Can The “Mama Bears” Help Rittenhouse Attorney John Pierce?
“Indeed, a review of the dossier appears to indicate, if there is one thing John Pierce is good at, he’s good at failing to see things through.”
John Pierce appears to have been a terrible husband to his former wife. The same John Pierce claims a female relative of the Drug Lord “El Chapo” went to jail for beating him. There are, however, two women who have had perhaps less volatile relationships with the former lawyer for Rudy Giuliani. Both Wendy Rittenhouse, the mother of Pierce’s client Kyle Rittenhouse, and a Pierce long-time 24/7 confidante named Lauren-Schaefer Green, have called themselves “Mama Bears.” Given the brutal developments for Pierce over the last several months, perhaps John “War is Coming” Pierce could use a hug?
A dossier of Pierce’s recent monthly set backs is included below; it is quite an impressive list of failure. Indeed, a review of the dossier appears to indicate, if there is one thing John Pierce is good at, he’s good at failing to see things through. First, let’s briefly catch everyone up on John Mark Pierce and his “Mama Bears.”
Schaefer-Green joined Team Pierce in around 2015 and was a fixture by his side for years to come. The relationship had some ups and downs, for example, in mid-2018, Pierce announced to his entire law firm that Schaefer-Green had “unquit on me again” and added “yes her and I have some kind of dysfunctional co-dependent craziness going on.”
As for the co-dependence, after Pierce missed a 9:00 Tuesday morning meeting because he was still too drunk from the night before, Schaefer-Green proclaimed “he can’t drink anymore ever again. . .That’s why mama bear is here.”
It now seems that Pierce has a new “Mama Bear” in his life. A recent statement allegedly written by Wendy Rittenhouse includes the moniker.
While the current status of Pierce’s relationship with “Mama Bear #1” is unclear, the attorney has appeared in several all-smiles photos with “Mama Bear #2.”
As for the real “mama” in Pierce’s life — the mother of his children — well, John Pierce reportedly threatened to kill her.
The Daily Mail report was just one of several blows that the University of Notre Dame graduate has taken over the last several months. Let’s take a look.
- June 2020. Pierce quit a case in New York after the other side raised Pierce’s financial issues with the court.
- September 2020. Pierce stepped off a legal fundraising board of directors after his “dodgy finances” were exposed.
- October 2020. Pierce quit on clients in an ongoing Los Angles lawsuit while whining about being understaffed and overwhelmed.
- October 2020. Pierce tried to quit on another client in a Connecticut case while whining about being understaffed and overwhelmed.
- October 2020. Pierce failed his client at the Rittenhouse extradition hearing.
- December 2020. Pierce stepped off the Rittenhouse criminal defense after the prosecutor raised Pierce’s financial issues with the court.
- December 2020. The Daily Mail published an article which reveals Pierce’s issues with booze, cocaine, debt, physical violence, domestic violence restraining orders and a stint in a UCLA psychiatric facility.
- January 2021. Pierce is off the Carter Page litigation in Delaware after the judge kicked his co-counsel Lin Wood off for poor behavior. (It’s unclear if Pierce quit on his own or was pushed.)
- January 2021. A litigation funder Virage Capital Management confirms that Pierce’s firm Pierce Bainbridge Beck Price & Hecht LLP owes “no less than $59 million.”
This is an enlightening dossier for the self-appointed “elite” attorney and this is only what we know.
In light of this all, do you think John “I just never grew up” Pierce perhaps could use a Mama Bear shoulder to cry on? Before you answer, keep in mind that John “War is Coming” Pierce has referred to his lawyers as an “Army of Killers,” and “Navy Seals” who possess “Kevlar Skin with titanium at times.” Accordingly, for their tough guy former “leader” — around 60 attorneys quit Pierce last year — a “Mama Bear’s” shoulder is presumably not needed.