CALLS OBAMA’S CIA DIRECTOR’S CLAIMS OF RUSSIAN HACKING “HYPOCRITICAL”
by Sharon Rondeau
Klayman called the CIA’s recent claims that the Russian government “hacked” the November 8 election and the DNC “very, very hypocritical.”
Thousands of emails were released by WikiLeaks last summer, but WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said that his source was not the Russian government or any other state entity.
Klayman also incriminated Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and the NSA in illegally gathering personal information on unsuspecting Americans not suspected of a crime.
“These agencies have committed far greater crimes than the Russian government is alleged to have done,” Klayman said.
Klayman’s source is former confidential informant to then-Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph Arpaio, whose work was halted by U.S. District Court Judge G. Murray Snow during civil contempt hearings in April 2015 when Snow demanded Montgomery’s work product to that point.
Klayman revealed that he arranged for the former confidential informant, Dennis Montgomery, who he also represents in a civil suit, to testify to the FBI. Montgomery was granted two immunity agreements in connection with his testimony.
In November 2013, Montgomery had told Arpaio that 150,000 bank accounts of Maricopa County residents had been breached by a government entity.
“To focus solely on the Russians…is very suspect, given that John Brennan of the CIA is leading the charge to try to discredit and delegitimize the presidency of Donald Trump,” Klayman said at 4:05.
Thus far, the CIA has shown no documentary evidence that the Russian government or anyone else interfered with the U.S. elections on November 8.
“These intelligence agencies are more powerful than even the president of the United States,” Klayman continued. “They hold this information that they’ve obtained illegally.”
Klayman invoked the name of U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts as one whose information was “hacked,” in addition to U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Donald Trump, the judges, certain businessmen, and others known to have vocally opposed Obama’s policies.