Bombshell…Potential Proof Trump Was Spied on for Years, Systematic Spying on Everyone

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Larry Klayman, a former Justice Department prosecutor and founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, has written a letter to Chair of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes, claiming an FBI cover up. He has a client that claims to have proof of systematic spying by our government on Donald Trump and other prominent people.

Whistleblower Dennis Montgomery is said to have the proof that the Obama intelligence agencies have been spying on everyone, mainly prominent Americans, including the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges, prominent businessmen such as Donald Trump, and even yours truly.

Montgomery worked side by side with  Obama’s former Director of National Intelligence (DIA), James Clapper, and Obama’s former Director of the CIA, John Brennan, according to Klayman who said Montgomery saw the daily spying on Americans.

He didn’t want to end up like Edward Snowden and has been careful to go through the proper channels in releasing information that he left with encased in 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information, much of which is classified.

Klayman said he has tried to come forward to congressional intelligence committees but has been rebuffed.

Thus the letter by Klayman after a failed attempt to meet with Devin Nunes. This seems inexplicable since Nunes just came out yesterday with leaked information about spying on Trump and his campaign associates.

Klayman said that FBI Director Comey is likely engaged in a cover up.

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  1. This whole thing really smells, I think Rep Nunes has been given the goods by a Patriot Whistle Blower, I think Comey is heavily involved in this spying BS, we shall see!!!!!

  2. When I read about this a few days ago I couldn’t help but wonder if they really meant a computer “hard drive”. A typical hard drive is a bulky piece of equipment. On average most drives are 1 Terabyte capacity. Therefore it could amount to 47 Terabytes. That is a Lot of data. So, I wondered whether or not they actually mean a USB stick or an SD card. These can hold a great deal of data and be easy to carry. 47 hard drives would take boxes and boxes.

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