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.