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Jeb! and the Bush Crime Family

The Inside Story of an American Dynasty
Narrated by: Sean Runnette
Length: 11 hrs and 59 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (82 ratings)

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Jeb and the Bush Crime Family is the book that smashes through the layers of lies and secrecy that has surrounded and protected our country's very own political dynasty.

New York Times best-selling author and legendary political insider Roger Stone lashes out with a blistering indictment that exposes the true history and monumental hypocrisy of the Bushes. In his usual "go for the jugular" style, Stone collaborates with Saint John Hunt - author, musician, and son of legendary CIA operative E. Howard Hunt - to make this a "no-holds-barred" history of the Bush family.

The authors reveal Jeb to be a smug, entitled autocrat who both uses and hides behind his famous name as he mingles with international drug peddlers. They show how Jeb: Received a $4 million taxpayer bailout when his daddy was vice president. Used his insider status to make millions from Obamacare. Avoided criminal prosecution on a fraudulent federal loan. Hypocritically supports the War on Drugs, despite his own shocking drug history.

After detailing the vast litany of Jeb's misdeeds, Stone travels back to Samuel, Prescott, George H. W., and George W. Bush to weave an epic story of privilege, greed, corruption, drug profiteering, assassination, and lies. Jeb and the Bush Crime Family will have you asking, "Why aren't these people in prison?"

©2016 Roger Stone and Saint John Hunt; 2016 by John LeBoutillier (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Most Entertaining and informative!

I really enjoyed learning about this family I thought I knew. I feel heartsick and let down by these people who took my vote and destroyed my country.

I also liked the narratoe who kept me engaged.

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  • Paula
  • Overland Park, KS USA
  • 03-26-17

Fact? Fantasy? But Scarey and Troubling!

Roger Stone used to be a Bush follower/fan/helpmate. Now he has written a book that uncovers a plethora of family "secrets" that are more than a bit troubling to this interested participant in our political system. The book is a scathing summary of the way the Bush family has achieved wealth and power and more to the point, an accounting of the MANY crimes that have supposedly occurred with their oversight and within their domain.

Truthfully -- I don't know whether the book is all fact or just a mass of allegations -- some proven, some not proven. But if even 10% of the revelations are factual, it is clear that the Bush family and their pols are not the kind, empathetic people they appear to be. (I say that, even though I have been an ardent Barbara Bush fan for many years.)

For example, Stone provides substantial documentation that the Bush fortune was generated through treason -- when Prescott Bush (George W H's father) illegally sold arms to the Russians in the early 1900's, used free slave labor in this German-based steel mills in the 1930's and pocketed tens of millions while supplying the Reich with all manner of armaments prior to and during WWII.

There is also much prose devoted to the premise that George W. H. (President #41) with the help of Oliver Stone and others, actually escalated drug use in this country by illegally importing cocaine and heroin; using the profits from sales in the US to fund the Contras. George W (#43) is/will be known for starting unnecessary wars that cost the US trillions and produced no reasonably good outcome -- all to line the pockets of his war-industry cronies (bankers and industrialists).

At times, I didn't know whether to be scared, angry or just apathetic about what I heard. Our political system today is such a mess -- and it seems, this is nothing new; it being described as just as bad all the way back to the turn of the century when the US began choosing "guns" over "butter."

Despite the terror it evoked at times, I thoroughly enjoyed this work. It is a worthy listen.

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Well written and riveting

I am interested in books about United States presidents,both past and present. I have read a lot on Bush Sr. But I never read much on Jr. and nothing about Jeb before. I kept in mind that this book was written before the Trump election and Roger Stone favored Trump. Stone’s MO is all about trashing the opponents during a campaign, so maybe that was the purpose of this book. At first I thought that Jeb was going to be the main subject, but I was wrong. I was aware of many statements that were made about Daddy Bush, most of them appalling and shocking, to say the least. That part was still hard to listen to. There were shocking aspects to Baby Bush, that I have never heard. Jeb, apparently is not who we think he is. I won’t go into details, to spoil the story. Listening to this audio book was entertaining, but not pleasant. I kept going back to Bush Sr’s funereal and how human the Bush’s appeared and sounded

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Crooks and Spooks

Story and narration moves along very smoothly. Compelling information about the Bush Syndicate. Must read !

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Well researched and compelling

Roger stone has done a great job meticulously researching the material, yet presenting it as an enjoyable easy listen (even if he sounds a bit like a tabloid journalist at times).

It’s a profoundly disturbing story of ruthless greed and corruption at the highest levels of the US govt stretching over decades.

A must read.

My only criticism is that I can’t understand why the author doesn’t dig into the controlled demolition of the World Trade Centre buildings. The laws of physics prove this happened - as thousands of engineers and architects around the world have pointed out. Maybe he is saving that story for another book and if so, I look forward to reading it. (That’s if he is not killed by Bush’s cronies beforehand).

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  • C
  • 05-19-18

The Bush Crime Family

The Bush Crime Family are closely knit to The Clinton Crime Family and The Obama Crime Family. Great book, but sickening subject matter.

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The Bush Family Entitlement.

Roger Stone was a political force as a personal confidant of Nixon's and a Reagan strategist in Washington, DC. for three decades.

He strongly suggests the George H. W. Bush's role with the FBI, as Director of the CIA, and as Reagan's Vice President presaged the Kennedy and Reagan Assasinations and his scheming role in Nixon's Resignation as he coveted the White House for himself.

Since his birth, the 41st President was raised to believe the name Bush meant Oval Office privilege and entitlement to office. He even expected to see his sons in the Oval Office.

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  • Sarge
  • Cranston, RI, United States
  • 04-26-18

Crooked as they Come

There always appeared to be a comradeship between Bush and Obama even though they should have been at odds with each other and after listening to this book you better understanding why.
Both families greatest motivation is the acculumation of wealth and power.

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Is this at all "True"

I have always been intrigued by the Bush dynasty, and this is a lot to swallow. I am one of the many that knew of some of their history, but this blows the lid off and then some. The author tirelessly dug into areas of the Bush family dealing back to the one who started it all. If everything is as the author writes is true who then you honestly trust in Washington these days. There seemed to be cracks in their association with the "Skull And Bones" of which read about several years prior. This is and should be read by everyone that seeks the truth about our elected officials. Thanks for writing this wonderful book Alfred D. Smith

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eye opening

another story about the Bush crime family worked behind the sceans to get and keep power in america

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  • josh
  • 09-08-16

Bush crime family is real

What did you like most about Jeb! and the Bush Crime Family?

The fact someone a bought to the publics attention that he is a criminal

What was one of the most memorable moments of Jeb! and the Bush Crime Family?

The first few pages

What about Sean Runnette’s performance did you like?

Loved it

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not really just made me more interested in politics

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  • BlueZen99
  • 01-12-17

Shocking yet oddly, not surprising.

This book is well written and the narration excellent. I already had an inkling that the Bush family were not particularly nice people - selfish, narcissistic and ruthless. However, some of the allegations made in this book are sickening and depraved. The fact they have not sued, I think speaks volumes. Highly recommended but not for the faint hearted.

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