Q Part 3: #DefangoLies Again – Origin Myth #TimePhoneHack

Previous Parts:

#QAnon Part 1 Blind Items Revealed – #All4aLARP?

Q Part 2 – Aleksandr Qgin and the Qouncil on National Policy

LARPers gonna’ LARP. Notorious cyber-troll Manuel Chavez III aka Defango aka Fandango is at it again with a new story of the creation of #QAnon, and more evidence that doesn’t stack up to scrutiny.

@fangcrypto is his new Twitter sock puppet account, after his last two got suspended – was it for doxxing, bullying, threatening, hate speech, harassment, or misleading and deceptive conduct this time? Or was it for attacking @pulte and Dilbert creator @scottadamssays trying to put a stop to #TwitterPhilanthropy?

Who knows, but in the time I’ve followed the guy I’ve seen him using at least half a dozen different sock puppets – that we know about. That’s not against Twitter TOS in itself, so why do they always get suspended?

His latest version of his #QAnon origin myth begins at 45:43:

In this telling of events, an account called Flynn L1v3s (Kevin Flynn) sent him a document called Lookout Mountain Wonderland. The document was created in February 2017, 9 months before the start of #QAnon. Its revision history proves that it has never been edited. It contains a bunch of stuff about “Follow the White Rabbit” and is the origin of Q. Two other documents about Alice in Wonderland and John Podesta also support this.

Some of the stories Defango has told in the past about Q are that he created it, that Cicada 3301 did, that Microchip and JB and him (Turdbo) did (now expanded to include Spicci), and even that Jack Posobiec did.

Lately Lestat has been pushing the narrative “General Flynn is Q”, for some reason this gang seems to be very intent on attacking Flynn. General Flynn’s new attorney Sidney Powell has retweeted Q content previously. She is a Senior Fellow at the London Center, along with the original Able Danger Tony Shaffer. #govLARPer Robyn Gritz claimed to be one of these too, although her name has still not appeared anywhere on their web site.

The links between Q, Posobiec, Alex Jones, Bannon, Cambridge Analytica and the Mercers were explored in Q Part 2.

If Defango’s new story is true, then it means that all his previous stories about Q’s origin were lies. Which they were – but that doesn’t prove the new story is true. In fact, it is yet another LARP, easily debunked prima facie.

Defango shows us the date he received the document – Nov 22 2017, almost a month after the birth of Q. The screen when he is showing us clearly shows the document was edited on that date.

Creation date: Feb 28, 2017
Date edited: Nov 22, 2017

Yet Defango shows us the Version history is greyed out. How can that be if it clearly says it was edited on Nov 22 2017?

It seems there are several different ways to alter the version history of a document shared on a Google drive. The version history of a local copy is not the same as the version history of the original document.

We can further prove that Defango is lying about the document being created before #QAnon. There are a number of links to web sites shown in the document. These prove that its content was created after the launch of Q (which was Oct 28, 2017)

note the URLs in the middle of the screen

The closed caption in the picture above shows him saying “so I followed some of the links” – you can see the date of the post, 22 nov 2017, on the screen behind Defango as he is telling us about the great due diligence he did on his new claim. “8 minutes ago” means it’s likely the author of the post is the one who saved it to the archive.

The content itself has been plagiarized directly from Mind Control Black Assassins, a post written February 26 2012. I have an interview with the site’s author PrinceRay coming up in a CryptoBeast podcast episode soon, I will ask him his thoughts about Q. I’m pretty sure he has nothing whatsoever to do with it.

Source: Mind Control Black Assassins, 2012
“the document dates basically don’t lie” – while he is showing URLs created after the document dates

The Voat link shown on the screen goes to a post about what Q revealed the night before!

Posting date: 20 November 2017
https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2251391

The Twitter link shown is dated Nov 23-24, 2017.

So it is impossible for what Defango is saying to be true – that the document has not been changed since its creation date. It contains multiple links that did not exist at the creation date.

