‘MailOnline’ yet again publishes utter drivel about James Stunt; they should cease their unjustified campaign against this businessman
In The Talented Mr. Ripley, the detective appointed to discover what happened to Dickie Greenleaf states: “In America we’re taught to check a fact before it becomes a fact” and this, indeed, is something that rightly guides most fair-minded, truth-seeking journalists.
In the case of the MailOnline’s James Fielding, this principle plainly is of little to no importance. In an article published Friday, this peddler of fake news and tittle tattle wrote of James Stunt, his finances and business activities yet produced no evidence to back his nonsensical allegations. Fielding, in fact, produced what can simply only be summed up as utter drivel; he couldn’t even spell “Eaton” correctly and he referred to Range Rovers as “Ranger Rovers.”
In response, Stunt took to YouTube and issued a measured and rational 3:40 minute reply in which he pointed out that no other newspapers show any interest in his activities. Going further he remarked that he “is living the dream” whilst identifying the Mail’s owner, Viscount Rothermere, for what he genuinely is: “An embarrassment” and “utterly demented.”
James Stunt – a gentleman who actually lives a mostly very private life – has shown chutzpah again and again against the Mail. In the world in which Rothermere and his cohort Paul Dacre have created for him, Stunt cannot go to a restaurant without ludicrously then being accused of becoming engaged of the person he sat next to. He now, in their fake creation, is also conducting fictitious business transactions and visiting plainly invented pawnbrokers. It is jolly well time that this comic sheet found itself a more worthy subject to put on their poisonous stage and it is jolly well time that they moved onto their next act.