The worst part about following George Webb's investigation is that you get in the habit of scanning the comments on his videos. Youtube comments are notoriously inane. But with Webb, they often point to unexplored evidence for the crimes he's exposed.
However, last week's events took an odd turn that led to an onslaught of deep-state trolls who frothed dross topped with this cherry: "Trish the Dish is a Lithuanian spy."
Her real name is Patricia Negron. She sprang into the battle against "HRC ratline" because someone needed to meet with a whistleblower to get files that further incriminate the DNC in the murder of Seth Rich. Ms. Negron rendezvoused with "White Rabbit" in the suburbs of Boston and, after over an hour of no-pressure discussion, was entrusted with a thumb-drive revealing political corruption in USA.
Sounds like something a Lithuanian spy would do!
Is there substance to the accusations now flung through Trollville? I tried to research the Webb investigation's detractors, for example, Defango. He said Jason Goodman's a pervert and "George Webb is into some nasty shit too." My gag reflex prevented me from seeking Defango's wisdom about "Trish the Dish" (or, as another troll called her, Yoga Pants.)
She attended Harvard, has a BS in Criminal Justice, and her resume frankly looks tedious to me but I'm sure Defango could make her about "nasty shit" too.
Her history of business analysis is the perfect front for a foreign spy. Or maybe she just is what she says, a "Fighter of Fake News and advocate for journalists & whistleblowers" who had the "distinct honor of having our original accounts quickly suspended by Twitter."
The odd turn of events last week saw George Webb -- already targeted for harassment by FBI -- intimidated by thugs in a hotel elevator. His new sidekick Jason Goodman established a live stream to alert followers to any attack. Live, Webb disclosed he got help from international espionage including "French Mossad." In that raw atmosphere, Trish went to meet that stranger whose thumb-drive may have been involved in a murder. For some of Webb's audience, their first introduction to Trish was a sort of third wheel between the guys, perched on a stool in sexy leggings. Some distrusted her and blamed her for confusion about technical details.
Others of us have known Trish at least since Bernie Sanders' campaign and recognize her dedication to democracy and the rule of law.
I think she's brave.
Fear is a normal result of confusion. There's a lot to be insecure about lately. Can we prosecute Debbie Wasserman Schultz for treason? Will Trump be overthrown by a CIA coup? What if our currency collapses? Many "news" commentators grow their popularity by giving listeners the reassuring illusion of certainty. "That [hero's] into nasty shit" layers superiority over our fear of leaderlessness.
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"Many people think that you're doing this to draw out people who know things. Then, stop them any way you can. Much misdirection and long drawn out orchestrated stories never getting to the bottom line on anything, especially drawing people away from the Clinton Crime Cabal. Scattered everywhere, but toward them. You have every good researcher going down different rabbit holes to keep them occupied until what?"-- Deep-State minion sowing obfuscation
One reason for the character assassination of (Jewish) George Webb and his associates is his confession that he supports "old guard" elements of Israel's Mossad, agents who see firsthand and oppose the gruesome crimes from which covert powerbroker cabals profit worldwide.
Jew-haters smear Rothschilds on whoever dares not vilify everything Israeli. Why this jihad against Jews?
One may as well ask, "Why express contempt for yoga pants?"
The world is full of haters. It's also replete with lovers of truth. I think "Trish the Dish" is a lover. She didn't chicken out when someone needed to step into the fray. She's now in the sights of criminal operatives within the FBI, CIA and the rest of HRC ratline. She knew the risk and took it, not for the thrill but -- from what I know of Trish -- because courage is its own reward.