New rumors: Ed Butowsky paid $5K to Steven S. Biss, esq. to represent Tervor Fitzgibbon — according to Thomas Schoenberger — what?




Internet observers were recently stunned to learn that Edward Butowsky (Dallas, Texas former FOX NEWS contributor) may have paid a retainer to a lawyer on behalf of political operative and former Democratic National Committee (DNC) public affairs consultant Trevor Fitzgibbon.  According to Thomas Schoenberger (associate of Manuel Chavez, III) Butowsky paid the funds to Steven S.Biss, esq, who represents Fitzgibbon and, who is a former associate of Manual Chavez, III (Carson City, Texas).

This paints a very incestuous picture of a cast of characters that orbit the DNC Seth Rich affair.  Many claim that Seth Rich was the original source of the infamous WikiLeaks drops prior to the 2016 Presidential election.  This was the motive behind his murder some believe (see George Webb Sweigert former associate of Jason Goodman).  The theory suggests that Seth Rich performed a bulk data transfer from DNC servers to a USB “jump drive” and sent the USB drive to Wikileaks operatives.

Steve Biss, esq. happens to also represent Robert David Steele in a slander, defamation and libel lawsuit against so-called “Hollywood film maker” Jason Goodman, who was accused of being a “Black Cube” paid operative by Manuel Chavez, III during the Thanksgiving holidays of 2017.  It was later learned that a social media “investigative journalist” Matt Couch supplied the “Black Cube” information to Chavez who relayed the information to podcast audiences as DEFANGO.  Matt Couch and Edward Butowsky are both presently embroiled in a lawsuit by a Seth Rich next-of-kin family member.  Like the Goodman case, it is another “garden variety” slander, defamation and libel lawsuit.

Meanwhile, rumors are circulating that former Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) case officer Robert David Steele is/was very friendly with the former technical director of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) William Binney.  It was Binney that pushed the theory that the DNC breach was an “inside leak” (pointing to Seth Rich).  Binney co-authored a technical report that the volume of the bulk data transfer could not have been accomplished using standard Internet networking bandwidth — causing problems for the “Russian hackers breached the DNC servers” narrative.

It was this narrative that was fondational in launching the Robert S. Mueller, III special prosecutor investigation.  That investigation led to the interrogation of Jason Goodman sidekick “Dr.” Jerome Corsi.


CIA DIRECTOR MIKE Pompeo met late last month with a former U.S. intelligence official who has become an advocate for a disputed theory that the theft of the Democratic National Committee’s emails during the 2016 presidential campaign was an inside job, rather than a hack by Russian intelligence.

Pompeo met on October 24 with William Binney, a former National Security Agency official-turned-whistleblower who co-authored an analysis published by a group of former intelligence officials that challenges the U.S. intelligence community’s official assessment that Russian intelligence was behind last year’s theft of data from DNC computers. Binney and the other former officials argue that the DNC data was “leaked,” not hacked, “by a person with physical access” to the DNC’s computer system.


Above: William Binney appears on numerous Jason Goodman podcasts under CrowdSource The Truth

The William Binney theory of an “insider job”, based on the data analysis white paper (technical report), would — if true — create a nullity for the Russian hacking narrative.

The Russian hacking narrative eventually led to Roger Stone and “Dr.” Jerome Corsi.  Roger Stone was found guilty in the U.S. District Court for Maryland (with a recommended sentence of 7 to 9 years) of obstruction of justice and other charges.


Above: (l to r) Jason Goodman (associate of Brian Singer), Roger Stone and “Dr.” Jerome Corsi (friend of Tommy Sickler).






Meanwhile, in an eerie video, Thomas Schoenberger reads from an e-mail message supposedly created by the wife of attorney Steven S. Biss, esq; Tanya Cornwell.  Evidence has been entered into various federal court cases that indicates Tanya Cornell paid Chavez/DEFANGO $1,500 to DEFANGO’s Patreon account.  This payment allegedly occurred when Chavez/DEFANGO was performing “litigation support activities” for the Biss legal team  — to include locating the true identity of “Queen Tut” (a co-defendant in the Robert David Steele slander, libel and defamation lawsuit against Jason Goodman).  It was later discovered that “Queen Tut” was Susan Luzke Holmes of the infamous Fort Collins, Colorado “red flag” gun confiscation dust up in late January 2020.

White House on deep blue sky background in Washington DC, USA.



Rumors have also been circulating that White House officials met with Ed Butowsky to discuss the Seth Rich story.


Above: Source unknown, from Twitter thread (see above)



This has opened up questions as to all the various players involved within the circle of Chavez – Schoenberger and Biss operations.  It is also a thorny issue to consider that attorney Biss has apparently drafted a Arizona slander, defamation and libel complaint for Chavez/DEFANGO to file in the Arizona courts.  The defendant in the ill-fated complaint that was never filed was Jason Goodman (so-called “Hollywood film maker”).  Also, Biss re[resents Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA)

House Intelligence Committee

Above: Steven S. Biss client Rep. Devin Nunes



Co-sponsor of the ‘Discouraging Frivolous Lawsuits Act’ brings lawsuit against people who are mean to him online

Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., is very mad that people make fun of him on Twitter.

He’s so mad, in fact, that he’s bringing a $250-plus million defamation lawsuit against the social media company and his Twitter antagonists, including accounts titled “Devin Nunes’ Mom” and “Devin Nunes’ Cow.”

Because the ranking member on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and co-sponsor of the “Discouraging Frivolous Lawsuits Act” apparently has nothing better to do.

The lawsuit, which seeks $250 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages, according to Fox News, accuses Twitter of “shadow-banning” the congressman and other conservative voices by hiding their tweets. It also accuses Twitter of “ignoring” complaints of abusive behavior.

The social media site is guilty of “knowingly hosting and monetizing content that is clearly abusive, hateful and defamatory – providing both a voice and financial incentive to the defamers – thereby facilitating defamation on its platform,” the congressman alleges.


Reality Check: Devin Nunes Is Filing Frivolous Lawsuits Just Like Trump

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!




Many Internet observers recall the interview between Robert David Steele and Pizzagate conspiracy brand promoter David Seaman.  David Seaman was also a Steven S. Biss client.  Seaman has allegedly stated in video content that he paid Biss $40,000 in a retainer.


At approximately time-mark 29:00 in the video above, Robert David Steele begins to describe the alleged take-down of Google and Youtube by what some may call “lawfare”.  Steele alludes to the golden pot at the end of the litigation rainbow of “millions and millions and millions of dollars”.  Steele then suggest that he could inspire 10,000 lawsuits.

Who — exactly — has been inspired to do this?

Would Thomas Schoenberger or Manuel Chavez, III know?


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U.S. District Court
Eastern District of Virginia – (Richmond)
CIVIL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 3:17-cv-00601-MHL

Steele et al v. Goodman et al
Assigned to: District Judge M. Hannah Lauck
Referred to: Magistrate Judge Roderick C. Young (Settlement)
Demand: $15,500,000
Cause: 28:1332 Diversity-Personal Injury
Date Filed: 09/01/2017
Jury Demand: Plaintiff
Nature of Suit: 320 Assault Libel & Slander
Jurisdiction: Diversity
Robert David Steele represented by Steven Scott Biss
300 West Main St
Ste 102
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Fax: 202-318-4098
Susan A. Lutzke
also known as
“Queen Tut”
represented by Susan A. Lutzke
2608 Leisure Drive
Apt. B
Ft. Collins, CO 80525


To be continued….

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