Google Ads Briefly Suspends Account of Kash Patel’s Publisher of Children’s Book Which Defends Trump’s False Claims
India-West News Desk
WASHINGTON, DC – Kash Patel, who was chief of staff to the acting U.S. Secretary of Defense in the Donald Trump administration, released a book on May 16, which defends the former President’s untruthful claims that the FBI began looking for collusion between his campaign and Russia because of access to a dossier from Christopher Steele, a former British spy.
As has been widely reported, the FBI opened an investigation into the Trump campaign after his adviser, George Papadopoulos, told an Australian diplomat that Russia had political “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.
Published by Brave Books, ‘The Plot Against the King’ by Patel ignores this completely. Curiously a “children’s” book, the Indian American takes the help of illustrations and fictional characters. The allusion of course is to Trump as the king who has been wronged by evil people, ostensibly Democratic chair of the intelligence committee, Rep. Adam Schiff and protected by the hero, Patel himself. Then there is “Keeper Komey,” (former FBI director James Comey) and “Hillary Queenton” (Hillary Clinton who wants to seize the throne)
The author who has put in 35 pages of work for children to follow the political plot has been at the receiving end of mostly terrible reviews but once again appeared on the radar of supporters when Google Ads briefly suspended and then reinstated the account of the publishers, Brave Books. It said, “Google doesn’t want users to feel misled by the content promoted in shopping ads….Promotions that represent you or your products in a way that is not accurate, realistic, or truthful.”
Patel told Fox Business, “Two years ago, the left tried to block the truth about the Russian Collusion Conspiracy, and now they are trying to censor our children from learning the truth.” He added, “educating our children about the truth must be free of big tech censorship and politically based ideological shadow banning.”