Third story of WH intimidation
emerges in new tell-all book
By Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.
Editor & Publisher
2013, 3 p.m.
new book that deals with how the Obama administration runs from race says
that a senior White House aide got angry and condescending during a live on
air phone call and may have been behind canceling the show on Sirius XM
earlier this month.
My new book, "Not a
Nonviolent Negro: How I Survived Obama", due out on Tuesday, reports that
Kevin Lewis, the director of African-American media, yelled and told me that
people would not be he happy with my live on air call placed on Jan. 30 to
the White House.
"I think they expect a little more," Lewis told this
He did not say who "they" were and Redding News Review's
six-day-a-week radio show was canceled from running on Sirius XM 128 The
Power a week later on Feb. 7. Sirius XM opted to put on a cooking show.
Redding News Review is still heard on terrestrial radio stations in
Philadelphia, Atlanta, Cleveland, Myrtle Beach and Louisiana.
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The incident occurred when I called the White
House about money that was
promised to the black press and then denied.
Bob Woodward, of the Washington Post, and Lanny Davis, a
longtime close advisor to President Bill Clinton, have both now said that they
also received terse and threatening responses from the White
The National Journal's Ron Fournier also said that he was
"Not a Nonviolent Negro: How I survived Obama" is due out on
Amazon.com and Kindle on Tuesday.
Consciousness Magazine writes about the new book:
"'Not a Nonviolent Negro: How I Survived Obama'
is a written composition consumed with extreme meaning, highlighting
Redding's boldness, confidence and honesty, one of the most
breathtaking eye-openers of this era....'Not a Nonviolent Negro: How
I Survived Obama' is definitely ground-breaking; a modern blueprint
to fearless literature."
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