Since my “outing,” I have received hundreds of emails and web comments regarding my unique trajectory – how I went from being the “Jewish Holocaust revisionist” to being a Republican Party organizer and Hollywood conservative activist. Everything is explained in my book. I spent four months writing it, and there’s no way I can answer any questions about my life better than I did in the book that resulted from a very drunken summer. I honestly don’t think you’ll be bored by reading what is, in my opinion, a very honest and straightforward (warts and all) answer to all of the questions people have about me and my life. I have been told that I have an interesting story to tell, but in the end that judgment is up to you. The book is available on Amazon, Walmart, and Barnes & Noble (links to the left). Thank you for visiting this site.
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The story of David Stein, aka David Cole, is the typical all-American story. Indeed, he’s the prototypical “everyman.” His dad was the doctor who killed Elvis. By 21 years of age, he was universally condemned as the “Jewish Holocaust denier,” even though he never denied the Holocaust. He appeared on the highest-rated news and talk shows of the time. Phil Donahue called him “the Antichrist,” and “60 Minutes” called him a danger to mankind. He was one of only two guests ever canceled by the Jerry Springer Show (the other was a necrophiliac). He reunited Holocaust survivors who didn’t know their family members were still alive, he forced the Auschwitz State Museum to stop exhibiting an air raid shelter as a “gas chamber,” and he was stalked by a neo-Nazi serial killer whose story would later be dramatized on “Law and Order.” He was denounced as a Mossad “double agent,” and by age 25, he had a $25,000 bounty put on his head by a terrorist group, so he faked his death by pretending to drown off the coast of San Diego, later resurfacing as a respected documentary filmmaker, working with Warner Brothers, and producing the final film of legendary Oscar-winning screenwriter Budd Schulberg. He then reinvented himself yet again as a leading Republican Party organizer in L.A., working with congressmen, Bush Administration officials, and Hollywood’s top-secret GOP underground (consisting of celebrities like Gary Sinise and Clint Eastwood), while at the same time becoming a leading conservative investigative journalist. In 2013 his “Jewish Holocaust denier” past was “outed” by the six-foot-tall redheaded fashion model he’d been financially supporting (and whose Blake Shelton-affiliated country music star sister he’d helped save from a life of prostitution). He was banned from the Republican Party for life, and denounced in over 200 newspapers, magazines, and websites.
In theory, this might just make an interesting book. At the very least, it's unlikely you'll be bored while reading it.