Wheeler’s Defamation Lawsuit proves that President Trump and the White House signed-off on a fake Fox News article!
Today, there we’re filed a civil complaint from report Rod Wheeler as plaintiff versus Twenty Century Fox, Fox News Network LLC, Malia Zimmerman and Ed Butowsky. What we can learn from these documents is the known relationship between President Donald Trump and the heads of Fox News Network. There has already been established a strange sort of relationship between the President and the broadcaster, but this complaint, settles it with the certain evidence between Fox News and the report in question.
Rod Wheeler was working on an article, which could have published and gotten distributed through the Fox News Network and other companies in connection with it. On 14th May 2017, Ed Butowsky wrote an SMS to Rod Wheeler stating:
“Not to add more pressure but the president just read the article. He wants the article out immediately. It’s now all up to you. But don’t feel the pressure” (Butowsky SMS to Wheeler).
So, when the it is also stated in the complaint:
“Incredibly, according to Butowsky, the President reviewed an article written by a Fox News journalist prior to its publication and sought to get the article published “immediately.” Indeed, just before Butowsky sent the text message above, he left a voicemail for Mr. Wheeler in which he said, “A couple minutes ago I got a note that we have the full, uh, attention of the White House, on this. And, tomorrow, let’s close this deal, whatever we’ve got to do. But you can feel free to say that the White House is onto this now.” (Butowsky to Wheeler).
To put Butowsky in context, here is how fit the picture and the good knowledge of the President:
“Butowsky is a frequent contributor for Fox News and Fox Business Channel, an outspoken supporter of Donald Trump and opponent of Hillary Clinton, and a friend to former Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Chief Strategist Steve Bannon”.
So when this is put together, the article must has been fierce against some of the adversaries of the President. Since this would fit his agenda and also damage the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton. That could be the only reason for Butowsky to pressure Wheeler to publish it. Especially, also with his ties to close-knitted networks of the White House, that in mind Bannon and Spicer. This is all still while Spicer was the Press Secretary at the White House.
On the next day Butowsky continued his quest to wheel-in Wheeler:
“ The next morning, Butowsky sent text messages to Mr. Wheeler that read, in part, “If you can, try to highlight this puts the Russian hacking story to rest.” “Just reflecting: we need to emphasize the FBI has a report that has been suppressed that shows that Seth rich did this. With Comey recently being fired this will gain a lot of attention and it’s true.” “The above and stating that the Russian hacking narrative of stealing the records from the DNC is officially dead.” (…) “Even after Mr. Wheeler confronted Zimmerman about her use of false quotes, Zimmerman sent a text to Mr. Wheeler that stated, “Reread the story we sent to you last night [with the false quotes] and stick to that script.” (Texts from Butowsky to Wheeler on 15th May 2017).
After Butowsky had rewritten the story and fixed the quotes to fit the paradigm of framing the Democratic National Committee and Anti-Clinton stance. They we’re able to publish the article. An article that the President had reviewed and said was fine. An article using Seth Rich as pawn to frame him for hacking and knowledge of hacking, while the WikiLeaks documents was released. Clearly, this was defamation of his work and his article. Which wasn’t true since Butowsky added and wrote quotes that wasn’t existing.
So when this happens, you know that the Fox New Network is insane and just biased as it can be:
“Later in the evening on May 15, 2017, at 10:55 p.m. CDT, Butowsky sent an email regarding Zimmerman’s Seth Rich story to various Fox News producers and on air talent, including Steve Doocy, Gavin Hadden, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade. The email reads: “The story is up or will be up very early tomorrow morning. Rod Wheeler is up and ready to give interviews. There’s more to come on the story but for now this is a massive story there’s [sic] going to be talked about for a long time. If you have any questions about the story or more information needed, call me at 972-XXXXXXX. I’m actually the one who’s been putting this together but as you know I keep my name out of things because I have no credibility. One of the big conclusions we need to draw from this is that the Russians did not hack our computer systems and ste[a]l emails and there was no collusion like trump with the Russians.” (Email from Butowsky to Wheeler on the late night of 15th May 2017).
When Ed Butowsky says not use his name in the article because of his lacking credibility of the article. It proves the intent of using Rod Wheeler’s name and reputation to sell the story of Seth Rich and WikiLeaks, even if the quotes and stories in the article is not true. That Fox News used rewrites of a story, which couldn’t be true and wasn’t so. If it was true and dandy, the one investigating and interviewing Wheeler wouldn’t sue Butowsky or Fox for publishing it.
As of the 16th May and the publishing of articles together with Malia Zimmerman, the articles published to establish a possible way of falsifying the Russian collusion and establish an own cause of the DNC and the leaking of documents from there. This would all fit the narrative of the White House and the President. Therefore, when this is sent to Wheeler after the publication:
“Very shortly after the article was published, Mr. Wheeler called Butowsky and demanded an explanation for the false statements about him in Zimmerman’s article. Butowsky stated that the quotes were included because that is the way the President wanted the article, referring to President Donald Trump. A few days later, Butowsky wrote to Zimmerman, “I didn’t tell you yet but the federal government is involved at this moment, behind the scenes and believe your story.” (Butowsky to Wheeler).
This sort of involvement in the free-press isn’t natural and proves how the Fox News are State Media and not putting out real news, not facts but pieces fitting the paradigm of the White House. The Conservative and Republican people in the United States should worry at the extent of use of Fox News.
So from now on it is funny and insane when the President calls-out and screams-out fake news. When himself has sanctioned and made sure a published story with fake quotes not attributed to Rod Wheeler got published, just for the sake of making sure there was an article validating the claims the President has and fits his worldview. Not that the implications and the use of a dead DNC employee matters, since it works to fit the dead into a narrative that wouldn’t imply the Russian involvement in the Trump Campaign. We could wish this was different, but the open texts, emails and discussions among the people involved in this article. Proves the touches of the President, the use of Fox News and the clear approach to mislead the population and those who are believing the peddling of lies directly from the White House!
This should be warning and proof of how the Russian Collusion is destroying the New York Gang. That they are reviewing articles published in the Fox, instead of actually governing. Peace.