Margaret Hosseini-Browder was born into a home ruled by an Iranian sadist father, dubbed “Chuckie” by his children, after the cinematic horror icon.
Eventually escaping the terrors of her youth, Margaret found solace in family life and her new Christian faith.
She built a successful tax business, becoming a popular advocate for taxpayers, and for responsible animal ownership.
Margaret’s world came crashing down on the day that the IRS decided that taxpayers should not have an advocate, and she learned that the DOJ will destroy the lives of everyday Americans without a second thought, and unimpeded by the laws that are supposed to protect citizens from government persecution.
Margaret shares her journey of faith and trials in her new book,
A Trial of Faith: When the Devil Knows Your Name.
A devout Christian and survivor of extreme abuse as a child, Margaret seeks to live a good life and help as many people as she can on a daily basis. Surrounded by family, friends and associates, Margaret goes about her work and charitable activities, and has never thought much about government investigators or prosecutors–until one fateful day when they raided her offices like storm troopers.
Over and over the government is forcing people to choose between their own lives or the lives of their friends and associates. This is the Devil’s Bargain. Truth and justice are no longer a consideration to government actors who abuse their power, and force others to give false testimony under threat of prosecution..
Follow Margaret as she seeks justice for herself, and the many others who have no voice, and exercises faith in the Lord and takes Him at His word–that if we do what He asks, He will bless and protect us. This is what her book is about.