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Corsi: Obama’s surveillance system aimed at Donald Trump, Americans

Written By | Jan 6, 2019

WASHINGTON. Dr. Jerome Corsi continues to affirm his belief that he was targeted by surveillance technologies. These are the same technologies, Corsi suspects, that CIA-contractor-turned whistleblower Dennis Montgomery alleges the Obama administration used to spy on Donald Trump.

MARY FANNING: Do you believe that you were under surveillance?

JEROME CORSI: I believe I was under surveillance. I think I was spied on by the NSA, FISA and rogue elements at the top of the FBI, [who are] politically motivated to cover up their illegal surveillance.

FANNING: Do you believe that you were being surveilled by the same system that whistleblower Dennis Montgomery turned over the evidence of to the FBI and that Montgomery alleges the Obama administration used to spy on Donald Trump?




CORSI: Yes. The FBI buried that evidence.

Corsi’s court appearance

Represented by attorney Larry Klayman, Corsi was in a Washington D.C. court on January 3. During that appearance, U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon declined to oversee Corsi’s $350 million lawsuit against Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the DOJ, CIA, NSA, and FBI. Judge Leon noted that cases are randomly assigned to Judges.

Corsi is suing the defendants for illegal surveillance and attempted blackmail. Corsi claims Mueller and the identified Federal agencies were perpetuating a wider conspiracy to bring down President Trump.

In speaking to media following the hearing, Corsi says:

“We’ll find the next judge and see how fair the next judge is. This is a case that we cannot lose, regardless of the outcome,” Corsi says. “Today, we won the first of many victories … I will fight this until I die. I will go to prison until I die.”

“Say nothing”

Sunday, March 19, 2017, immediately following Lt. General Thomas McInerney’s revelation of John Brennan’s and James Clapper’s illegal surveillance system known as “The Hammer” (HAMR), text messages between FBI counterintelligence chief Peter Strzok and his mistress, FBI attorney Lisa Page, reference Dennis Montgomery and attorney Klayman, who also represents Montgomery.

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Lisa Page, Dennis Montgomery, Peter Strzok

“Say nothing. I’m not going to respond to the whole group. The Klayman/Montgomery stuff in the email Jim just sent is utter BS. Best to say nothing and brief later if necessary.”
– Strzok-Page text message, March 19, 2017

Wikileaks drops its own “hammer”

Strzok and Page exchanged that text message on the evening of Sunday, March 19, 2017. The exchange occurred immediately after Lt. General Thomas McInerney broke the story of Brennan’s and Clapper’s illegal surveillance system during a radio interview. During the radio show, broadcast over America’s radio airwaves, McInerney revealed that Obama’s intelligence chiefs built and operated an illegal surveillance system known as “The Hammer” (HAMR).

McInerney read live over the air an article by these authors exposing Brennan’s and Clapper’s “Hammer” surveillance system.



“This is so far greater than Watergate. Watergate was just nothing compared to, if Hammer is true, and someone needs to verify it…it is very important that this be looked at right now” McInerney said during the interview.

“This is a very serious thing. Everything about the Russians stealing the election is tactical deception.”

WikiLeaks provided the additional proof of The Hammer (HAMR) when they dropped the “Vault 7” cache of classified CIA documents about CIA hacking programs that confirmed the existence of HAMR (The Hammer).

“Leverage” evolves into an Orwellian weapon

Montgomery maintains, that Brennan and Clapper, using computers supplied by Robert Mueller, illegally collected data on 159 Article III judges, Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, and one-time head of the FISA court Judge Reggie Walton, for the express purpose of tightening Obama’s grip on power through “leverage.”

Dennis Montgomery further asserts that Mueller “has a huge conflict of interest” with regard to his ongoing Trump-Russia “collusion” investigations. As a consequence, Montgomery says Mueller is the “last person who should be investigating Trump.” He further alleges Brennan’s and Clapper’s private surveillance system was built with computers obtained from the FBI under Robert Mueller’s watch.

“This is very, very, very powerful technology, and it was created under Robert Mueller’s watch. The last person I would think that should be investigating Donald Trump is Robert Mueller, who was collecting information on Donald Trump ten years ago … mueller has a huge conflict of interest, a huge conflict of interest” — CIA contractor-turned-whistleblower Dennis Montgomery

The surveillance system is an Orwellian weapon that President Obama and his intelligence chiefs used to carry out a coup d’etat against duly-elected President Trump.

Donald Trump has been a target for more than a decade

Montgomery alleges that Obama’s intelligence chiefs spied on Donald Trump for nearly ten years because the CIA feared Trump.

Attorney Larry Klayman also represents Dennis Montgomery. On August 19, 2015, Montgomery gave the FBI’s Miami Field Office forty-seven computer hard drives of classified data.

Montgomery maintains that the 600 million pages of documents stored on the hard drives that he turned over to FBI Director James Comey and FBI General Counsel James Baker prove that Obama’s intelligence chiefs, CIA director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, illegally spied on Trump, Trump’s inner circle, federal judges, powerful business people, and 20 million other Americans.

Attorney Klayman says that Comey’s FBI not only took possession of Montgomery’s evidence. He says the FBI also buried it along with the entire investigation.


Read also: Obama’s surveillance Hammer on Trump worse than Watergate

Dennis Montgomery says the physical evidence was given to the FBI under a limited immunity deal struck by Assistant US Attorney Deborah Curtis.

After Curtis offered Montgomery limited immunity, she then joined Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation team, along with other DOJ and FBI officials who were members of the Montgomery whistleblower investigation team.

Those 600 million documents, when stacked one upon the other, would measure thirty miles high.

Said Dennis Montgomery,

“They [the intelligence agencies] leaked false information about me in 2009 and 2011 to the press to discredit me in case their domestic surveillance programs ever became public. Somebody leaked my name to [New York Times reporter James Risen] saying that my work for the government didn’t work and so forth, which is ridiculous.
My work saved lives…

“He just wanted to hurt the Bush administration, so he was spinning this tale, and he knew that I could not respond to his articles because I was under U.S. protective gag order on me saying I could not respond to anything, and I had the state secrets privilege filed against me that if I would have violated I would have been charged with treason under the U.S. Espionage Act.”

Other investigative reporters besides Corsi claim that the government targeted them for illegal surveillance while President Obama was in the White House. Former CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson and James Rosen of Fox News also claim that they were under surveillance.

How can any American have confidence in our judicial system? How can Americans believe they can get a fair trial when our judges find themselves under surveillance for “leverage?”

The reality of Federal judges under surveillance is the very definition of a Stasi police state.

— Headline image: Jerome Corsi. Screen capture via YouTube video.

 

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