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Follow Laura Loomer, investigative journalist, as she teams up w/ “Hero Dog, Lucky,” & FBI Agent Maria Quintana to bring down the narco terrorist/jihadist partnership after attacking New Mexico.

In “The Switch,” Lucky is a German Shepherd Protection Dog trained by CQB K9, Alex Dunbar. Alex is a “Tier One Military Trainer” with dogs routinely used by SEAL teams such as SEAL Team 6 that took out Bin Laden and other “Hero” War Dogs. Alex’s training facility is in San Luis, Colorado.

Are you a fan of Laura Loomer? Do you appreciate her guerilla-style journalism, her passion for free speech, and relentless drive to uncover the truth? Then you HAVE to read, The Switch, an imaginative novel by Julie Reichwein, based on real life headlines of a partnership between the Mexican Drug Cartels, the Maoist Shining Path guerillas, the New Mexico jihadists, and what might happen if Laura Loomer decided to make them her next target.

Get LOOMERED like never before as you follow the fast-paced Bond-style spy thriller featuring Laura as she teams up with FBI Agent Maria Quintana, “Hero Dog Lucky,” and Enrique Tarrio, leader of The Proud Boys, in a tale of intrigue that never lets you take a breath until the final ending you never saw coming.

By purchasing, reading, and tweeting about this book, you are supporting Laura Loomer as part of the proceeds from the novel will be donated directly to her journalistic work.

Laura Loomer, Jewish investigative journalist, protests the Women’s March hosted by, anti-semites, Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory.

Background on how the story came together.

In 1992, I traveled into the Amazon Region of Peru for vacation. At the time, The Shining Path (Sendero Luminoso) of Peru, a Maoist guerilla organization, nearly overthrew the Peruvian government. I followed the group as they evolved over the years. Because there were many parallels to what is happening in our country today, I thought it would give background, in an exciting thriller, to what we’re up against as we fight to save freedom in the United States. Abimael Guzman, an elite university professor of philosophy, developed a Marxist ideology and recruited at college campuses, founded the group. They built their presence over the years_their ultimate goal was to demoralize and undermine the government of Peru_ in order to create a situation conducive to a violent coup which would put its leaders into power. At first, they targeted the military and the police_ and then they struck the people. After the Tarata bombing in Lima, Peru, which took out several blocks, the Shining Path began a week long strike against the Peruvian government and shut down the capital. President Fujimori had to crack down on the guerillas and sent the military after their leader, Abimael Guzman. He was captured and is still in prison today along with his wife.

Tarata bombing which took out several blocks in Lima, Peru.

The Shining Path split in two and adjusted their tactics after the capture of Guzman. Because of NAFTA, the U.S. had been focused on cocaine production in Columbia, so Peru slid under the radar and became the number one producer of coca paste. But then the U.S. woke up. The Shining Path focused on providing protection, for a fee, to the local coca farmers and delivering it to the Mexican cartels. Peruvians wanted nothing to do with American intervention in the coca trade. It was their national plant.

While Guzman was in charge, he filled half the ranks with women. Because they were known to be the most vicious, their assassination squads were, and still are today, the most requested.

The Shining Path women were called “Half of Heaven” by the founder, Abimael Guzman. The Shining Path and FARQ of Columbia are similar in philosophy and worked in conjunction many times together as they do in this book.

The Switch opens at a mass grave in La Paz, Mexico, burial ground for La Monstrua, the most vicious sicaria to date. In a ripped from the headlines thriller, a three way partnership between the Shining Path, deadly Mexican sicarias, and the New Mexico child murdering jihadists, explode as they enter New Mexico across the porous border, and take down Microwave Mountain (this is where the telecommunications site is for Police, Fire, and EMT). They kidnap the CEO of CT&T telecommunications for ransom (to replenish their coffers after the Peruvian Government froze over $100 million in assets), and free Mexican sicaria, Sandra Ochoa Ramos, from prison.

La Paz, Mexico. Burial site for La Monstrua. Her estimated kills were over 150.
This is the real life Mexican sicaria I based the fictional La Monstrua off of. She’s so vicious her sicario boyfriend was repulsed by her violent methods and turned her in.
Maoist Shining Path women. In The Switch, they take down Microwave Mountain in New Mexico to elude the FBI for crimes they committed.
This is Microwave Mountain atop Sandia Peak in New Mexico. Microwave towers enable communication to Police, EMT, and emergency personnel to function.
This is the real life pink AK-47 carrying Kim Kardashian of Mexican sicarias that I fashioned my fictional character, Sandra Ochoa Ramos, from. In The Switch, she’s imprisoned and the Shining Path guerillas set out to free her after taking down Microwave Mountain.

