Huge Bombshell Emerges About Sick Thing Obama Did To a Supreme Court Justice Before Leaving Office

It’s common knowledge now that Obama used the CIA and the FISA courts to spy on Donald Trump prior to the 2016 Presidential election. The fact that a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court also was monitored and hacked didn’t seem like a stretch. The same Chief Justice who was appointed by President Bush made the deciding vote to rule that Obamacare was constitutional. Perhaps Obama had something on him which influenced his vote. Just a speculative theory, but the shoe would definitely fit.

Whistleblower Dennis Montgomery came forward and claimed CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper were running a surveillance program that collected all kinds of data including emails, texts messages, and phone calls on targets including Donald Trump, various key government figures, and private United States citizens. Among these targets was Chief Justice John Roberts.

Corroborating Dennis Montgomery’s claim is real estate mogul, Timothy Blixseth, who claims to have seen records proving CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper did, in fact, have a surveillance program collecting information on people which James Clapper lied about under oath to Congress. As reported by Spencer Ackerman of The Guardian, “In March 2013, months before Snowden provided the Guardian and the Washington Post with voluminous NSA data documenting sweeping domestic and international communications dragnets, Clapper had a public colloquy with Senator Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat on the intelligence committee. Wyden asked Clapper: “Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions, or hundreds of millions, of Americans?” Clapper replied, untruthfully, “No sir,” rubbing his head, “not wittingly.”

Dennis Montgomery is a former U.S. Intelligence contractor who is now suing James Comey because Mr. Montgomery claims James Comey and the FBI covered up evidence, which Mr. Montgomery provided, proving there was a spying program going on which was being run by CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. Additionally, President Obama knew about this program and approved its collection activities. Dennis Montgomery took millions of classified documents contained on 47 different hard drives, which understandably is quite enough evidence to make a lot of people nervous.

So how are a billionaire real estate tycoon and a former U.S. Intelligence contractor connected? Timothy Blixseth had dealings with Dennis Montgomery because Timothy Blixseth’s ex-wife started a business which employed Dennis Montgomery. Dennis Montgomery sat down with Timothy Blixseth showing him proof that Blixseth, Trump, and average Americans were among those who were illegally monitored.

There is a recording where Timothy Blixseth is talking with Detective Mike Zullo and Sheriff Joe Arpaio about the victims of this illegal surveillance program. Timothy Blixseth is acting as in intermediary, attempting to negotiate some sort of immunity deal and protection for Dennis Montgomery.

As the interview continues, Timothy Blixseth explains how this illegal surveillance program used people’s phone numbers and phone calls. Blixseth says, “So they used the phone records to be the basis, the nexus for the database. Once they got the phone records, then they went to the banks with the same names.” This is clear evidence of violation of the 4th Amendment.

At the 16:00-minute mark is where Timothy Blixseth starts a demonstration where he shows information illegally obtained by this surveillance program, demonstrating that people’s phone records, bank passwords, and other sensitive information were all in the hands of CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. Timothy Blixseth continues, “You see these names? Jeff (inaudible), Lakewood, Colorado, zip code, phone number, the date it was harvested, his password. There’s 900 million of those all across America.”

At about the 18:00-minute mark, Timothy Blixseth continues the demonstration for Detective Mike Zullo and Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and Mr. Blixseth states, “You know who that guy is? You know who that guy is? That’s the head of the FISA court they hacked into, Reggie Walton. He’s the head of the FISA court, and John Roberts, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court was hacked.”

For the record, the existence of this surveillance program is proven via the WikiLeaks Vault 7 release, along with the statements Dennis Montgomery has made, corroborated by the documents which Dennis Montgomery turned over to the FBI. Interestingly, when James Comey and the FBI received all this damning information, including the hacking and surveillance done on Donald Trump, James Comey did nothing.  This could be the reason why James Comey was fired. Between Comey not charging Hillary Clinton, and sweeping incriminating evidence under the rug, it is highly possible that President Trump had had enough.

In an interview Dennis Montgomery gave on the show “Special Prosecutor with Larry Klayman,” Mr. Montgomery stated, “I was a CIA contractor both under John Brennan and under James Clapper, and these individuals were running domestic surveillance programs in the United States collecting information on Americans. This isn’t political. They were collecting information on Republicans and Democrats. But they collected everything they could find. Bank accounts, phone numbers, chats, emails, and they collected a massive amount of it under the Obama administration.”

What CIA Director John Brennan, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, and the Obama Administration did is criminal and they should be held accountable. Until the American people rise up and demand from lawmakers that people are held accountable for these criminal actions and go to jail, nothing will change.

H/T [The Gateway Pundit, The Guardian, The American Report Sound Cloud, Freedom Watch – Special Prosecutor with Larry Klayman ]

 

 

 

 

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