OPINION AND EDITORIAL
Apparently some social media hobby enthusiasts have lost patience with so-called investigative journalist Denise Matteau of Corpus Christi, Texas. Some have accused Matteau, formerly of Lenox, Massachusetts, of creating unnecessary public alarm over the COVID-19 and Corona virus outbreaks.
Above: Denise Matteau selling her “Corona masks”
Matteau may be best known for trying to sell her brand of “Corona masks” on social media channels. However, some say she has gone to far attributing industrial accidents (see Port of Neches, Texas) to “domestic terrorists” that are members of a “blackmail, extortion and pedo protection ring” operating outside of Boston, Mass.
Above: Artist rendering of Port of Neches, Texas explosion at TPC factory
Some believe that Matteau is a habitual 911 dispatch abuser. She has been known to call for two to three (2 – 3) patrol cars to visit her house from the Port of Corpus Christ Police Department.
Above: Artist rendition of officers visiting Denise Matteau from the Port of Corpus Christi Authority (PCCA)
Matteau seems quick to form conspiracy theories of “domestic terrorism” around social media personalities George Webb Sweigert and his side-kick Jason Goodman. Matteau cites the pair’s role in evacuating the Port of Charleston, South Carolina on June 14th, 2017.
Many seem concerned that Matteau mixes some truth with over the top sensationalism to create unnecessary public alarm — case in point: blaming “domestic terrorists” for the explosions at the TPC factory in Port Neches, Texas.
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OTHERS SPEAK OUT ABOUT DENISE MATTEAU
LEGAL ACTION AGAINST MATTEAU
According to draft legal complaints posted as a warning to Matteau, she is alleged to be associated with Thomas Schoenberger and Manual Chavez, III. Both Schoenberger, Napa County, California, and Chavez, Carson City, Nevada were associated with a so-called smear campaign engine known as “SHADOWBOX STRATEGIES” (supposedly funded by Dallas, Texas businessman Edward Butowsky and Beth “Blackburn” of Austria). Supposedly Beth Blackburn made a $5,000.00 bank wire transfer to Manuel Chavez, III.matteau-complaint-5555
Some believe that during the present COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, the Texas Disaster Act empowers the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to classify broadcasters like Denise Matteau a hazard to the public health and welfare of the community.
Specifically, attention is drawn to the public pleas and calls Matteau has made for “domnestic terrorist” investigations of the “bombers” associated with the TPC Factory explosions in Port Neches, Texas.
Port Arthur, Texas – Unified Command, under the direction of Jefferson County Judge Jeff Branick, and comprised of Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Jefferson County Office of Emergency Management and TPC Group, today announced it will stand down the interagency command structure following the achievement of several key milestones to further secure the affected area at TPC Group Port Neches Operations.
The interagency Unified Command structure was formed on November 27, 2019 to coordinate response efforts at the site. Unified Command was comprised of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Jefferson County Office of Emergency Management and TPC Group.
To be continued…
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