OPINION AND EDITORIAL
In what appears to be yet another bewildering move by Jason Goodman, of CrowdSource The Truth, a challenge has been laid down that Steve Outtrim should sue him. Outtrim appears to be an Internet entrepreneur with little connection to Goodman, who now asks Outtrim to sue him.
Jason Goodman has accused Outtrim of operating some type of Internet troll army to attack “truth” researchers in a video broadcast in a pervasive manner across 13 CrowdSource The Truth social platforms.
At time-mark 29:41 Goodman states this about Outtrim:
“This is a psychopath . . . I think he should come to the United States and bring a lawsuit against me..”.
Goodman assailed Outtrim with a dozen or so names, accusations and other insinuations concerning an “Internet troll” army.
The latest accusations by Goodman seem to hearken back to April 2018 when Goodman told the audience of Nathan Stolpman (Lift The Veil) that Goodman had initiated an investigation with the New York field office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Goodman later revealed the Special Agent handling the case was Brittany Custer.
L to R: Nathan Stolpman and Jason Goodman
Goodman at New Jersey tea-party gathering.
To be continued…
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