Illegal US Gov’t Spying on a Massive Scale

Sometimes it’s possible to get caught up in the weeds in the comments section at the Conservative Treehouse blog.  This time reading through many comments has led to some startling revelations!  Please watch this video to learn more about the massive spying the US Government has been illegally doing against its citizens.  This interview of 2 former government contractors with the NSA/CIA/FBI who worked on parallel platforms where the government can spy on anyone but avoid oversight, accountability, & footprints is stunning in its indictment of what’s been happening for many years!!!

The original conversations were found at this provocative Treehouse post:

Devin Nunes and Mark Meadows Discuss Corruption Within FBI/DOJ and “New Whistle-blowers” Coming Forward……

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There are some fascinating discussions about whistleblowers in the comments, here’s a hint of what you can find there–please check it out yourself, link immediately above:

  • Beau Geste says:

    If I recall correctly, there were supposed to be about 30 FBI agents who tried to be “whistleblowers”, but the congresscritters refused them. Because of their “non-disclosure” contracts and crime statutes, they wanted to be subpoenaed by congress to testify and produce records. Congress (then republican) refused. Do I remember this correctly?

    • Beau Geste says:

      I looked it up:
      “There are agents all over this country who love the bureau and are sickened by [James] Comey’s behavior and [Andrew] McCabe and [Eric] Holder and [Loretta] Lynch and the thugs like [John] Brennan–who despise the fact that the bureau was used as a tool of political intelligence by the Obama administration thugs,” former federal prosecutor Joe DiGenova told The Daily Caller Tuesday. “They are just waiting for a chance to come forward and testify……TheDC independently confirmed the veracity of the consultant’s position and access, and reviewed detailed transcripts of his Q&A with the special agent, who requested the arrangement due to internal dragnets and fear of vicious retribution.
      These agents prefer to be subpoenaed to becoming an official government whistleblower, since they fear political and professional backlash, the former Trump administration official explained to TheDC.
      The subpoena is preferred, he said, “because when you are subpoenaed, Congress then pays…for your legal counsel and the subpoena protects [the agent] from any organizational retaliation…. they are on their own as whistleblowers, they get no legal protection and there will be organizational retaliation against them.”
      DiGenova — who along with his wife, Victoria Toensing, has represented government whistleblowers in the past — agreed, telling TheDC, “It’s an intelligent approach to the situation given the vindictive nature of the bureau under Comey and McCabe. I have no idea how to read Chris Wray, who is not a leader and who has disappeared from the public eye during this entire crisis. You know, he may be cleaning house but if he’s doing so, he’s doing it very quietly.”
      He added, “I don’t blame them. I don’t blame the agents one bit. I think that the FBI is in a freefall. James Comey has destroyed the institution he claims to love. And it is beyond a doubt that it is going to take a decade to restore public confidence because of Comey and Clapper and Brennan and Obama and Lynch.”
      The special agent out of WFO alleged that rank and file FBI agents are fed up and desperately want action from the DOJ, according to the transcripts.
      “Every special agent I have spoken to in the Washington Field Office wants to see McCabe prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. They feel the same way about Comey,“ the special agent said, according to transcripts provided to TheDC…. “The administrations are so politicized that any time a Special Agent comes forward as a whistleblower, they can expect to be thrown under the bus by leadership. …The special agent added, “Activity that Congress is investigating is being stonewalled by leadership and rank-and-file FBI employees in the periphery are just doing their jobs. All Congress needs to do is subpoena involved personnel and they will tell you what they know. These are honest people. Leadership cannot stop anyone from responding to a subpoena. Those subpoenaed also get legal counsel provided by the government to represent them.”
      In the meantime, DiGenova and the others who spoke to TheDC believe it is time for Congress to issue subpoenas to FBI agents who are willing to talk. According to DiGenova, the House and Senate Judiciary Committees can issue these subpoenas.
      “Either one of those [committees] would be fine. I’m sure the committees could hold hearings in a New York minute,” he said.
      He added, “I can assure you I’ve been approached by agents who want to be subpoenaed for the same reason the guys in the field,” adding, “All over this country there are agents but the big ones the ones that matter New York–Washington I can assure you I’ve spoken with agents who want to come forward.”

