INTERFERENCE IN 2008 ELECTION RESULTS REPORTED BY NSA “WHISTLEBLOWER”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 22, 2017) — In a letter dated March 21, 2017, Attorney Larry Klayman told U.S. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes that an NSA “whistleblower” reported to him that the Florida vote tally in the 2008 presidential election was tampered with in order to “help” Barack Hussein Obama win that state’s electoral votes and by extension, “the White House.”
The letter, copied to all members of the Intelligence Committee, can be read here: http://www.freedomwatchusa.org/pdf/170321-Final%20Whistleblower%20Letter.pdf
Klayman stated that last Thursday, he flew to Washington and met with Intelligence Committee Counsel Allen R. Souza in Nunes’s absence and informed him of the allegations made by his client, Dennis Montgomery, in testimony to the FBI “almost two years ago” about the depth and breadth of government spying, including on Donald Trump.
Since the November election, Democrats in Congress have claimed that “the Russians” committed some type of interference in the 2016 presidential election, resulting in Trump’s victory, while ridiculing and marginalizing Trump for claiming on March 4 that he was “wiretapped,” meaning surveilled, during the campaign.
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Adam Schiff claimed during an Intelligence Committee hearing on Monday:
The Russian “active measures” campaign may have begun as early as 2015, when Russian intelligence services launched a series of spearphishing attacks designed to penetrate the computers of a broad array of Washington-based Democratic and Republican party organizations, think tanks and other entities. This continued at least through winter of 2016.
While at first, the hacking may have been intended solely for the collection of foreign intelligence, in mid-2016, the Russians “weaponized” the stolen data and used platforms established by their intel services, such as DC Leaks and existing third party channels like Wikileaks, to dump the documents.
The media continues to work assiduously to convince the public that Trump or his former aides have ties to Russia and that Russia “hacked the election.”
WikiLeaks has denied that any state entity provided the thousands of emails it published last summer from the Democrat National Committee (DNC) showing the Clinton campaign in a poor light, including collaborating with members of the mainstream media to provide favorable coverage. Also revealed was that then-CNN commentator and DNC deputy chairman Donna Brazile provided some of the topics, if not the exact questions, to the Clinton campaign in advance of townhall meetings against Bernie Sanders.
Brazile initially denied the claim but has since admitted to it, stating in a recent column that “I had been working behind the scenes to add more town hall events and debates to the primary calendar, and I helped ensure those events included diverse moderators and addressed topics vital to minority communities. My job was to make all our Democratic candidates look good, and I worked closely with both campaigns to make that happen. But sending those emails was a mistake I will forever regret.”
Having lost her position at CNN as a result of the WikiLeaks revelations, Brazile is now writing for TIME Magazine. She, too, has blamed “the Russians” for interfering with “our democratic process.”
“For weeks now, we’ve seen a steady stream — not just leaks — of information about possible contacts between the Trump campaign and the Russians. This is after the F.B.I. and our intelligence community determined that Russia interfered in the United States election with the aim of electing Donald Trump president.
“For the sake of our country, and our democracy, this level of interference calls for a thorough and independent investigation. And that investigation needs to start now,” Brazile wrote in TIME on March 17.
Klayman’s client, Dennis Montgomery, is said to have approached at least a dozen federal-government entities, including members of Congress, in order to divest himself of the data he claimed to have gleaned while working as an NSA and CIA contractor. Klayman’s letter cites some 47 hard drives and 600 million records reportedly in Montgomery’s possession.
According to Klayman, Montgomery later approached the ACLU and entered into an attorney-client relationship which did not achieve its goal. Following that, in late 2013, Montgomery contacted then-Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph Arpaio to relate that 150,000 bank accounts containing the names of Arpaio’s constituents were breached by a government agency.
Shortly thereafter, Arpaio hired Montgomery as a confidential informant to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), a role in which he worked for approximately a year. In April 2015, the project on which he was working became a flashpoint for U.S. District Court Judge G. Murray Snow, who ordered all of Montgomery’s data collected and turned over to himself and the monitor he had appointed to oversee aspects of the sheriff’s office.
