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Obama director of national intelligence James Clapper offered his criticism of President Donald Trump for forcing out Defense Secretary James Mattis. Mattis, of course, wanted to stay in Syria. Clapper accused Trump of “appalling arrogance” and said he hopes Mattis will “not dance quietly offstage.” Clapper said Mattis’ departure creates uncertainty and will inspire others to consider leaving the administration.

Good, more of these people should be leaving the administration!

Clapper is certainly not on the air for his TV skills, because he is extremely un-telegenic and he was basically falling asleep in this CNN interview. But it is noteworthy to keep track of all the Deep State Conspirators who are super sad that Mattis is on his way out, because it succinctly reveals what most of conservative media has been unwilling to admit: Mattis is against the President, and on the side of the corrupt warmongers. (READ: Mattis And His Consultants Are Putting Together A Presidential Campaign).

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I reported:

Obama administration intelligence officials John Brennan and James Clapper must answer to the allegations that they blackmailed Supreme Court Justice John Roberts to get his vote for Obamacare in 2012.

Roberts, who reportedly was investigated at one time for potentially illegally adopting his sons, betrayed the Republican base that initially celebrated his Bush appointment when he confirmed the supposed constitutionality of Obamacare during Obama’s re-election campaign.

Supreme Court Justice John Roberts was sharply critical of the FISA court as he came up for confirmation, before the Obama administration intelligence chiefs reportedly hacked his phone and electronic records.
The FISA court is being accused of being a body that reports to no one, with wide-ranging power to do the bidding of intelligence operatives. Hillary Clinton’s lawyer in the Russia matter Michael Sussmann, a partner at the Perkins Coie law firm that tapped DNC contractor Crowdstrike to “investigate” the leak of DNC emails to Wikileaks, was interviewed by CNN on the “inner workings of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court” in 2013, according to the Perkins Coie archives. Robert Mueller has also praised the FISA court prior to the Trump case.

Justice John Roberts, a Bush nominee, voiced his displeasure with the court in his 2005 confirmation.
“I’ll be very candid. When I first learned about the FISA court, I was surprised. It’s not what we usually think of when we think of a court,” Roberts said.

Justice John Roberts, a Bush nominee, voiced his displeasure with the court in his 2005 confirmation.
“I’ll be very candid. When I first learned about the FISA court, I was surprised. It’s not what we usually think of when we think of a court,” Roberts said.

But times, and circumstances, and therefore opinions, change.

Evidence shows that John Roberts, chief justice of the United States Supreme Court, was “hacked” by a Deep State surveillance operation overseen by Obama administration CIA director John Brennan and Obama director of national intelligence James Clapper.

Roberts, the Bush appointee who made the decisive vote to uphold the constitutionality of Obamacare before the 2012 election, was allegedly the victim of the same Deep State surveillance program that spied on President Donald Trump.

Tapes released by Federal Judge G. Murray Snow — preserved on a Whistleblower Soundcloud page — show real estate billionaire Timothy Blixseth explaining Brennan and Clapper’s surveillance program to Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and detective Mike Zullo. The existence of this surveillance program has been corroborated by Wikileaks’ “Vault 7” release and by the public comments of former CIA and NSA contractor Dennis Montgomery, who says he worked on the program for Brennan and Clapper.

Montgomery has gone public with his claims exposing how the program was used to spy on President Donald Trump when he was a private citizen. Montgomery has gained immunity and desperately wants House Intelligence Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes or other lawmakers to call him to testify about what he knows.

On the explosive tapes, Blixseth walks Arpaio and Zullo through the details of the program on a computer screen. At one point, the three begin pulling up specific names of targeted individuals.

“You know who that guy is? That’s the head of the FISA court they hacked into, Reggie Walton,” Blixseth tells the investigators.

“John Roberts, the chief justice of the Supreme Court, was hacked,” Blixseth tells Arpaio and Zullo.

LISTEN TO THE TAPE HERE (18:00 Minute Mark)

Insiders have always been skeptical of Roberts’ motives for siding with President Obama on the 2012 Obamacare case. While there’s still no available evidence that Roberts was blackmailed, the allegation that he was “hacked” by Obama officials provides some more context into the justice’s controversial career.

As Big League Politics reported, former FBI director James Comey seized and buried volumes of information that demonstrated this wide-ranging government surveillance operation targeting Donald Trump before he became president.

 

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