BOMBSHELL: CIA Whistleblower Leaked Proof Trump Under “Systematic Illegal” Surveillance Over Two Years Ago: FBI Sat On It

Whistleblower Dennis Montgomery allegedly has 47 hard drives and 600 million pages of documents that prove that President Donald Trump was correct about being illegaly wiretapped by President Obama.

The illegal operations against Trump were started in 2004. Trump was not the only target. Dozens of others were also illegally spied on, including members of the Supreme Court.

Judicial Watch claims that the FBI has had this information for two years but has sat on it. If true, that would make FBI Director James Comey a criminal.

When Rep. Devin Nunes dropped his bombshell about Trump being surveilled yesterday (scroll down on the homepage to the next post), this information may be what he was alluding to. The letter reproduced at the bottom of this post shows that Judicial Watch told Nunes two days ago that if he did not go public with the story, that it would.

Zerohedge

The same day House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes gave a press conference disclosing that President Trump had been under “incidental surveillance [4],” Attorney and FreedomWatch Chairman, Larry Klayman, sent a letter to the House Committee on Intelligence imploring them to pursue the claims and evidence presented under oath at a Washington DC FBI Field Office by his client – CIA / NSA Whistleblower Dennis Montgomery – who Klayman claims “holds the keys to disproving the false claims… …that there is no evidence that the president and his men were wiretapped”

When Montgomery attempted to deliver this information through the appropriate channels two years ago, the former CIA and NSA contractor wasn’t given the time of day:

[W]hen Montgomery came forward as a whistleblower to congressional intelligence committees and various other congressmen and senators, including Senator Charles Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, who, like Comey, once had a reputation for integrity, he was “blown off;” no one wanted to even hear what he had to say.

WND notes that if the story told by Judicial Watch and Dennis Montgomery are true, then the statements made by FBI Director Comey on Monday before Congress were “false.”

JAMES COMEY MIGHT HAVE A LOT TO BE WORRIED ABOUT.

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House Intel chairman: Trump’s personal communications may have been collected

DEVIN NUNES, CHAIR, HOUSE INTEL COMMITTEE.

A bombshell was dropped on Washington politics on Wednesday by House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes.

President Trump’s communications were the subject of “incidental collection” according to Rep. Nunes.

Which translated into reality means that somebody was getting everything they could on Trump in order to smear him or blackmail him into following the New World Order agenda.

CNN

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s personal communications may have been picked up by investigators through “incidental collection.”

Nunes said at a news conference he discovered the potential surveillance of Trump himself while reviewing intelligence reports, but said it was not related to Russia.

“This is a normal, incidental collection, based on what I could collect,” Nunes said. “This appears to be all legally collected foreign intelligence under” the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

Nunes said he alerted House Speaker Paul Ryan about the collection and is traveling to the White House Wednesday afternoon.

“I’m actually alarmed by it,” Nunes said.

Asked whether he felt vindicated by Nunes’ comments, Trump told reporters in a brief exchange he felt “somewhat” vindicated.

Democrats on the committee appeared blindsided by Nunes’ announcement. Rep. Jim Himes said he spoke with ranking Democratic member Adam Schiff, and that neither of them are familiar with the evidence Nunes is citing.

Nunes is chairing the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Russian meddling into the US election last year. Two weeks ago, Trump asked Congress to investigate whether Trump Tower was wiretapped by his predecessor, then-President Barack Obama.

On Monday, Nunes’ committee held a hearing featuring FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers. At that hearing, Comey confirmed for the first time that his agency is investigating possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign and whether any crimes may have been committed during last year’s election campaign as part of a wider probe into the hacking of Democratic servers and the Clinton campaign.

Also at that hearing, Comey said he had seen no evidence so far of the specific allegation of wiretapping Trump Tower.

Nunes did not know whether the “incidental collection” happened at Trump Tower, and could not say for certain whether Trump’s communications were directly collected.

Nunes said the collection included Trump transition officials and that it happened after the election. He said he could not say whether it meant that Trump was “spied on”

“I’m not going to get into legal definitions, but clearly I have a concern,” he said.