Snow was presiding over civil contempt hearings stemming from a racial profiling lawsuit against Arpaio and three of his officers. Although Arpaio admitted that he did not follow Snow’s 2013 order and offered to pay $100,000 to the plaintiffs out of his personal funds, Snow chose to take the matter to trial.
In May 2016, Snow declared Arpaio in civil contempt and referred the matter to the district attorney to consider criminal charges. The DA, citing a conflict of interest, referred the matter to the U.S. Department of Justice, which announced it would prosecute Arpaio just before the 2016 election in which Arpaio sought a seventh consecutive term.
On Monday, the investigator who led a more than five-year probe into the birth certificate image posted at whitehouse.gov, Mike Zullo, and writer/author Dr. Jerome Corsi appeared on Infowars with Alex Jones to report that data provided to Zullo and Arpaio by Montgomery showed that Arpaio’s office and home telephones were monitored during the trial.
In March 2012, Zullo and Arpaio declared the birth certificate image a “computer-generated forgery.”
In an article published earlier that day, Corsi wrote that “While the Department of Justice was prosecuting Sheriff Arpaio from 2008 to 2010, the NSA conducted electronic surveillance of the various Arizona judges on the case, on Sheriff Arpaio, and on the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, while the DOJ attorneys for Eric Holder maintained an on-going telephone back-channel discussion with the federal judge assigned to handle the case.”
Zullo had provided oversight of Montgomery’s project for Arpaio on an unpaid basis. During his testimony in the civil contempt hearings in late 2015, Zullo said that Montgomery had conducted a forensic analysis of the long-form birth certificate image, the results of which have not yet been made public.
At approximately the same time during which Montgomery contacted Arpaio, Zullo had told radio host Carl Gallups that the evidence gleaned from the birth certificate investigation to that point was “gut-wrenching.” A third press conference was tentatively planned for March 2014 but significantly postponed, ultimately taking place on December 15, 2016.
During that presser, Zullo revealed that two well-known forensic analysts had conducted respective examinations of the birth certificate image and reached the same conclusion as he had more than four years before: that it cannot represent a real, paper document.
In interviews on both Monday and Tuesday with Jones, Corsi stated that it is Zullo’s intent to travel to Washington, DC this week if possible to share with the White House the data Montgomery provided alleging extensive data-harvesting of Trump, his children and employees, and an ex-wife between 2004 and 2010.
On a March 10 broadcast of Carl Gallups’s “Freedom Friday,” Zullo said that government spying is “very deep” and “very bad.”
Klayman has stated in a number of video broadcasts that U.S. Supreme Court Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts and Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg were among the victims of data-harvesting as well as 156 other federal judges, Donald Trump, and himself. In his letter to Nunes on Tuesday, Klayman recounted that Montgomery had testified privately to two FBI agents some time ago about the alleged government spying and that consequently, Comey was disingenuous when responding in the negative to questions on Monday as to whether or not he has any evidence of Trump having been under surveillance.
Both NSA Director Mike Rogers and FBI Director James Comey testified that they know of no vote-tampering by the Russians in the 2016 elections.
During testimony, Comey confirmed that the FBI is investigating possible ties which anyone in the Trump campaign might have had with the Russian government, which the media reported widely. However, to the public’s knowledge, the FBI has never investigated whether or not vote-tampering took place in 2008 or 2012 and if so, whether or not enough votes were changed to alter the outcome of those elections in which Barack Obama was declared the victor.
A second public hearing of the Intelligence Committee is scheduled for March 28, at which time Klayman is seeking Nunes to act on the information he provided.
The FBI also has not investigated the Obama long-form birth certificate or Zullo’s findings that Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form is fraudulent.
As Trump is labeled “illegitimate” by the media and the political left, if Klayman’s account is accurate, Obama might have been illegitimate not only as a result of providing fraudulent documents to the American public “with the intent to deceive,” but also from vote-tampering.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.