Laura Loomer, investigative journalist, pairs up with FBI Agent Maria Quintana to expose the New Mexican jihadists, as Microwave Mountain is being attacked, after valuable information is received from La Monstrua.

Laura goes undercover as La Monstrua to expose the New Mexican jihadists.

After Microwave Mountain is taken down, chaos ensues. Politics become front and center. Not sure who to trust, Agent Quintana and Loomer will turn to friend, Enrique Tarrio, to have their backs.

Enrique Tarrio, leader of The Proud Boys. He’s now running for Congress in the 27th District of Florida.

This is a hair raising thriller that takes you from the usually tranquil town of Santa Fe, NM into Culiacan, Mexico, home to the greatest narco kingpins the world has ever seen, and wraps up in an explosive show down in the jungles of Peru.

Santa Fe, New Mexico
Just another day in Culiacan, Mexico. Home to the greatest narco kingpins the world has ever seen.
Iquitos, Peru. The Gateway to the Amazon. The largest city that can only be reached by boat or plane because there are no roads there. Poverty is a way of life for many indigenous peoples which makes them vulnerable to radical groups.
Motarized canoes are the mode of transportation into the Amazon jungle where the Shining Path resides. This is why it’s so difficult to eradicate them. The leaders have had a $5 million bounty on their heads from the United States and The Shining Path is designated a narco-terrorist group by the United States. It’s the only group in Latin America with this designation.

P.S. This book is heavily researched with input from Laura Loomer (Jewish investigative journalist), Enrique Tarrio (Leader of The Proud Boys), and Alex Dunbar of CQB K9. Any errors are mine alone. I also took some liberty with Lucky’s personality in the story. Alex will shake his head probably. Lucky approved.

Laura Loomer and Enrique Tarrio are both running for Congress in Florida. Their Congressional campaigns in no way receive any money from this book. Laura Loomer, the investigative journalist, does share in profits which support her journalism work.

Here are a few of the locations and characters in the story.

This is Columbus, New Mexico. It’s a very poor border town and used in this book for border crossings. Columbus first gained notoriety because it was the scene of an attack in 1916 by Pancho Villa. Since then it has garnered attention from the Feds for gun running for the Juarez Cartel. In 2011, Columbus dissolved its police force after the scandal involved its village officials. The mayor, a village trustee, a former police chief, and nine others were indicted. After the indictments, town assets were frozen, and the town was financially devastated. They had NO police force, so it became one of the cartel’s favorite border crossings because all of the attention was focused on Juarez. The town jokingly was named “The Town with no Dog Catcher” because it was too poor to hire one and wild packs of dogs crossed over the border and roamed wild.
Another picture of the real life pink AK-47 carrying “Kim Kardashian” Mexican sicaria The Shining Path frees from prison. She just died of a drug overdose approximately two weeks ago.
This is the real life, Lucky. He’s one of four German Shepherds I have, and I also have a female Malamute, too. My other dogs are also in the story at various times.
And of course the famous, Laura Loomer, investigative journalist at work exposing jihadists in real life. You can only see the backside of Laura because she’s being assaulted by Rashida Tlaib as Ilhan Omar watches. Laura has filed a $2 million lawsuit against Tlaib. Laura Loomer was the first to expose them. She was called a far right loon, a Nazi, an Islamophobe, a conspiracy theorist, even as everything she exposed was the truth. For her courageous journalism, she’s been targeted by Big Tech and deplatformed by Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, PayPal, Venmo, Uber, UberEats, Lyft, and many more. In this book, it wouldn’t be Loomer if censorship issues weren’t part of the storyline.
To order the e-book, click on this link https://www.amazon.com/dp/151365425X
To order the print book, click on this link https://www.amazon.com/dp/151365425X
For those of you who don’t like Amazon, you can visit Enrique Tarrio’s www.1776.shop.com and then click on books. You can order either version.
Any questions, please feel free to email me at info@juliereichwein.com
I hope you enjoy the book.

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