A re-imagined version of Wish played at the 1994 Woodstock concert.
JLSM-201 SOURCE BURNING is a new course taught by Jason Goodman of the fictional Crowdsource the Truth school of journalism. Course module 4 is another slight deviation from the topic of sources and shows how you can burn a colleague in a fashion similar to a source to sow division and foster in-fighting within a movement. A new feature found in Module 4 is Class Homework handed out at the end of the video.
During the June 14, 2017 Port of Charleston incident, Jason Goodman made a conscious decision to willfully ignore the intelligence assessment of a seasoned veteran of the Intelligence Community and chose to frantically trust the claims of a source he admittedly never met.
JLSM-201 SOURCE BURNING is a new course taught by Jason Goodman of the fictional Crowdsource the Truth school of journalism. Course module 3 is a slight deviation from the topic of sources and shows how you can burn a colleague in a fashion similar to a source to sow division and foster in-fighting within a movement.
JLSM-201 SOURCE BURNING is a new course taught by Jason Goodman of the fictional Crowdsource the Truth school of journalism.
In this second module, Jason demonstrates how to burn a source in 4 simple steps:
STEP 1: Mention and praise the source
STEP 2: Manufacture a conflict with the source
STEP 3: Threaten the source
STEP 4: Burn the source; reveal source's personal information publicly
Jason Goodman and his Crowdsource the Truth Team Members (George Webb Sweigert and Trish Negron) live streamed a hysterical 2+ hr live stream on June 14, 2017 about "intelligence" received by one team member (GWS) warning of a high likelihood event involving a dirty bomb on board a Maersk shipping vessel. During the live stream they continuously pushed the quality of their "intelligence" and instructed their live stream viewers to generate a "Tweet Storm" warning government officials and media personalities. Jason Goodman also placed at least three phone calls to relevant authorities only to find that one of his viewers had beat him to it and the USCG was already aware of their "intelligence". The time codes in the lower left hand corner of the video correspond to the time code from the beginning of the live stream, meant to be a marker for Law Enforcement to find the clips in the source video.
Jason Goodman has found a new riff that he recently repeats a lot. He doesn't TELL you the truth, he doesn't KNOW the truth, but he is trying to FIND the truth. Sounds like a persuasion technique for convincing people to sponsor his truth seeking Manhattan lifestyle that involves meeting young women on Tinder. Just a wild guess on my part.
Listen to Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth explain his experience meeting woman (over the age of 20) on Tinder and how it turned into an attempt to bribe him, ransom him, and influence him. Fortunately, Jason was strong enough to resist those attempts and he continues to flourish to this day and is currently crowdsourcing his rent, food money, and IT expenses from his audience.
Jason Goodman denies any responsibility, but most definitely gaslit his audience to and he personally called into three different emergency phone numbers about a dirty bomb threat.
Created 1 year, 2 months ago.
Researcher of self appointed social media pundits. I have this channel to share background research that I tend to do when I come across folks on the internet making wild claims. Hopefully it will foster more discussion about people such as George Webb, Jason Goodman, Quinn Michaels, April LaJune and whoever else catches my attention as worthy of scrutiny.
I have a full-time day job that is un-related, therefore the videos will be rough around the edges most of the time. But hopefully they will be able to communicate what I am trying to convey.