KLAYMAN FILES 35 MILLION DEFAMATION SUIT AGAINST THE DAILY BEAST | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


KLAYMAN FILES 35 MILLION DEFAMATION SUIT AGAINST THE DAILY BEAST

Late yesterday, Larry Klayman, the founder of both Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch and a former federal prosecutor, filed a $35,000,000 defamation complaint against The Daily Beast and its reporter Timothy Burke, who wrote and posted in Florida, nationally and internationally a wholly fabricated story about an appearance Klayman had made on Newsmax TV criticizing the disgusting commentary of Fox News prime time host Tucker Carlson about women in particular.

During the interview, Klayman criticized Carlson and suggested that he made these offensive comments because he is like a "chameleon" or the character "Zelig" in the famous Woody Allen comedy film. Klayman recounted experiences with Carlson over the years, where Carlson shaped his conduct to whoever he was with—in effect "love the one you are with." That helps explain his anti-women comments to the radio shock jock affiliated with Howard Stern that have been revealed in the last days. Today, as a prime-time host at Fox News, Carlson bends his real views in Klayman's opinion to suit his employer, which has shown a callous if not felonious disregard for women's rights and in fact has a demonstrated sordid history of abusing women. Nor in Klayman's opinion is the arrogant and cocky Carlson a real conservative, but rather anything that he has to be to advance his career with whomever he is with at the time.

Not coincidentally, Fox News is run today by Suzanne Scott, who along with Bill Shine, were enablers of Roger Ailes, the founder and former CEO of Fox News, who was fired in disgrace when his pattern of sexual harassment toward women was finally revealed. Scott along with Shine covered up Ailes behavior (and that of other hosts and reporters at the network), for many years until it all finally "hit the fan," forcing the firing of Ailes and others. Klayman's current client, Laurie Luhn, who was the most ill-treated and harmed of Ailes' female victims, can attest to the vile anti-women's culture at Fox News.

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