About

David Triemert

Father, Husband, Author, Red-Blooded American, and Patriot

author david triemertDavid Triemert has spent his writing career looking out for others. This became evident when he began learning everything he could about banking and consumer credit reporting systems. In the 1980s, he wrote two nonfiction books on their inner workings, and how to make that knowledge work for the consumer.

Later in life, following a near-death experience, he took on exposing the hypocrisy and limiting groupthink mentality behind organized religion, which teaches how humans are separate from God. He wrote about this subject in his first novel, Cocktails with God in the Afterlife

Recently, David was blessed to cross paths with two legal legends, who taught him the true nature of the “constitution-free” political system that Americans live in. It is nothing like what young people are taught in school. He wrote about those revelations in his second novel, Cocktails with God in the Heart of the Beast.

Armed with how the American system really operates, David confronted the corruption he found in local government and covertly “set up” his county and state officials to publicly break their own laws and reveal their tyrannical natures. The government officials decided to push back and show him the inside of their newly constructed jail, on three separate occasions, one time at gunpoint! Fortunately, he wasn’t killed and is now writing about their countless sins against the American public in his forthcoming novel, Cocktails with God in the Land of 10,000 Lies.

“God is a comedian playing to an audience that is too afraid to laugh.” — Voltaire

Whether writing in the not-so-free world or from the confines of the “Gray Bar Hotel,” David is passionate about and committed to exposing, so all people can know, the criminal nature and blatant frauds he’s uncovered in the US legal and justice systems including city, county, state, and federal agencies.

Eventually, David hopes to fulfill his commitment to God, country, and family—in that order. Then he plans to write about gentler, less-threatening topics, like discovering one’s life purpose and finding the love of one’s life.