Tom Fitton

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Tom Fitton Biography

Tom Fitton is a famous Activist, who was born on May 30, 1968, in the United States. According to Astrologers, the zodiac sign is Gemini.

Thomas J. Fitton (born May 30, 1968) is the president of Judicial Watch, an American conservative activist group.

Fitton was born in West Nyack, New York. He graduated from Clarkstown High School South in 1986. Fitton has a bachelor’s degree in English from George Washington University. His father was a manager at a supermarket and his mother was a nurse.

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Fitton has been President of Judicial Watch since August 1998. The group primarily seeks access to government records, filing the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and other public records act lawsuits, and engaging in other forms of civil litigation.

Tom Fitton Net Worth

Tom Fitton is one of the richest Activists & listed as the most popular Activist. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Tom Fitton’s net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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Fitton has been President of Judicial Watch since August 1998. The group primarily seeks access to government records, filing the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and other public records act lawsuits, and engaging in other forms of civil litigation.

In 2006, Larry Klayman, Judicial Watch’s former Chairman, attempted to reclaim control of Judicial Watch by suing Fitton, the organization, and the organization’s other officers and directors. Most of Klayman’s claims, including all of the claims against Fitton and Judicial Watch’s other officers and directors, were dismissed in 2009.

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In July 2013, Fitton falsely claimed that the Obama administration’s Department of Justice had sent representatives to Sanford, Florida following Martin’s death “to help organize and manage rallies and protests against George Zimmerman.”

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In 2017, Judicial Watch helped to stoke Republican attacks against Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. He has referred to the Mueller probe as a “coup” against Trump. Trump retweeted Fitton’s remarks about a coup; PolitiFact rated the assertion that the Mueller probe was a coup as “pants-on-fire” false. Trump frequently listens to Fitton and had mentioned Fitton at least five times in his tweets by August 2018, including the promotion of an upcoming Fitton appearance on Fox. According to Politico, “Fitton’s rhetoric is often indistinguishable from Trump’s.” Fitton called for the Special Counsel investigation to be shut down, arguing that prosecutors in the probe were too biased against President Trump to conduct a credible investigation. Fitton furthermore called for shutting down the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) “because it was turned into a KGB-type operation by the Obama administration.” Newsweek rated the claim “false”, stating that “there is no comparison between the FBI and KGB.”

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Ranked on the list of most popular Activists. Also ranked in the elite list of celebrities born in the United States. Tom Fitton celebrates his birthday on May 30 of every year.

Fitton is known for pro-Trump commentary. Fitton is prominent for criticizing Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States presidential election; he has claimed that the investigation is a “coup” against U.S. President Donald Trump and called for it to be shut down.

When Michael Cohen, Trump’s former personal attorney, pleaded guilty to crimes brought to light by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe in December 2018, Fitton dismissed the importance of the crimes. Fitton said it was “weak tea” and intended “to make President Trump look bad.”

Fitton said about voter fraud: “We have all heard about voter fraud and the attempts by liberal media organs like the New York Times and Ivory Tower academics to dismiss it as a nonexistent problem. But it is real, widespread, and substantial to the point that it can decide elections”. Fitton has alleged that hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants voted in the 2018 mid-term elections. There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in California or Texas.

Fitton rejects the scientific consensus on climate change (global warming). He has said “There has been scandal after scandal involving climate data and we are skeptical of government agencies that won’t tell people what they are up to… I’m sure scientists are concerned that funding for dubious research will be cut, but the truth will win out in the end.” Judicial Watch, which has claimed that climate science is “fraud science”, has filed lawsuits seeking to force the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to release the correspondence of climate scientists who published a 2015 study in the journal Science. The study had debunked one of the common claims made by those who reject the scientific consensus on climate change, namely that there existed global warming “hiatus” between 1998–2012. The Climate Science Legal Defense Fund (CSLDF), American Meteorological Society, and Union of Concerned Scientists condemned Judicial Watch, saying that the disclosure of private communications between scientists “would harm (or halt altogether) government scientists’ ability to collaborate with colleagues, damage the government’s ability to recruit or retain top scientists, and deter critically important research into politically charged fields like climate change”. The Judicial Watch lawsuit was inspired by Rep. Lamar Smith who accused the authors of the study of “alter[ing] data” to “get the politically correct results they want.”


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