Mary Fanning and Alan Jones | January 2, 2019
Senior FBI and DOJ officials involved in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation were also previously assigned to investigate whistleblower Dennis Montgomery’s claim that Obama administration officials John Brennan and James Clapper spied on Donald Trump.
Montgomery asserts that the FBI, under FBI Director Mueller, supplied the computers used to create a private, illegal, unconstitutional, super surveillance system that President Obama’s intelligence chiefs used to spy on Trump.
FBI Director James B. Comey, FBI General Counsel James A. Baker, and five of Mueller’s hand-picked recruits to his Russian collusion investigation team, including Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, were involved in the “buried” FBI investigation into CIA/DNI/NSA whistleblower Dennis L. Montgomery’s claims.
Montgomery specifically alleges that President Obama’s intelligence chiefs, CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, with computers supplied by Robert Mueller, used their newly-created illegal surveillance system to spy on Trump, Trump’s associates, Supreme Court justices, and millions of innocent Americans.
“The proof of Donald Trump being wiretapped is in the documents that were handed over to the FBI” Montgomery’s attorney Larry Klayman told reporters Fanning and Jones.
Federal Judge Richard J. Leon on December 27, 2018 denied a request by the DOJ and Mueller’s Special Counsel Office to delay a court date for author Jerome Corsi’s $350 million lawsuit against Robert Mueller, the DOJ, CIA, FBI, and NSA. Corsi is suing Mueller and those intelligence agencies for targeting him with “illegal and unconstitutional” surveillance and blackmail.
DOJ lawyers argued unsuccessfully that the January 3, 2019 3:00 pm court date should be delayed on the grounds that the federal government is partially shut down.
Corsi is represented in that case by attorney Larry E. Klayman.
In a separate case, whistleblower Montgomery and his attorney Klayman filed a joint lawsuit in 2017 against Barack Obama, Mueller, the CIA, the FBI, the NSA and other federal officials and agencies. Montgomery’s and Klayman’s lawsuit alleged that the defendants ignored and then covered up Montgomery’s whistleblower complaints of illegal domestic surveillance. (HYPERLINK)
In 2015 Klayman helped Montgomery secure limited immunity agreements in exchange for turning over computer hard drives and other physical evidence of that illegal surveillance to FBI Director James Comey’s office.
Montgomery reportedly held a top secret security clearance as well as the rare “above top secret” SAP (Special Access Program) security clearance.
“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
Strzok and Page exchanged text message about Montgomery and Klayman after a retired four star Air Force general discussed Montgomery and secret surveillance system known as “The Hammer” during radio show
Disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok and his paramour, FBI attorney Lisa Page, who together conspired to bring down Donald Trump, were also involved in the Montgomery whistleblower affair.
Strzok, the FBI’s top counterintelligence official and Page, the FBI attorney who was advising Comey and helping to develop the Trump Russia investigation, exchanged a cryptic text message on Sunday evening, March 19, 2017.
Strzok and Page exchanged the text message moments after the Air Force’s former number three Pentagon official, legendary Cold War combat and spy pilot Lt. General Thomas McInerney, broke the Montgomery story onto America’s radio airwaves.
Later that Sunday night, following McInerney’s detailed on-air interview about whistleblower Montgomery’s claims that Brennan and Clapper used their secret surveillance system known as “The Hammer” to spy on Donald Trump, Strzok and Page exchanged a second text message.
The second Strzok-Page text message specifically mentions, by name, Montgomery and Montgomery’s attorney Larry E. Klayman.
“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.” – March 19, 2017 Strzok/Page text message sent hours after Lt. General Thomas McInerney went on air to discuss Brennan’s and Clapper’s secret surveillance system “The Hammer”
During the radio interview, Lt. General McInerney engaged in a detailed discussion of whistleblower Montgomery’s claims that Brennan and Clapper used their secret surveillance system known as “The Hammer” to spy on Trump “a zillion times.”
“Hammer stunned me…It stunned me Dave. It is something that will exceed anything done before in the U.S. government” McInerney told radio host Dr. Dave Janda.
“When I read it, I actually physically gasped” Janda added.
Secretly-recorded audio tapes released by Federal Judge G. Murray Snow identified the super surveillance system as “The Hammer.”
Subsequently, Wikileaks appeared to confirm this information when it leaked classified CIA documents about a mobile phone hacking tool called HAMR (The Hammer) as part of the “Vault 7” CIA document dump.
McInerney was a guest on the Sunday, March 19, 2017 broadcast of Ann Arbor’s WAAM terrestrial radio program “Operation Freedom,” hosted by Dr. Dave Janda.