Defango manages to weave Cicada 3301 back into his narrative, implying that they were the creators of #QAnon and Kevin Flynn was a member of Cicada or an intelligence operative. Note the comment from “Bob Barker”, that Flynn Lives was working with Tracy Beanz and Matt Couch (see LARPWars Part 1 and Part 2 about ShadowBox and Ed Butowsky).

Perhaps Defango is distancing himself from his earlier origin myth stories because his buddies at Maga Coalition have announced their intention to sue Q, after being exposed by the psyop:

Defango shows another document titled Looking Glass.pdf. The date on this one is November 29, 2017, more than a month after Q was launched. He gaslights his audience that this is further “proof” of his latest Q origin story.

Defango says:

“I think I just unloaded something that is gonna really fucking piss off Microchip, and it’s really gonna piss off JB, it’s like I just put my dick in the peanut butter and then the honey and the ants are all around me now”

He claims now that he was set up a patsy, sent to DEFCON to launch a plan that had been developed much earlier: “all they had to do was just fill stuff in because they already had a plan set and they had been planning this shit for months”. This part of it may be true.

For someone who claims to have no ties to the intelligence community, he sure has a lot of ties to the intelligence community:

The Keyhole spy satellite system was acquired by Google and became Google Earth. Its founder John Hanke created Niantic Labs, which launched the Pokemon Go geospatial intelligence project. Defango is referring to a Director of Keyhole, David Lorenzini (spelled incorrectly by Defango), who lives in Scottsdale, Arizona and came into the Gangplank Makerspace where Defango used to hang out. This person would have held the highest level security clearances to have been Director of this project. Maybe even a Q clearance?

The livestream is dated December 15, 2017. Once more, after Q launched.

https://steemit.com/news/@defango/interview-with-bill-maher-of-openbios-david-lornenzini-of-keyhole-google-maps-2018-futures-or-vr-ar-night-gangplank-chandler

The date of this Steemit post is December 16, 2017.

Defango shows another document, also with the versions greyed out and a creation date of Feb 28 2017, which has links to files from the WikiLeaks Vault 7 release of CIA hacking tools.

WikiLeaks had tweeted about this release before that date:

The official release date of their Vault 7 drop was March 7 2017.

Technically it is possible that Wikileaks would have these secret, stolen CIA files just sitting up on their web site for weeks while LARPers like Defango and his mates have access to them and share them on Google drives. However it seems more logical that when Wikileaks publishes something, that is when they put it on their web site – and these links to what they published were added after they published it.

Defango says that “They” (pizzagate researchers?) then planned to “snitch jacket” him as retaliation for blowing the whistle on their Q plans:

He claims that Robert David Steele – another intelligence community member who made multiple appearances on Defango’s channel – was promoting Flynn Lives, but shows a web page where Steele is promoting Timothy Holmseth. Defango then goes on to suggest that Montagraph was correct in saying that Holmseth was really Kevin Flynn.

He then goes on to show evidence completely contradicting this – a Voat post stating that they are two different people.


Conclusion

So what is Defango’s motivation to come out now with a whole different story about #QAnon? Is he trying to make himself out as an innocent patsy, who can turn insider witness to the Maga Coalition lawsuit?

Whatever the reason, the conclusion is obvious: #DefangoLies.


Meanwhile, the Q community is hoping that the rebirth of 8-chan as 8-kun will bring the return of Our Favorite Anon.

Remember that this guy got kicked out of the Army for running a porn site, then moved to the world’s sex trafficking capital the Philippines where he adopted an Asian boy – who is now his chief technical guru “CodeMonkeyZ”.


Related Posts

#QAnon Part 1 Blind Items Revealed – #All4aLARP?

