- Paperback: 338 pages
- Publisher: Regnery Publishing; 1st Pbk. Ed edition (August 14, 2001)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0895261952
- ISBN-13: 978-0895261953
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It was interesting to get the perspective of Schippers and the House Managers that he provided. As an interested onlooker, I don't think I realized just how badly they were shafted when they were not permitted to conduct a real trial. I got the idea that Monica was "all they had." It wasn't, not by a long shot. And had they had time to properly present it, history may have had different results.
I am sure that Schippers would say that his research into the INS situation applied directly to the abuse of power charge, and while I would agree that had it been completed and determined to be as it appeared, that would be true, the fact is, that research wasn't completed. Were a full 20% of the naturalized citizens prior to the election in 1996 felons? Perhaps. But I don't suppose we'll ever know, and since we don't, perhaps it shouldn't have been hinted at in the first place in this book.
As an insider's view on the trial of President Clinton, it is a worthwhile read. But since the allegations regarding the hastened naturalization of new citizens in time for the 1996 Presidential elections was unproven, I guess I question whether it should have been brought up.
I found David Schippers book SellOut the Inside story was great reading of what happened during this whole affair. Most of the details of the hearings I already knew including Mr. Schippers presentation at the hearings. I was very impressed with him as I knew he was a Democrat of long standing, but he was disgusted as to how he and the Impeachment Managers were treated by the Senate. Especially Trent Lott who let them know they would not get an aquital. He was more discussed with the Democrats as none of them even took the time to review all the material they had available. The Senate Democracts were not going to bring down their party for the likes of the President's wrong doings.
Mr. Schippers brings in many inside happenings and brought forth new allegations of corrupt work by the White House on the speed up of immegration citizenship during the l996 election. They rushed through over a million people through this process to get more Democrat votes. You will find this book informative and how our laws and Constitution was disregarded during this sad time in our history.
It is the basis for all of her delays, lies and obfuscations.