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Another Whistleblower Steps Forth: 47 Hard-drives and 600 million Pages of Information
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The continuing Intelligence War of America.

Does anybody get the sense that the hitherto knee-trembling power of the IC deep state is now facing its imminent demise?

There's not a thing about this that I can see in the mainstream media. Which begs the question, what fucking good are they anyway?

Given that this latest leak contains a massive 600 million pages of information, much of its classified and secreted onto 47 hard drives, this should be a major story. And if the accompanying letter from Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch Inc., is wholly accurate it's a bombshell of a story with Senators and Congressmen of both parties fleeing and hiding from Klayman (who is also of Judicial Watch) what the CIA whistleblower has revealed.

Quote:CIA Whistleblower leaks 600 million pages, shows both Obama and Comey spied on Trump!


March 23, 2017 News, Politics


Devin Nunes, the House Intelligence Committee chairman, told Trump yesterday that he had evidence that potentially proves the FBI spied on him and his staff at Trump Tower, confirming Trump's accusations of wiretapping.


Now, we managed to find out who the source of the leaked documents was!


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Attorney and FreedomWatch Chairman, Larry Klayman, sent a letter to the House Committee on Intelligence informing Nunes that a CIA whistleblower had contacted him with 47 hard drives on which there were 600 million pages of information, proving both Obama and Comey spied on Trump as well as many other people as well.


This bombshell was dropped by Klayman yesterday on Live TV, and it explains how FBI Director James Comey is engaged in this huge cover-up!


So we know that evidence exists from a CIA / NSA contractor turned whistleblower, detailing a spy operation on Donald Trump.


See the letter below:

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Just one quibble. By the unjust 'laws' and federal and Presidential 'regulations' now, and in place during the past administration, it is NOT illegal to eavesdrop electronically on any US citizen talking to a foreign national. [i.e., talking to a Russian no matter where they are, is not illegal to record both sides of a conversation/email/meeting/etc]. Despite it being technically illegal to do so for US citizens NOT conversing with foreign nationals, the NSA does so anyway...and not just sometimes, but ALL THE TIME [i.e. every email/call/meeting/etc. they can get on anyone.] So, as I have said before, NO ONE had to 'ask' for info on what Trump and his pals/surrogates/team were doing vis-a-vis: Russia or Russians. It was/is all in the databank in Utah. On the claim of 'national security' by the President [and others] it could be pulled, listened to, watched or gotten in transcribed format. Now, Trump can I assume get that on Obama or anyone else he doesn't much like. This whole meme of 'wiretapping of X or Y] is a fiction. Everyone is monitored and those who communicate with foreigners - whether they are in country or out, it is 'legal'. They don't care about legality and look at, listen to, and watch the actions of those who also are only communicating with other US citizens. There is no privacy. The Emperor has no clothes. Past and current Emperors included.
"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
"Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn
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I don't expect CNN or Rachel Madcow to even note this bombshell. Mockingbirds all. Worse than useless, they are brainwashing most of the idiot populace.

Dawn
And for the record-again- I am NOT a Trump supporter. I am a truth supporter.
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Peter Lemkin Wrote:Just one quibble. By the unjust 'laws' and federal and Presidential 'regulations' now, and in place during the past administration, it is NOT illegal to eavesdrop electronically on any US citizen talking to a foreign national. [i.e., talking to a Russian no matter where they are, is not illegal to record both sides of a conversation/email/meeting/etc]. Despite it being technically illegal to do so for US citizens NOT conversing with foreign nationals, the NSA does so anyway...and not just sometimes, but ALL THE TIME [i.e. every email/call/meeting/etc. they can get on anyone.] So, as I have said before, NO ONE had to 'ask' for info on what Trump and his pals/surrogates/team were doing vis-a-vis: Russia or Russians. It was/is all in the databank in Utah. On the claim of 'national security' by the President [and others] it could be pulled, listened to, watched or gotten in transcribed format. Now, Trump can I assume get that on Obama or anyone else he doesn't much like. This whole meme of 'wiretapping of X or Y] is a fiction. Everyone is monitored and those who communicate with foreigners - whether they are in country or out, it is 'legal'. They don't care about legality and look at, listen to, and watch the actions of those who also are only communicating with other US citizens. There is no privacy. The Emperor has no clothes. Past and current Emperors included.

I totally agree Peter. Brave New World has been here a long time. But still it is shocking to see that the f'ing NSA is wiretapping members of the Supreme Court.
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Dawn Meredith Wrote:
Peter Lemkin Wrote:Just one quibble. By the unjust 'laws' and federal and Presidential 'regulations' now, and in place during the past administration, it is NOT illegal to eavesdrop electronically on any US citizen talking to a foreign national. [i.e., talking to a Russian no matter where they are, is not illegal to record both sides of a conversation/email/meeting/etc]. Despite it being technically illegal to do so for US citizens NOT conversing with foreign nationals, the NSA does so anyway...and not just sometimes, but ALL THE TIME [i.e. every email/call/meeting/etc. they can get on anyone.] So, as I have said before, NO ONE had to 'ask' for info on what Trump and his pals/surrogates/team were doing vis-a-vis: Russia or Russians. It was/is all in the databank in Utah. On the claim of 'national security' by the President [and others] it could be pulled, listened to, watched or gotten in transcribed format. Now, Trump can I assume get that on Obama or anyone else he doesn't much like. This whole meme of 'wiretapping of X or Y] is a fiction. Everyone is monitored and those who communicate with foreigners - whether they are in country or out, it is 'legal'. They don't care about legality and look at, listen to, and watch the actions of those who also are only communicating with other US citizens. There is no privacy. The Emperor has no clothes. Past and current Emperors included.

I totally agree Peter. Brave New World has been here a long time. But still it is shocking to see that the f'ing NSA is wiretapping members of the Supreme Court.

While no one had YET provided concrete evidence, I'd be willing to bet the NSA has been sucking in ALL the communications of all top generals, Congresspersons, Cabinet Members, and all Presidents and their staffs - even all top Mandarins of Corporations and Banks. Some whistleblower sooner than later will prove this to be true. The Supreme Court and all Court Judges are just part of the scheme of TOTAL INFORMATION AWARENESS!
"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
"Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn
"If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and never will" - Frederick Douglass
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