Scott Wheeler Biography
Among his investigative breakthroughs, Wheeler has worked undercover to reveal:
- The internal operations of the terrorist group Hamas within the United States,leading to several suspects named in the reports to be arrested.
- A weapons of mass destruction pipeline run out of the Middle East, as he posed undercover as an arms-dealer in 1998 and 1999.
- During the Clinton Administration, Wheeler worked inside The People’s Republic of China and investigated the China/DNC fundraising scandal, with many of his reports used in criminal prosecutions, congressional investigations and hearings, and were recognized by several members of congress as the seminal work that ignited their investigations. His penetrating documentary “Trading with the Enemy; How the Clinton Administration Armed China” revealed that high technology transferred to the PRC was being used to violate human rights of the Chinese people.
- Continuing in his effort to reveal the PRC government’s interest in U.S. weapons technology, in 2003 Wheeler’s reportage led to the exposure of a foreign agent from China operating inside the U.S. posing as a college student.
Prior to becoming a journalist, Wheeler served in the US Army for two years, later returning to the Army National Guard and immediately volunteering for active duty service in 2005 and 2006. As a student, Wheeler played college football and after returning from Army duty was a high school head football coach for one year.
With an interest in restoring Constitutional values and an effort to reverse the politicization of the government body, Wheeler created and now heads the National Republican Trust PAC. Using his investigative prowess, coupled with his extensive knowledge of government and history, Wheeler is able to provide the American people the essential information they need in selecting their government representatives. As an expert analyst, he frequently appears on Fox News Channel, Fox Business, MSNBC, CNN, CNBC and CBS, as well as other national and international programs.