Q Part 2 – Aleksandr Qgin and the Qouncil on National Policy

LARPWars Part 1 – Proliferation of Lawfare

LARPWars Part 2 – Moving the Goalposts

Acton v Goodman: Judge Rules On Amended Complaint

In breaking #LARPwars news, there’s some good news for George Webb’s brother today. Pundits like Defango and Marcus Conte reported with glee that his case in the Southern District of New York had been tossed out of court for being a “ridiculous conspiracy theory“, and that if Dave dared to re-file he would be hit with expensive sanctions. Dollar figures for this were even discussed.

I told you that was #FakeNews and in fact the judge had invited George Webb’s brother to re-file his complaint and had helpfully outlined for Dave some of the specific things she was looking for.

Judge Valerie Caproni obviously felt that Dave’s 2nd Amended Complaint was just fine, because she has ordered the case to move to Pre-Trial discussions under Magistrate Judge Stewart D Aaron.

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Here’s the full 2nd Amended Complaint:

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Last week I did a quick video discussing the case:

Thanks to Lift the Veil for promoting this post and reminding me that Marcus Conte went so far as to directly contact the Judge in this case giving her information about Dave Acton and accusing him of wasting the Court’s time – while simultaneously demanding that the Judge watch his hour+ YouTube video.

Conte also tried to report Acton to the FBI. They said they get a lot of crazy people trying to call them reporting stuff like this.

In response, Dave Acton wrote at his blog covering this case checkmatek2.net that he had reported Marcus Conte to the FBI for intervening in a Federal Court matter.

Dave Acton has also sent a letter to Jason Goodman, copying the Court, seeking his support in a Temporary Restraining Order against Marcus Conte and Denise Matteau, aka Truth Convoy.

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This case is also being covered at Tracking The Leopard Meroz:


Previous coverage:

LARP Wars Part 1 – Proliferation of Lawfare

LARP Wars Part 2 – Moving the Goalposts

Acton v Goodman – Judge Invites Plaintiff to Re-File

Acton v Goodman – Affidavit for Disqualification SDNY

Acton v Goodman – Monkey Business

Acton v Goodman Was Charleston Dirty Bomb Hoax an FBI Operation?

Steele v Goodman 159, 160, 161

Acton v Goodman – Judge Rules, Off to New York

Dave Acton Sues Jason Goodman

Insane in the Ukraine – J.Go Like You’ve Never Seen Him Before

Insane in the Ukraine Part 2 – The Spin Begins

Jason Goodman’s Conspiracy Theory

Jason Goodman, Religious Victim?

CryptoBeast #16 – Queen Tut Spills the Beans

CryptoBeast #2 – #Clownsource The #Peabody

Quinn Michaels “Burning Man Sits on Top of a Massive Underground City”

Short Bus Physics with Quinn and J.Go

ReverseCSBS Investigation: David Hawkins

Acton v Goodman – Judge Invites Plaintiff to Re-File

Judge Valerie Caproni has made a new ruling in the Southern District of New York. She threw out all Jason Goodman’s claims and admonished him.

Dave Acton has written about it on his new blog checkmatek2.net

Jason Goodman has claimed this as a victory:

As usual, Jason should have read the fine print. His victory dance may have been a little hasty, since the judge did grant one of the Plaintiff’s motions and also gave the Plaintiff permission to re-file his claim. She seems to acknowledge some merit to the claim, and her response gives a pathway to the pro se Plaintiff indicating what she is (and isn’t) looking for to move this case forward.

The judge called Jason Goodman’s accusations “wildly implausible” and “facially ridiculous”.

The judge is basically saying that Jason Goodman’s conspiracy theories are so far-fetched that nobody could take them seriously, and are specifically designed to deceive his own audience.

The judge specifically says that Goodman has not presented ANY evidence that supports ANY of his “outlandish” claims.

The Judge invited Dave Acton to file an amended complaint which addresses her concerns in the next 3 weeks:

We will update you when that next filing is made.

You can download the complete court document from Tracking Meroz.

Follow this case at checkmatek2.net.