      Senator Grassley says they are just fine without a subpoena (despite Jeff Sessions’ directive NOT to talk to congress), so the Senate clearly doesn’t want “rank and file” FBI whistleblowers, for some reason:


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  1. Perot Conservative says:

    Great! I show 5 Whistleblowers in the recent past, some not treated so well. #4 is a new one to me; very interesting that he claims MUELLER LAUNCHED AN ILLEGAL SPYING program in 2004?!

    1. Nov 2018, Daily Caller, Dennis Cain. “The FBI raided the home of a whistleblower who was in possession of documents regarding the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One, according to the whistleblower’s lawyer, Michael Socarras.”

    “The whistleblower, Dennis Nathan Cain…” He was a government-approved Whistleblower and they searched his house for 6 hours! Unemployed now, tough times.

    2. Uranium One Whistleblower William Douglas Campbell. Characterized by the Democrats as having nothing of substance in 2017. Long-term insider who wore a wire for our government when dealing with Russians;, kept notes; and received a payment from the FBI for his courageous work.

    His attorney is Victoria Toesing, who says the Democrats made misleading statements and twisted his words. Ms. Toesing claimed several months ago Huber never even interviewed him!

    3. Clinton Foundation IRS Whistleblowers John Moynihan and Larry Doyle. December 2018. The pair believe they have proof of pay-to-play and tens of Millions in unpaid CF taxes. They have turned over their information to the FBI and IRS.

    4. I just ran into this one. Very interesting. Not familiar with the site or track record.

    Former CIA/NSA/DIA subcontractor-turned-whistleblower Dennis Montgomery and his attorney Larry Klayman, claim the FBI (under Mueller) provided “computers to a secret CIA/NSA surveillance program that was launched in 2004. That program morphed into a domestic surveillance program that spied on Donald Trump and his associates.”

    5. There is a fifth Whistleblower who hasn’t been identified. I believe he was a long-term government employee. He compiled irregular data, it may have been about Hillary Clinton, and sent a huge packet to the FBI. He never heard back from them.

    Disturbed at no response, he personally went to the FBI with the same packet of information and CDs, and spoke to the specific supervisor in charge of such. (Sorry for being vague, this was maybe 2 years ago.)

    Look up FBI and Whistleblower. There appears to be a pattern of burying people, igniring fheir rights, etc.


…I believe “robert copp” below is referring to the video I shared above…

  1. FL_GUY says:

    I believe it is safe to say that the reason that people did not come forward is the corrupt people were their bosses. Now that there is a new AG, they feel safe to come forward.

    I’ve watched over the years what happens to people who blow the whistle on corrupt politicians. They are the ones that get in trouble while the corrupt politicians remain unaffected.

    Just a case in point, when Waco Reno was a FL state attorney in Miami-Dade, two whistle blowers came forward with evidence of vote fraud by the supervisor of elections and their staff. Reno immediately had them arrested and eventually scheduled for prosecution, essentially ruining them. Right before they were to have their day in court and get on the record, Reno dropped the charges and court was cancelled. No one has reported voter fraud by election officials since.

    And of course, we know where Reno ended up, AG for HilLIARy’s first two terms. Bubba was too much of a doper and womanizer to really act as the President.

    So, I can understand why, even when they have smoking gun evidence, like those two people in Miami-Dade, if the people enforcing the law are corrupt, which has become the case, the whistle blower is the victim and the perp(s) walk.

    So, if people are coming forward, it’s because they believe in AG Barr who will prosecute the actual criminals and not the people reporting the crime.


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& Looking backward (learning from history) as we go forward:

Rhi says:

Yup. Sunshine patriots.

If you love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.
Samuel Adams

The below article also has a lot of documentation about these issues & is well worth checking out too.  Blessings to All!

Whistleblower Tapes: Trump Wiretapped “A Zillion Times” By ‘The Hammer,’ Brennan’s and Clapper’s Secret Computer System

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