Farah hosts ‘Unfit for Command’ author

By WND Staff

John O’Neill, the co-author of the new blockbuster about John Kerry, “Unfit for Command,” will be the guest today on Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive, the nationally syndicated talk-program.

O’Neill and Jerome Corsi’s book is taking the nation by storm, as it sits atop both Amazon and Barnes & Nobles’ sales charts and is set to debut at No. 3 on the New York Times best-seller list.

An attorney by profession, O’Neill is head of Swift Boat Veterans for Truth and succeeded Kerry as commander of his vessel in Vietnam.

Often using Kerry’s own words and comparing them to official records and other veterans’ accounts, the authors of “Unfit for Command” claim the Democratic presidential nominee lied about the circumstances surrounding his Purple Hearts and other medals, and essentially made up a story about having been in Cambodia at Christmastime 1968, which he has told for decades.

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