Alex Jones: Government “Illegally Surveilling” Donald Trump for Years, “At Trump Tower”

“WE HAVE THE ACTUAL LAW ENFORCEMENT DATABASE”

by Sharon Rondeau

(Mar. 19, 2017) — On Sunday evening, Dr. Jerome Corsi and later, Alex Jones, of Infowars reported that they acquired documentation of a “dragnet” operation of the U.S. intelligence community having harvested data on Donald Trump, his children, and at least one of Trump’s former wives over a number of years, including during the presidential campaign.

Jones said that the release of the information was planned for Monday but that “some stuff broke loose,” forcing them to release it today, referencing what he believes is the capturing of his phone calls last week.

He said that his sources are from “law enforcement” and are “impeccable.”

The collection of personal data is dubbed “Project Dragnet.”

Jones specifically said that Donald Trump’s claim that he was “wiretapped” prior to the election is accurate and that a specific location speculated to have been surveilled, Trump Tower, was included in the data-harvesting as shown by documents from the database.

During Jones’s broadcast, former CIA agent Larry C. Johnson said that his active-CIA colleagues confirmed to him that spying on Trump has been occurring, including during the presidential campaign.

Although House and Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman on Friday said that they had found no evidence that Trump was placed under surveillance, Trump and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer maintained Trump’s claim issued in a series of tweets on the morning of March 4.

The media has derided Trump’s claims, calling them “unsubstantiated.”

Jones said his name is also in the database of those whose information was harvested, as are the names of former Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph Arpaio and his Cold Case Posse investigator, Mike Zullo, who conducted an investigation into the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011.

The image was found fraudulent, as was first made public at a March 1, 2012 press conference.

Both Jones and Corsi invoked Arpaio and Zullo as sources for the database documentation.

 

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