in the World is a succinct summation of the situation American patriots find themselves in today. As the host of a national radio show called AMERICA First, which caters to those who believe that our Republic is the greatest nation on God’s green Earth, I have come to the conclusion, after the 2020 election and two years of the China virus, that right now the greatest issue we face as a nation is a collective lack of courage. Gayle Trotter’s Right in the World is one patriot’s timely clarion call.
Courage is the virtue that makes all the other virtues possible. Courage was the indispensable ingredient for our original Revolution, as freedom-loving colonials decided they would take on the greatest empire the world had ever seen because its sovereign had trammeled their “unalienable” rights.
Yet for two years, we seemed to have forgotten the genetic code of our country. Now and again we would hear the story of one restauranteur in California, or a bar owner in New Jersey who refused to comply with unscientific and authoritarian mandates and diktats shuttering private businesses. But these were just outliers. Instead we witnessed the majority of business owners acquiesce, surrendering to unconstitutional orders that robbed them and their employees of being able to provide for and feed their families.
Gayle Trotter is an example of outspoken courage. Whether, for years, as a champion of the Second Amendment, the civil right that makes all other civil rights possible, or when illuminating the responsibility of the Left in helping facilitate the rise of the Jihadi threat, or speaking truthfully on the inestimable damage done to the fabric of the Republic with the Russian “collusion” hoax, Gayle has demonstrated that she is not afraid. We need more Gayle Trotter.
Please read Gayle’s book. Buy a copy for a friend. And then be like her.
I ask all my listeners to ask themselves one simple question every day: “What have I done to secure my sacred inheritance as a free person in the greatest nation on Earth?” No nation was founded on the principle of individual liberty based upon our being made in the image of “our Creator,” except ours. You have a role in guaranteeing it stays that way.
Sebastian Gorka PhD
Former Strategist to President Trump
Host, AMERICA First, SALEM Radio
Look inside for a preview of the book:
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