Saturday, May 26, 2007

Rosie Tells ABC To Screw Its 9/11 Censorship

Offers of more money, new contract turned down by hero O'Donnell as she refuses to shut up about 9/11

ABC is reporting that it has been unable to come to a contractual agreement with Rosie O'Donnell. As a result, her hosting duties on The View will come to an end mid-June.

An article by ABC news states:

So here we are a year later, and while we've tried to come to terms on a deal that would extend her co-hosting duties on 'The View,' we find ourselves unable to agree on some key elements.

Despite controversy — or maybe because of it — O'Donnell was good business for ABC, owned by the Walt Disney Co. Ratings for "The View" during February sweeps were up 15 percent in key women demographics over the same time in 2006.
We can reveal that the "key elements" that could not be agreed upon were O'Donnell's propensity to continue to expose the fraud that is the government's official story of 9/11 and her pledge of allegiance to 9/11 truth.

Prominent 9/11 truth sources close to O'Donnell revealed to Alex Jones weeks ago that Rosie had refused to have her first amendment rights restricted and was likely to quit on her own terms after she was asked to stay on the show by ABC with the proviso that she tone down her stance on the issue of 9/11.

Today this has been made official.

According to our source O'Donnell has described some involved with the production of The View as "Neocon gate-keepers" and found it impossible to continue as she was increasingly being heavily edited during recordings.

The same associates were also blocking Rosie from bringing on guests of her own choosing whom she believed would further expose the 9/11 cover up.

Barbara Walters, co owner of the view stated that she had no say in the contract negotiations and added on today's show that they are prepared to be inundated with letters, and that "We have not thought about a replacement."

O'Donnell had increased The View's viewership by 15 percent over the course of the year.

O'Donnell caused uproar last month when she went on a rant about the many questions surrounding the collapse of Building 7, reaching around 30 million viewers in the process.

This was the largest single exposure 9/11 truth has enjoyed to date and it represented a watershed moment in the quest to bring the truth to the masses.

O'Donnell was attacked left right and centre for two weeks solid by such corporate media establishment hacks as Bill O'Reiily, Joe Scarborough and Danny Bonaduce who seriously called for her to be executed.

Despite calling for the whole issue to be marginalized, hypocrite Bill O'Reilly decided to throw his entire weight behind creating a feud with O'Donnell in a desperate attempt to boost ratings for his failing Fox News show.

ABC's The View averages over twice as many viewers as O'Reilly's show, reaching a total of around 30 million viewers throughout the course of the entire show. O'Donnell has introduced 600,000 new viewers since she took the helm in September 2006.

Now it seems America haters such as O'Reilly are to get their wish that O'Donnell should shut up, not because of their own ill informed outbursts but because Rosie has chosen freedom of speech over media control.

The announcement comes on the day when The View is taping a show that features several 9/11 first responders, victims of a government cover-up that allowed them to breathe deadly toxic dust at ground zero.

Rosie is purportedly sick and tired of the very parties who covered-up the toxic dust scandal then claiming the mantle of 9/11 victims in order to smear anyone who asks questions about the events of that day. O'Donnell is aware of the fact that the majority of the victim's family members now believe there is an ongoing cover-up surrounding 9/11.

Our source has also revealed that O'Donnell was prepared to invite numerous other guests on The View, including high profile members of the 9/11 truth movement whom she has been in meetings with for the past six months.

We hope to reveal more as and when Rosie's delicate situation with ABC allows. What is clear is at this point is that O'Donnell will return to television in the near future uncensored.


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