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.
The same day House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes gave a press conference disclosing that President Trump had been under “incidental surveillance ,” 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.”