As all of the confusing stories break out in the media about Trump, the Russians, wiretapping, blah, blah, blah, try to remember at least one thing: (((They))) want us confused.

The simple take away from yesterday’s explosive revelation is that we already knew in our hearts that the Deep State spies on everybody, so why not Donald Trump, the one man who might be able to throw a monkey wrench into their cushy, comfortable old boys club.

The unasked question that the media will avoid like the plague: What did Obama know and when did he know it? Were Obama’s actions legal or illegal?

Obama picked a good time to spend a month in Tahiti.

Barack Loses Michelle for Month Long Polynesian Vacation

“BATH HOUSE BARRY” OBAMA LANDING IN TAHITI.

Three things stand out in this story if you’re savvy enough to catch them:

1. Obama stopped in Hawaii at the time the federal judge there ruled against Trump travel ban 2. Did Obama speak with the judge before hand? We’ll never know, but it’s suspicious.

2. The absence of Michelle (or Michael, as the case may be) offers some evidence that the marriage between a down low gay president and his “wife” is fake. Obama will certainly be free to enjoy his houseboys in the privacy that he lacked in the White House.

3. I’ve seen Internet chatter suggesting that Obama is on the verge of being arrested and that Tahiti has no extradition treaty with the U.S. According to this list of countries with no extradition treaty, that’s not true. Tahiti is a French overseas country. I assume that French treaties are binding in Tahiti. However, there is the complication that France will not extradite someone facing the death penalty.

One more thing. Obama’s Secret Service agents are getting some nice duty at taxpayer expense.

AOL

Former President Barack Obama kicked off a month-long vacation on Wednesday, but his wife was nowhere to be found.

Barack Obama arrived in French Polynesia on Wednesday, where he will reportedly spend a month at the luxury Tetiaroa atoll retreat — a high-end escape owned by late actor Marlon Brando.

Obama will reportedly spend his time on the island of Tahiti without political meetings, or any of his family members. The 44th president has been in public sight numerous times since leaving his White House position — including a New York outing with U2’s Bono and a rockstar vacation in the British Virgin Islands with Richard Branson. The notorious March Madness fanatic even had time to fill out his 2017 NCAA tournament bracket.

Before arriving for his luxury stay in Tahiti, Obama made a stop in Hawaii for some golf play. A “Noi Thai Cuisine” restaurant posted pictures of the former commander in chief dining at their establishment.

The French Polynesian resort at which Obama is staying is quoted at costing between the euro equivalent of $2,150 and $13,201 dollars per night.

Both Barack and Michelle Obama signed massive book deals with Penguin Random House earlier this month, signaling their plans to stay visible as though leaders in the public eye. It is unclear what caused the former president’s wife to stay behind during Barack Obama’s trip, but the former first lady is also set to appear as a judge on tonight’s episode of “MasterChef Junior,” hosted by Chef Gordon Ramsay.

Meanwhile, back at Obama’s house in Washington, Valerie Jarrett is plotting the overthrow of President Trump. Obama may get his two cents worth in on that even if he is spending hours each day on an island canoe with a rent boy or two.

Barack Hussein Obama’s Kenyan Birth Certificate Finally Surfaces

Malik Obama, the alleged half brother of former American president Barack Obama, has Tweeted an unauthenticated copy of President Obama’s birth certificate.

The place of birth is shown as Kenya.

There is a baby footprint visible on the birth certificate, which if shown to match the president’s footprint, would prove that Barack lied about being born in the U.S. state of Hawaii.

The birth certificate that Barack Obama provided to the American people shows Barack’s birthplace as Hawaii. If the Kenyan certificate can be authenticated, then the Hawaii certificate must be a forgery.

Most Americans are aware that current U.S. president Donald J. Trump was demeaned as a “birther” prior to and during his run for the presidency. Sheriff Joe Arapiao of Arizona also investigated Obama’s birth and determined that the Hawaii certificate is a forgery.

Sessions: Open to Outside Counsel to Investigate Obama DOJ

Our job is to keep pushing Jeff Sessions to charge Obama, Valerie Jarrett, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, and others with treason.

Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested Thursday that he would be open to the appointment of an outside counsel to review actions taken by the Justice Department during the Obama administration.

Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt asked Sessions in an interview if the new attorney general would consider designating an outside counsel “not connected to politics” to take a second look at Justice Department actions that provoked Republican ire in the last eight years. Those include the Fast and Furious gun scandal and the decisions against bringing criminal charges over Hillary Clinton’s email practices or the Internal Revenue Service’s treatment of conservative groups.

Hewitt contended during his radio interview that the department had become “highly politicized” in the Obama administration and floated the idea of a special review by an attorney with the authority to bring criminal charges and “just generally to look at how the Department of Justice operated.”

Sessions was noncommittal but left the door open, saying he would do everything he could to “restore the independence and professionalism of the Department of Justice.”

“So we would have to consider whether or not some outside special counsel is needed,” Sessions said. “Generally, a good review of that internally is the first step before any such decision is made.”

LOOKS APPROPRIATE.

Clinton’s Homosexual Campaign Manager Admits Trump was Wiretapped (Video)

Here’s the whole interview with slick talker Robby Mook, Hillary’s campaign manager. MUH RUSSIANS! MUH RUSSIANS! MUH RUSSIANS!

Who knows if this guy is telling the truth or if he even knows anything.

Conservative Black Historian Shelby Steele Explores End of White Guilt

Since I’ve never felt nor been sympathetic in the least to the notion of white guilt or white privilege, I can’t identify even slightly with the foolish, indoctrinated liberal cuck in the photo above.

His day in the sun is hopefully over. Which leaves a person wondering where the (((cultural Marxists))) will try to take us next.

Civil war? Trump’s impeachement? Fema camps?

Respected black historian Shelby Steele explains how whites have taken the first steps toward rejecting white guilt.

Excerpt from the Wall Street Journal

America, since the ’60s, has lived through what might be called an age of white guilt. We may still be in this age, but the Trump election suggests an exhaustion with the idea of white guilt, and with the drama of culpability, innocence and correctness in which it mires us.

White guilt is not actual guilt. Surely most whites are not assailed in the night by feelings of responsibility for America’s historical mistreatment of minorities. Moreover, all the actual guilt in the world would never be enough to support the hegemonic power that the mere pretense of guilt has exercised in American life for the last half-century.

White guilt is not angst over injustices suffered by others; it is the terror of being stigmatized with America’s old bigotries—racism, sexism, homophobia and xenophobia. To be stigmatized as a fellow traveler with any of these bigotries is to be utterly stripped of moral authority and made into a pariah. The terror of this, of having “no name in the street” as the Bible puts it, pressures whites to act guiltily even when they feel no actual guilt. White guilt is a mock guilt, a pretense of real guilt, a shallow etiquette of empathy, pity and regret.

Perhaps the Obama presidency was the culmination of the age of white guilt, so that this guiltiness has entered its denouement. There are so many public moments now in which liberalism’s old weapon of stigmatization shoots blanks—Elizabeth Warren in the Senate reading a 30-year-old letter by Coretta Scott King, hoping to stop Jeff Sessions’s appointment as attorney general. There it was with deadly predictability: a white liberal stealing moral authority from a black heroine in order to stigmatize a white male as racist. When Ms. Warren was finally told to sit, there was real mortification behind her glaring eyes.

This liberalism evolved within a society shamed by its past. But that shame has weakened now. Our new conservative president rolls his eyes when he is called a racist, and we all—liberal and conservative alike—know that he isn’t one. The jig is up. Bigotry exists, but it is far down on the list of problems that minorities now face. I grew up black in segregated America, where it was hard to find an open door. It’s harder now for young blacks to find a closed one.

This is the reality that made Ms. Warren’s attack on Mr. Sessions so tiresome. And it is what caused so many Democrats at President Trump’s address to Congress to look a little mortified, defiantly proud but dark with doubt. The sight of them was a profound moment in American political history.

Today’s liberalism is an anachronism. It has no understanding, really, of what poverty is and how it has to be overcome. It has no grip whatever on what American exceptionalism is and what it means at home and especially abroad. Instead it remains defined by an America of 1965—an America newly opening itself to its sins, an America of genuine goodwill, yet lacking in self-knowledge.

HISTORIAN SHELBY STEELE.