DENNIS MONTGOMERY’S FINDINGS DIVULGED FOR THE FIRST TIME
by Sharon Rondeau
Montgomery became Klayman’s client in 2015 after Montgomery’s work as a confidential informant for then-Sheriff Joseph Arpaio was pulled into civil contempt hearings against Arpaio by U.S. District Court Judge G. Murray Snow in April of that year.
On Montgomery’s behalf, Klayman petitioned the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to allow his client to intervene in the case. The Ninth Circuit did not overrule Snow, who commanded that Montgomery turn over all of his work product to him despite its lack of relevancy to the civil contempt proceedings.
Arpaio became inextricably connected to the birth certificate image and issue in August 2011 after commissioning his “Cold Case Posse” to perform a preliminary analysis of it to “clear the president.” Arpaio’s decision was prompted by constituents concerned that their votes in the 2012 presidential election would be disenfranchised should the image prove to be fraudulent, as had been suggested by several experts directly after it was posted.
Uploaded to whitehouse.gov on April 27, 2011 following months of prompting by then-businessman Donald Trump, the image notably lacks a raised seal, although NBC News reporter Savannah Guthrie said she “felt” it after she reportedly received a copy that morning.
Following several days of analysis on the part of Cold Case Posse leader and former detective Mike Zullo and several others, Zullo was compelled to inform Arpaio that the image was fraught with problems and could not be cleared as authentic.
A more than five-year investigation then unfolded, taking Zullo to Hawaii on two occasions and to Washington, DC on several more. Neither the mainstream media, Congress, nor the FBI would investigate Zullo’s conclusions, announced on March 1, 2012, that the birth certificate image is a “computer-generated forgery.”
At the same time, a government-issued document said to represent Obama’s Selective Service registration form was declared fraudulent. Later, Arpaio and Zullo were denied access to a certified copy or the original by then-Selective Service System (SSS) Director Lawrence Romo, an Obama appointee.
In Wednesday’s column, Klayman raised the issue of Obama’s constitutional eligibility to have served as president in the wake of his birth certificate having been found to be inauthentic. Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires the nation’s chief executive to be a “natural born Citizen.”
During his November 2015 testimony in the Arpaio civil contempt trial, Zullo, who provided oversight to Montgomery’s work for Arpaio, revealed that Montgomery had conducted a forensic analysis of the long-form birth certificate image. However, any conclusions Montgomery might have reached did not become part of the public record.
Dating to before Obama announced his presidential candidacy in February 2007, the mainstream media has asked no questions about Obama’s claimed birth in Hawaii on August 4, 1961 or his varying life story and provided only nominal coverage of the three press conferences given by Zullo and Arpaio during the lifetime of the investigation.
At the final presser on December 15, 2016, Zullo revealed that two well-respected forensic document analysts conducted their own investigations, respectively and without the other’s knowledge, reachingvery similar conclusions to his own. Demonstrated for the public were “nine points of forgery” identified as having been electronically imported from another person’s Hawaii birth record to the Obama image.
Outside of his work on the birth certificate image, Montgomery reportedly informed Zullo and Klayman that large-scale government surveillance of American citizens was taking place under Obama. Klayman has called out Obama’s Director of National Intelligence (DNI), James Clapper, and Obama’s last CIA Director, John Brennan, as having allegedly orchestrated the spying, which reportedly encompassed Donald Trump when he was a private citizen, Klayman, other prominent businessmen and those with high political profiles.
On March 19 and 20, Zullo and Infowars Washington Bureau Chief Dr. Jerome Corsi discussed Montgomery’s claims of government surveillance on the Alex Jones Show, with Corsi divulging that he had recently met with a member of the U.S. House of Representatives about the matter.
On March 4, approximately six weeks into his presidency, Trump unexpectedly tweeted that his campaign office at Trump Tower had been “wiretapped” by the Obama regime. Immediately the mainstream media pounced, excoriating Trump for possessing “no evidence” and making an “unsubstantiated” claim.
However, On January 19 and 20, The New York Times reported that the FBI and four other agencies within the U.S. intelligence community were conducting investigations into whether or not any of Trump’s campaign aides or Trump himself had inappropriate or illegal ties to members of the Russian government. The Times used the word “wiretapped” to describe evidence reportedly under review.
On March 14, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst and former Judge Andrew Napolitano stated that “three sources” had informed the network that British intelligence agency GCHQ had provided to the Obama regime information on Trump and his campaign associates. “Obama didn’t use the NSA, he didn’t use the CIA, he didn’t use the FBI, and he didn’t use the Department of Justice,” Napolitano asserted.
A spokesman for GCHQ appeared to deny Napolitano’s claim while not directly refuting Napolitano’s words.
On March 16, Sara Carter of Circa News told Fox News’s Sean Hannity that alleged interaction between a computer server at Trump Tower and Russia’s Alfa Bank could have been created by a “third party.”
During testimony to the U.S. House Intelligence Committee on March 20, FBI Director James Comey confirmed that the FBI is investigating possible connections between Trump’s former campaign and Russia. Thus far, no results of the probe have been made public.
On April 12, The UK Guardian published an article subtitled, “Exclusive: GCHQ is said to have alerted US agencies after becoming aware of contacts in 2015,” referring to Trump and Russia. Citing unnamed sources, The Guardian reported that “GCHQ first became aware in late 2015 of suspicious ‘interactions’ between figures connected to Trump and known or suspected Russian agents, a source close to UK intelligence said. This intelligence was passed to the US as part of a routine exchange of information, they added.”
An article published on Wednesday at The American Spectator titled “Confirmed: John Brennan Colluded With Foreign Spies to Defeat Trump” contends that “Brennan teamed up with British spies and Estonian spies to cripple Trump’s candidacy. He used their phony intelligence as a pretext for a multi-agency investigation into Trump, which led the FBI to probe a computer server connected to Trump Tower and gave cover to Susan Rice, among other Hillary supporters, to spy on Trump and his people.”
On March 15, the same author, George Neumayr, wrote that “John Brennan and his circle of anti-Trump radicals were leaking to the British press. To the BBC’s Paul Wood, they leaked that Brennan was the instigator of Comey’s investigation into Trump. Brennan, according to Wood, had received a lead from an intelligence agency in a ‘Baltic country,’ to the effect that the Kremlin was funneling money into the Trump campaign.”
On April 5, GotNews.com reporter Charles C. Johnson reported that “@BarackObama’s CIA Director John Brennan and His Allies Are Targeting Trump Supporters For Surveillance.”
In 2008, a government contract worker and employee of John Brennan’s company, The Analysis Corp., reportedly accessed Obama’s passport record, after which he was reportedly “disciplined.” Brennan was at that time an adviser to Obama on “foreign policy and intelligence issues.”
The Analysis Corp. employee, one of three individuals accused in the incident, was reported to have “‘extensive’ experience,” according to a CNN source. “The worker has been with the company for years and has always worked under a State Department contract,” the outlet reported.
While CNN’s article is titled “Chief of firm involved in breach is Obama adviser,” the lead-in shown by the search engine reads, “Brennan Doing Corrupt Acts For Obama Since 2008.”
…Adding to these concerns are serious questions about Brennan’s qualifications for this role.
Even before the 2008 election, eyebrows were raised over Brennan’s role in the Obama campaign. An employee of The Analysis Corporation, of which Brennan was CEO, had improperly accessed passport information for Hillary Clinton, Obama’s Democratic primary challenger at the time, and GOP nominee John McCain. At the time, Brennan was a top adviser to the Obama campaign, and Brennan’s employee was not fired. (One of the key witnesses in the case was found murdered in his car outside his church while the investigation was still ongoing.)