We know that planted in every major corporation are ideological misfits who will do anything to keep the truth out of the hands of the public.
These ideologues want to control information. When there were only the three major networks, it was much easier. With the internet, it’s becoming impossible. The gatekeepers are being hit with too much information from too many sources.
Take a look at the article “The Problem the Left Sees with Amazon” by Robert Wenzel:
“For the record, I can’t think of anything more beneficial to small publishers than the publishing capabilities offered by Amazon. Indeed, through Amazon’s CreateSpace publishing platform, an individual can quite easily become his own publisher with little in the way of publishing costs. It is truly a spectacular advance.”
Liberals hate freedom, so it wouldn’t be surprising that they would stop a book damaging to the legacy of Barack Obama ny any means possible.
The following is a report by Jerome R. Corsi on what’s happening with Dinesh D’Souza book America: Imagine the World Without Her at Costco:
The retail giant Costco Wholesale has issued an order to remove all copies of Dinesh D’Souza’s bestselling book “America: Imagine the World Without Her” from the shelves of its stores nationwide, WND has confirmed.
The book, in this mid-term election year, is a strong rebuttal of the progressive ideology behind President Obama’s policies, which have been supported by Costco co-founder and director Jim Senegal, a major Democrat donor and a speaker at the 2012 Democratic National Convention that nominated the president. A Washington Post political reporter has noted Obama’s “romance” with the nation’s second-largest retailer.
At Amazon.com, D’Souza’s book, released June 2, is ranked No. 43 overall and is the No. 3 hardcover book in Amazon’s Politics and Government section and No. 1 in the Commentary and Opinion subsection of Politics and Government.
Costco has sold more than 3,600 copies of “America” nationwide, with about 700 copies sold last week as D’Souza’s film by the same name opened at more than 1,000 movie theaters nationwide.
But Costco’s book department issued the “pull-order,” requiring all Costco stores nationwide to remove the book, confirmed Scott Losse, an inventory control specialist in the book department at the Costco Wholesale corporate office in Issaquah, Wash., a suburb of Seattle.
The July 1 order required all copies to be removed by July 15.
Contacted for a reaction, D’Souza was surprised to learn of the Costco decision.
“If true, this would be very odd,” D’Souza said.
“We’re in the process of finding out what’s happening. I look forward to getting to the bottom of this and continuing the strong relationship my publisher and I have always had with Costco and their millions of shoppers.”
Most Costco stores WND contacted Monday had already pulled “America” from the shelves, with others scheduled to remove it with their regularly scheduled inventory changes Tuesday or Wednesday this week.
Read more at WND.