Yes, Congress is attacking Trump about Putin even as the huge spying mess sits on the front doorstep of Washington, DC. The news isn’t covering the new news which is all about how the NSA spied on over a million US citizens while under Bush Jr. and Obama. This startling news has to break eventually. I am amazed at how much news isn’t appearing this last year…HAHAHA….NO. Everything I ever did was hidden over the years, even spectacular news like camping in front of the UN for a month while sparring with both China and Bush Sr. and winning the fight. No news at all back then.
Comey, the head of the FBI, is a DNC tool. Of course, he is attacking Trump and everyone around him and Congress isn’t interested in all the spying going on via modern, hard to find taps and listening devices which have proliferated.
Running right alongside this stupid Congress and their fixation with Putin is the true scandal: our nation is being ravaged by the DNC/RNC clone of Statsi/KGB spying! This is the real scandal, 100%. Illegal spying is…ILLEGAL. And this has been on and off in the news for the last decade, no less.
First, the breaking news: The person who has released this latest batch of interesting NSA spy information is Klayman And NSA/CIA Whistleblower Montgomery who made news back in 2015 when both sued ACLU for unethical acts. Wait, that is old news from 2015! But wait: the person who released this latest batch of proof the NSA is spying on Trump and a million citizens comes from the same person who leaked previous information to Snowden who is still in hiding from the US government.
MIAMI, June 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Larry Klayman, former federal prosecutor for the Justice Department and the founder of Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch, announced the filing of a lawsuit against the American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”), and certain of its attorneys for violating their fiduciary duty and attorney client relationship, as well as defaming NSA/CIA whistleblower Dennis Montgomery. Complaint was filed in federal court in Miami, Florida (Case No. 15-cv-22452).
The complaint alleges that Montgomery sought legal assistance from the ACLU with regard to his whistleblowing of the unconstitutional and illegal acts by the NSA and CIA, much like the disclosures of Edward Snowden. Montgomery possesses information potentially more egregious than Snowden revealed. Unlike Snowden, Montgomery sought to come forward legally and before government authorities and this was the primary reason for him entering into an attorney client relationship with the ACLU and its attorneys.
Ultimately, as the complaint alleges the ACLU failed to carry through with its representation and instead in an unrelated federal lawsuit in Arizona (Case No. CV-07-2513-GMS) against Sheriff Joe Arpaio, attacked and defamed Montgomery – who had been hired by Arpaio to ferret out illegal surveillance of Arizona citizens – to further the interests of other clients seeking to punish the sheriff for his law enforcement against illegal aliens in Maricopa Country. The ACLU went so far as to falsely publicly accuse Montgomery in court and in the media of being found to be a con man and committing crimes, in conjunction with Sheriff Arpaio and his deputies. Thus, the complaint alleges that in their zeal to destroy Arpaio, the ACLU intentionally harmed its client Montgomery…
Recently, it was also reported in the media that despite its efforts to restrain the NSA from illegal spying, the ACLU itself has been implanting “cookies” in its perceived adversaries computers to illegally spy on them.
Yes, the news is a like a squirrel on a wheel in a cage. Round and round it goes and nothing happens. We were directed by our Real Rulers to go after Snowden and then after Assange. Both are ‘non-people’ who our rulers are most anxious to put in prison.
A quick trip in the past of these leaks of spying on citizens:
On Saturday, a joint investigation by The New York Times and ProPublica provided striking new detail on the extraordinary cooperation provided to the National Security Agency in the surveillance of Americans’ communications records by the second-largest wireless carrier in the country, AT&T.
According to the report, AT&T provided the NSA with access to billions of communications records — including emails and phone call data — as they passed through its domestic network system in the U.S. The report also found that the company installed surveillance equipment in at least 17 of its Internet hubs on U.S. soil, had its engineers test surveillance technology invented by the NSA, and even aided the organization in carrying out a court order permitting the wiretapping of online communications at United Nations headquarters in New York.
Straight out of the movie, ‘The President’s Analyst’ which was one of my favorite movies 45 years ago. The psychiatrist seeing the President is kidnapped by AT&T when he tries to call the White House for help from a pay phone, a very funny movie.
I would advise Montgomery he should flee the US. Time is running out.