In his book, Schweizer said there is documentation that the Obama campaign and political committees associated with Obama solicited donations from companies after the Justice Department filed civil and criminal charges against them.
Schweizer said this is a "huge problem" and there is "statistical evidence" in the book that proves the chances of going to jail are lessened if political contributions are made.
"You cut your chances of going to jail in half if you make a contribution," Schweizer told host Sean Hannity.
Schweizer said the top five positions in the Department of Justice, beginning with Holder, were all campaign bundlers for the Obama campaign, and this unlike what Washington has seen before.
"So, you had fundraisers who were raising money and put into power who are now making decisions about who they're going to prosecute, who they're not not going to prosecute," Schweizer said. "You see this melding of DOJ and the campaign apparatus of the Obama campaign."