QAnon "founder" DEFANGO linked to Steven Scott Biss, esq. in Virginia court documents
Updated: Oct 23, 2020
Above: Hearing set for Jason Goodman
OPINION AND EDITORIAL
MASTER MIND OF QANON IDENTIFIED (?)
Dramatic events continue to unfold as the Financial Times of the City of London has outed Carson City, Nevada resident Manuel Chavez, III as "DEFANGO", alleged founder of the alt-right wing militant movement "QAnon".
Chavez (aka DEFANGO) makes no secret that he has openly communicated with Robert David Steele in the context of lawsuits against Jason Goodman (New York City). Even more disturbing is the link between DEFANGO and founder of Crowdsource The Truth, Goodman.
Many Internet observers will recall when "DEFANGO" filmed himself outside of Jason Goodman's New York City penthouse in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. That event apparently preceded significant exchanges in e-mail messages and telephone calls between the pair.
According to court documents filed in the federal court serving Alexandria, Virginia today, "DEFANGO" apparently worked with several suspected "QAnon" promoters.
Simultaneous with the Financial Times (FT.com) article, HEAVY.COM raised allegations that attorney Steven Scott Biss, esq. (once DEFANGO's attorney) may be acting as some kind of ambassador to transport so-called QAnon messages to Congressman Devin Nunes (R) of Fresno, California.
Supposedly DEFANGO used his remarkable puzzle solving skills (later to be linked with alleged Biss operative Thomas Schoenberger) to solve something called a Cicada 3301 puzzle. "3301" was apparently some kind of recruitment tool to allegedly train operatives in skills needed for service by the QAnon "hive mind" cult.
Other press reports (see above) have discussed the connections between Chavez, Schoenberger and Edward Butowsky; Dallas, Texas business man. Butowsky apparently paid the hotel bills for Chavez and Schoenberger for 30 to 45 days in Dallas.
Steven Scott Biss was the attorney for Ed Butowsky until he was apparently relieved of that assignment last week, when Butowsky was ordered to pay $65,000 in legal fees to the lawyers of National Public Radio. Instead of paying the $65K, Mr. Ed (Butowsky) apparently withdrew and dismissed the lawsuit against N.P.R.
ROBERT DAVID STEELE
Above: "Former C.I.A. operative" Robert David Steele
Meanwhile, this latest round of disturbing legal filings in Alexandria, Virginia surfaced in a lawsuit initiated by Robert David Steele and his lawyer, Steven Scott Biss (who has also been the attorney for Timothy Charles Holmseth of the "Pentagon Pedophile Task Force").
A central theme of "QAnon" is the premise that pedophiles are rampant in the "deep state" and must be rounded up and executed without rule of law.
Mr. Steele formed some kind of International tribunal to review cases of alleged pedophilia as a self-appointed, non-affiliated, volunteer non-lawyer. It is called "I.T.N.J.".
Interestingly, QAnon orbits around spewing unfounded allegations of pedophilia (as is the case with Chavez aka DEFANGO). Chavez has made it clear in many social media podcasts that if he decides a person is "acting like a pedophile" that they will be given that title -- without evidence (of course).
Caveat: In December 2019 "DEFANGO" (Chavez) reported that his step-father committed suicide after he was apparently caught molesting a 14 y.o. family member. There were rumors of a multi-year relationship with the step-father and the victim (abuse may have been between 10 years and 14 years of age).
Above: Steele's group known as ITNJ
Many Internet observers believe the below article about Steele in 2014 points to him as an alleged coordinator of "QAnon". Recall that Chavez was friends with Steele.
What about the claim that the US is on the brink of revolution? “Revolution is overthrow – the complete reversal of the status quo ante. We are at the end of centuries of what Lionel Tiger calls ‘The Manufacture of Evil,’ in which merchant banks led by the City of London have conspired with captive governments to concentrate wealth and commoditise everything including humans."
Robert David Steele is suing Jason Goodman for defamation and a host of other business conspiracy type of allegations.
Click below for court documents:
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Below is the letter Steele sent to Joe Biden:
FUN FACT: Steven Scott Biss was also the attorney for "Pizzagate" researcher of "pedophiles" David Seaman, a social media podcaster.
Above: David Seaman appears on some kind of I.T.N.J. hearing
Above: Apparently a deleted video of Steele (l) advising David Seaman to file a lawsuit against a social media company (Seaman later did with the help of Mr. Biss).
Above: "Dr." Jerome Corsi (New Jersey) Talks with Mr. Steele (Virginia)
OTHER SO-CALLED "QTARDS"
Timothy Charles Holmseth is also a strong supporter of QAnon and maintains a large following of supporters in a rag tag "militia" of "cyber soldiers". Rumors have floated around that Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, USA (ret.) may have some involvement in the "cyber soldier" concept.
Above: Former Goodman alleged side-kick attorney Sidney Powell and retired general (and Obama appointee) Michael Flynn (Flynn's attorney)
Above: Sidney Powell, esq., has been interviewed by Jason Goodman several times to promote the legal cases against retired general Flynn. Her status as a "Qtard" is unconfirmed.
Above: Retired general Michael Flynn pledges his allegiance apparently to DEFANGO as master creator of the QAnon movement
DEFANGO (Manuel Chavez, III) has openly stated that he names his perceived enemies as "pedophiles" with zero evidence. This seems to be the hallmark of the QAnon movement.
Above: Background on Robert David Steele
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