Spying was done by the FBI
FBI, CIA & NSA Have Known For 2 Years About Illegal Wiretapping
The light is finally being shed on the Deep State and it’s most powerful members. Their illegal, anti-american, globalist plans are being identified. Thanks to federal whistleblower Dennis Montgomery, we have new information to share.
Former Obama Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who has already lied in congressional testimony has been named by Montgomery as being a globalist pawn and enemy of the United States. He allegedly has known and approved of secret illegal wiretaps of Members of the Supreme Court, federal judges, US Senators and Congressmen, The Press, and prominent businessmen including Donald Trump.
Former Obama Director of the CIA, the equally ethically challenged John Brennan has also been identified as knowing about the illegal wiretapping of United States citizens and working for Deep State globalists working against the People of the United States.
Dennis Montgomery is a first-hand witness and observed ‘up close and personal’ this “Orwellian Big Brother’ intrusion on privacy, for . . . coercion, blackmail or other nefarious purposes.” The Deep State globalist actors spy upon everyone, gathering any and all information and data that could ruin their careers or their families and then blackmail them into doing the Deep States globalist bidding. Their blackmailed victims include Supreme Court Justices, senators, congressmen, hollywood actors, federal judges, attorneys, news corporations like CNN, NBC, ABC and print Media like the New York Times, Washington Post and others.
The lawyer who founded Judicial Watch and later Freedom Watch, Larry Klayman, represents Dennis Montgomery and has sent a letter to Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, asking him to look at the whistleblower’s evidence of “systematic illegal surveillance on prominent Americans, again including the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges, and prominent businessmen such as Donald Trump,”
That spying was done, Klayman’s letter contends, by the FBI, which is clearly why James Comey has refused to investigate the alleged spying. He obviously won’t investigate himself.
It’s become a major issue following President Trump’s assertion that he and Trump Tower were spied upon by the federal government, and the subsequent denials by intelligence and law-enforcement officials, including FBI Director James Comey, who, in an act of collusion with Deep State globalists, famously cleared Hillary Clinton on accusations she mishandled classified information as U.S. secretary of state even though she clearly mishandled classified information.
Klayman has been working with Dennis Montgomery, a former NSA and Central Intelligence Agency contractor who “left the NSA and CIA with 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information, much of which is classified.”
Montgomery then “sought to come forward legally as a whistleblower to appropriate government entities, including congressional intelligence committees, to expose that the spy agencies were engaged for years in systematic illegal surveillance on prominent Americans” by anti-american Deep State globalists.
But Dennis Montgomerys’ testimony has been ignored for over 2 years.
Now, however, with the issue pending before Congress thanks to Donald Trump, media reports are substantiating the claims that the Deep State has been spying on and blackmailing the United States government and its citizens. The New York Times in January referenced wiretapping at Trump Tower, and just this week ABC News documented that the FBI monitored Trump Tower.
Klayman, a Washington watchdog who repeatedly took on the Clinton political machine to investigate suspicion of wrongdoing, explained in his letter to Nunes, which was copied to other members of Congress, that he previously won a judgment from U.S. District Judge Richard Leon preliminarily halting the “illegal, warrantless, and massive surveillance of U.S. citiznes and lawful residents” in 2015.
As part of Nunes’ hearing on claims of government spying, he invited “anyone who has information about these topics to come forward.”
Klayman said that is exactly what Montgomery has done.
“There is a myriad of evidence, direct and circumstantial, of the illegal and unconstitutional surveillance disclosed to the FBI by Montgomery,” said Klayman, describing how his client made an on-camera interview with the agency about the misdeeds two years ago.
He said Montgomery “holds much of the roadmap to ‘draining the swamp’ of this corruption of our democracy.”