E-BEGGING UPDATE: Charles Ortel drags in Judge Jeanine to boost up Jason Goodman's pleas for cash

Updated: Sep 23, 2020

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In an eerie twist, it seems CrowdSource The Truth appears to be hyping a "fake judge" in a recent conspiracy podcast to raise money to fight lawsuits presided over by a real judge.

It seems so-called "Russian" journalist Charles Ortel (regular on Russian Television) has called in more favors to get "Judge" Jeanine Pirro to "call-in" into the CrowdSource The Truth conspiracy show.

The cover story this time was that Judge Jeanine was pushing her new book "Don't Lie To Me", which seems ironic to use Jason Goodman's show as a platform for an anti-lying book.

Jason Goodman wasted no time to begin pushing his "CrowdSource Counter LawFare Fund" seeking what appear to be "donations" or "sponsorship opportunities" for as much as $5,000.

According to the conspiracy theorist Goodman (see Judge Valerie E. Caproni description) he is being attacked on all sides by "LawFare" and needs money to defend himself for legal expenses.

Of particular interest, Goodman claims he needs the money to "expose lawfare".

Above: Jason Goodman appears on the banned Alex Jones (Infowars) channel

Meanwhile, Goodman's three libel lawsuits do not appear to be going away anytime soon. In the Virginia libel lawsuit a new Second Amended Complaint is expected September 26, 2020.

In the S.D.N.Y. EMMY Awards lawsuit wheels just seem to keep turning along with the S.D.N.Y. Port of Charleston Memphis Maersk libel lawsuit. But, Jason Goodman continues the narrative that he is under attack from "LawFare". LawFare may be "coded" language for a sore loser having to take responsibility for their actions.


Jason Goodman appears to be a "conspiracy theorist" who apparently "spends his day concocting outlandish conspiracy theories" according to the judge of two of Goodman's libel lawsuits -- real Judge Valerie E. Caproni.

Above: Courtroom sketch of Judge Valerie E. Caproni

Above: Valerie Caproni testifies before Congress concerning FBI spying

Above: Valerie E. Caproni as Chief Counsel for the F.B.I.

A 2010 report by the Department of Justice's internal watchdog found that the FBI misused a type of non-judicial subpoena known as an "exigent letter" to improperly obtain more than 5,500 phone numbers of Americans.

"The FBI broke the law on telephone records privacy and the general counsel's office, headed by Valerie Caproni, sanctioned it and must face consequences," said John Conyers, then the chairman of the House judiciary committee, in April 2010, who called for then-FBI director Robert Mueller to fire her.


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