McInerney, a Fox News military analyst whom the Washington Post dubbed “THE GENERAL WHO CALLS IN THE BIG GUNS,” read live over the air an article by these authors about Montgomery and the “Hammer” surveillance system.
Retired Four Star Admiral James “Ace” Lyons, former Commander in Chief of the US Navy’s Pacific Fleet had forwarded the article to Lt. General McInerney.
Admiral Lyons, who under President Reagan led the world’s largest single military command, passed away in December 2018.
“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.”
Lisa Page is not just some rank and file FBI lawyer.
In the summer of 2016, Page was a principal in the FBI’s investigation into the Trump Russian collusion narrative. By the summer of 2017, Page had migrated with the Russia collusion story onto Mueller’s Special Counsel investigation team.
Additional text messages between Strzok and Page suggest that the FBI was briefing the Obama White House on the status of the Trump Russia investigation.
Recently deceased 26-year-old investigative journalist Bre Payton reported at The Federalist on December 13, 2018 that a newly-released DOJ Office of the Inspector General report reveals that Mueller’s Special Counsel Investigation (SCI) Records Officer deleted text messages that Strzok and Page exchanged while working on the Russian Collusion investigation. Deleting government records is a violation of the Federal Records Act. Destruction of evidence is also considered a crime.
“The 11-page report reveals that almost a month after Strzok was removed from Mueller’s team, his government-issued iPhone was wiped clean and restored to factory settings by another individual working in Mueller’s office” Payton reported. “The special counsel’s Record’s Officer told investigators that ‘she determined it did not contain records that needed to be retained.’” Under the Federal Records Act, all government work product are considered “federal records” and government property.
Before joining Special Counsel Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation, DOJ Assistant U.S. Attorney Deborah Curtis granted whistleblower Montgomery limited immunity in exchange for 47 computer hard drives and additional evidence proving the existence of Brennan’s and Clapper’s illegal surveillance program.
In July 2015, Assistant US Attorney Deborah Curtis, under the guidance of United States District Judge for the District of Columbia Royce C. Lamberth (one-time head of the FISA court), set up two limited immunity agreements with whistleblower Dennis Montgomery for production of physical evidence and for testimony.
On August 19, 2015, Montgomery turned over 47 computer hard drives containing 600 million pages of highly classified data to Assistant U.S. Attorney Deborah Curtis and officials from James Comey’s FBI and FBI General Counsel James Baker.
Montgomery turned over the hard drives at the FBI’s Miami Field Office in Miramar, FL. The FBI provided Montgomery and Klayman with an itemized receipt for the computer hard drives.
Montgomery claims that the data stored on those computer drives prove the existence of an illegal surveillance system run by Obama’s intelligence chiefs -Mueller, Brennan and Clapper.
Richard J. Leon, Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, in his March 1, 2018 memorandum opinion in the civil case “Montgomery v. Comey,” stated:
According to plaintiffs, the FBI, under Comey’s direction, sought to “cover-up” its wrongdoing by inducing Montgomery to turn over 47 computer hard drives containing evidence of the illegal surveillance. They also claim that the FBI has refused to investigate plaintiffs’ claims or return the incriminating hard drives…
…Montgomery alleges that he only gave the hard drives to the FBI because the FBI expressly promised that it would conduct an investigation of the mass surveillance. Former General Counsel of the FBI, James Baker (“Baker”), allegedly assured plaintiffs that Comey was taking “hands on” supervision of the Montgomery investigation, given its importance. Comey and the FBI, however, never conducted the investigation, and Montgomery alleges that they are concealing the hard drives in order “to ensure that the evidence contained therein is not investigated or revealed to the public and prosecuted.”
Strzok and Page first started exchanging text messages the same week that Montgomery turned over the 47 computer hard drives to the FBI.
Montgomery turned over the 47 hard drives to the FBI’s Miami Field Office on August 19, 2015. The first Strzok-Page text message released by the FBI is date-stamped August 16, 2015.
Before joining Special Counsel Mueller’s Russia Collusion investigation, FBI Special Agents Giardina and Barnett debriefed Montgomery on Brennan’s and Clapper’s illegal surveillance operation against Trump.
Over the course of three hours on December 21, 2015, Comey’s “right hand men” Special Agents Walter Giardina and William Barnett debriefed whistleblower Montgomery inside a SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) at the FBI’s Washington, DC Field Office.
“It was a videotaped deposition and I laid out these private domestic surveillance programs that were being run. I specifically named names. John Brennan and James Clapper.”
