Heyes (2018) states that the book by Gregg Jarrett primarily focuses on the act of clearing Hillary Clinton’s name at all costs. He argues that despite the fact of how Clinton was at fault with regards to the issue of the email servers, and believes that Barrack Obama, who was U.S. president at the time, and the FBI focused their efforts at doing all they could to clear Clinton’s name — to show the American people that Donald Trump was not fit to be president. Some people even thought that this was a plan to frame Clinton.
It is evident that Jarrett has been all over Clinton’s case of mishandling the emails since the story began, plus his insistence in claiming that Robert Mueller’s probe was unfounded.
Heyes (2018) also states that the book has over 700 footnotes in the 131 pages as evidence of the controversial effort to overturn the 2016 U.S. elections. He also acknowledged the fact that the book explores an effort, littered with scandals, which were aimed at overturning the 2016 U.S. elections, as well as at the different issues present at the time — all having clearly explained the problems propagating during the period through evidence from media interviews, and to meetings and their venues.