IGNORED EVIDENCE OF CRIMINALITY, DEFENDED GOVERNMENT SURVEILLANCE
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 23, 2019) — During the June 21 edition of the “Freedom Friday” radio show, former Maricopa County, AZ “Cold Case Posse” leader Mike Zullo reminded host Carl Gallups’s audience that former Special Counsel/former FBI Director Robert Mueller “defended” the NSA’s widespread, warrantless surveillance of American citizens in June 2013, the same month former CIA contractor Edward Snowden publicly revealed the depth and breadth of the NSA’s capabilities.
Friday’s hour-long interview touched on numerous topics, including the “Mueller report” on alleged “collusion” between the 2016 Trump campaign and the Kremlin; government spying; Facebook’s censoring of the “Freedom Friday” show; sinister computer intrusions, including those likely committed against “Infowars” host Alex Jones; the forgery of Obama’s purported “long-form” birth certificate as determined by Zullo’s 5+-year investigation; and President Trump’s role in spurring its release in 2011 as he publicly challenged Obama’s constitutional eligibility to serve as president.
The podcast is here: http://www.carlgallups.com/ffr/6-21-19.mp3
With law enforcement experience from the state of New Jersey, in 2011 Zullo was serving as volunteer leader of then-Sheriff Joseph Arpaio’s “Cold Case Posse.” In August that year, Arpaio delegated the birth certificate probe to the CCP after more than 200 constituents expressed concern that their votes in November 2012 would be meaningless if, as several experts alleged, the “long-form” image proved to be fraudulent.
On March 1, 2012, under Arpaio’s authority, Zullo presented the evidence gleaned to that date demonstrating that the Obama birth certificate image was no more than a “computer-generated forgery.” Similarly, Zullo reported at the time, Obama’s Selective Service registration form was not authentic.
As the investigation continued, both Zullo and Arpaio expressed bewilderment at the mainstream media’s lack of curiosity and the FBI’s failure to contact them so as to launch its own investigation into the forgery of a sitting president’s government documentation.
Providing updates on Gallups’s show whenever possible over the duration of the probe, for a time Zullo went quiet as he supervised the confidential-informant work of former NSA and CIA contractor Dennis Montgomery for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), then led by Arpaio. A software developer, Montgomery claimed he designed a program for the U.S. intelligence community which Zullo has frequently reported can penetrate any personal computer, plant nefarious material, and camouflage the IP address with the intention of implicating the targeted individual in serious federal crimes.
The first portion of the interview invoked the “Deep State,” consisting of entrenched government employees who overstep their authority and violate Americans’ constitutional rights. Many Americans now attribute the “Deep State” to an attempted coup against the Trump administration, and Attorney General William Barr has pledged to unearth the origins of the Trump-Russia “collusion” probe launched by the FBI and assumed by Mueller. After 22 months and $35 million spent, Mueller’s team concluded that there was insufficient evidence demonstrating a conspiracy between members of the Trump campaign and the Russian government to impact the 2016 presidential election.
During the discussion, Gallups drew a connection between the “Russia” investigation and the creation of the fraudulent birth certificate image. “Now that we have the Mueller report and the Steele dossier and a FISA court being lied to by government law enforcement…why can people not believe that the Obama administration took a day or two to make a fake birth certificate to make that issue go away?” Gallups asked Zullo (12:55 in podcast).
At 16:30 Gallups opened the topic of Montgomery’s revelations made to the MCSO in 2013 regarding government surveillance. “It could actually implant software that then would be undetected and could be programmed to pull information out and send it back to whatever government entity wanted it at any given time, completely undetected,” Zullo said Montgomery told him (12:15).
Recordings of Montgomery’s discussions with Zullo and MCSO personnel were released to the public by an ACLU attorney, Cecillia Wang, during the 2015 civil trial of Arpaio and other county defendants, Zullo reminded the audience. “What could you do with this kind of information?” Zullo quoted himself as having asked Montgomery at the time of the conversation, to which Montgomery responded, “I can destroy you. I can implant, through emails, child pornography on your computer and make it look like you were surfing the web for porn.”
“We know that the government actually did it and could do it, and we knew it years ago,” Gallups responded, punctuating the segment with, “This is the reason why Facebook won’t let us post this site. The Deep State hates this program, but there ain’t nothin’ they can do about it!” (21:48)
After the break, Gallups renewed the discussion by reading from The Post & email’s article titled, “Exclusive: Montgomery’s Hard Drives Not Sole Data Given to Zullo.” In terms of government surveillance, Gallups said, “They were spying on Sheriff Arpaio; they were spying on Donald Trump, who was not even a candidate yet; they were spying on you; they were spying on John Roberts, the chief justice of the Supreme Court; and they were spying on Alex Jones,” to which Zullo responded, “They were spying on Alex Jones, Donald Trump, John McCain, John Roberts…and also, Michael Savage. There were numerous others; this is going back a couple years.”
Although then-Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper told the Senate Intelligence Committee in March 2013 that the U.S. government does “not wittingly” collect Americans’ communications, he was forced to admit three months later that he gave the “least untruthful” answer at the time in light of Edward Snowden’s revelations of widespread, warrantless spying on American citizens not suspected of a crime.
On June 14, in an emotional outburst on “Infowars,” Jones declared a $1,000,000 reward for anyone with information leading to the planting of child pornography on his computer which had been transmitted to the opposing counsel in a lawsuit filed by Sandy Hook surviving family members. Jones’s attorney, Norm Pattis, denied that his client sent the material to the plaintiffs’ attorneys intentionally, characterizing Jones as “a victim” in what he said is now an ongoing FBI probe.
At the 25:00 mark, Zullo segued to the fact that Mueller was FBI director when Arpaio ordered the probe into the “phony” birth certificate. “Now we understand why the FBI never came down knocking on our door, meaning the sheriff’s office, for all that information,” Zullo said, “because had they done that and collected it, they would have been obligated to investigate it” (25:30).
“In June of 2013, Mueller defended the NSA surveillance program, the very program Montgomery was telling us about, when he testified before the House Judiciary Committee during a hearing,” Zullo continued. “Now if this guy isn’t ‘Deep State,’ I don’t know who is.”