After debriefing Montgomery, Special Agents Giardina and Barnett went on to join Mueller’s Special Counsel Russia Collusion investigation team In May of 2018.
FBI General Counsel James Baker: The FBI official who took possession of Montgomery’s 47 computer hard drives then became the FBI’s back channel to the discredited Christopher Steele Trump Russia Dossier and Mother Jones leaker
In August 2015, FBI General Counsel James Baker, who reported directly to FBI Director James Comey, took possession of Dennis Montgomery’s physical evidence.
Montgomery says that the evidence he provided to the FBI proves the existence of an illegal, Orwellian surveillance system weaponized to take down Obama’s political enemies.
FBI General Counsel Baker played one of the most important roles in Mueller’s operation to take down Trump.
It was Baker who met with Mother Jones investigative reporter David Corn weeks before the 2016 election, just before Corn broke the story of the now-discredited Trump Dossier.
The dossier was attributed to former British spy Christopher Steele.
Baker managed Comey’s FBI whistleblower investigation of Montgomery’s claim that Obama’s intelligence chiefs Mueller, Brennan, and Clapper put together a surveillance system that spied on Trump.
Both Baker and Lisa Page worked as FBI legal analysts for Comey.
Lisa Page resigned from the FBI on the same day as FBI General Counsel James Baker according to the New York Times.
Klayman accuses Baker, who handled the day-to-day aspects of the Montgomery whistleblower investigation for Comey, of “burying” the Montgomery case.
The Washington Post called Mueller and Comey friends and “Brothers in Arms.”
Giuliani: Mueller is “the insurance policy”
“All those texts from Strzok and Page — deleted?” President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani asked during a December 30, 2018 “Fox & Friends” interview.
“After they find out that Strzok is texting that he hates Trump, that he’s going to get him and stop him — and that if he can’t stop him, he has an ‘insurance policy’ to get him out of office. I believe Mueller is the insurance policy to get him out of office. I’m not just saying that — Strzok was his first investigator.”
“There are no coincidences”
There was collusion. The Trump campaign was not colluding with Russia.
Trump’s opponent former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, were colluding with Russian operatives that worked for the FBI.
The Clintons sold a critical national security asset to Russia under their shady Uranium One deal.
The Clintons sold out their country for $145 million.
“In terms of capability, Russia is the only country on earth that has the capability to destroy the United States of America” said Army Chief of Staff General Mark A. Milley. “It’s an existential threat by definition because of their nuclear capabilities. Other countries have nuclear weapons, but none as many as Russia and none have the capability to literally destroy the United States.”
“Remember: Uranium is a main ingredient in atomic bombs” Deroy Murdock wrote in National Review. “Why would the Obama-Clinton administration let Russia have even a firecracker’s worth of American uranium? This is the $145 million question.”
The Clintons are traitors. The enemy actions of Hillary and Bill Clinton are in the same league as the actions of Cold War Soviet atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
WikiLeaks revealed that Robert Mueller, as President Obama’s FBI Director, personally delivered a sample of highly enriched uranium to Moscow. Weapons grade uranium is a strategic commodity critical to our national security.
Crossfire Hurricane is tactical deception
Mueller’s investigation has turned up no evidence of Trump Russian collusion.
Mueller and his team know there was “there’s no big there there.”
Brennan and Clapper, according to Montgomery, ran their own “private” surveillance system to spy on Supreme Court Justices, 159 Article III judges, elected officials, and 20 million other Americans.
The ultimate objective of these Obama administration illegal domestic surveillance operations, Montgomery says, was to weaponize illegally-collected data and employ it as leverage against their surveillance targets.
For Obama and his intelligence chiefs, the super surveillance system’s number one high value target was Donald Trump.
“The Hammer” and the Obama administration officials who built it, utilized it, and then covered up its existence are part of a seditious cabal.
“Stroke or no stroke, I am going to expose the CIA and NSA misdeeds until the American people know the truth” Montgomery told Klayman during a radio interview.
“I have put my family for years at great risk by coming forward.”
“This is my last stand for America” declared Montgomery.
It used to be considered a fundamental maxim in FBI investigations that “there are no coincidences.”
Mueller, Comey, the Clintons. Obama, Brennan, Clapper, Curtis, Giardina, Barnett, Baker, Strzok, and Page are involved in a conspiracy of treason.
The Hammer, Operation Crossfire Hurricane, and Special Counsel Mueller’s Russian Collusion investigation are not only elements of this conspiracy–but they add up to a coup d’etat.