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Whistleblower’s Lawyer: Comey Should Be Indicted For Obstruction of Justice For Covering Up ‘The Hammer’ Surveillance Program



WASHINGTON — Freedom Watch president and Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman has written an open letter calling for fired FBI director James Comey to be indicted for obstruction of justice for burying evidence from his whistleblower client that could confirm President Trump’s claims of being surveilled by Obama administration intelligence officials.

Information from a WikiLeaks release also confirms the existence of the program used to spy on Trump, according to a national security insider close to the story.

Klayman represents former NSA and CIA contractor Dennis Montgomery. Leaked audiotapes from a civil case in Arizona show Montgomery telling Sherriff Joe Arpaio and investigator Mike Zullo about his work for a covert surveillance program. Real estate mogul Timothy Blixseth — whose wife is a former associate of Montgomery — said that Montgomery compiled evidence proving that Obama administration officials John Brennan and James Clapper oversaw surveillance of Trump. Big League Politics featured those audiotapes, courtesy of a whistleblower Soundcloud page, Friday.

“We don’t have any comment,” the FBI told Big League Politics.

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Klayman delivered “47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information” to then-FBI director James Comey’s general counsel James Baker. But Comey sat on the information, prompting Klayman to call for an obstruction of justice charge.

Klayman wrote: “As I explained in the below embedded radio appearance at, where I exchanged views with the talented host, Franklin Raff, it is Comey himself, along with his staff, that deep-sixed their claimed investigation of Dennis Montgomery, a NSA/CIA whistleblower who came forward over two years ago, under grant of immunity, with 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information and then provided sworn testimony to FBI Agents Walter Giardina and William Barnett, showing that the intelligence agencies had not only “wiretapped,” in the form of unconstitutional surveillance, Trump, his associates and his family, but also other prominent Americans such as the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges and persons like myself who challenge or even criticize government misconduct and illegality. In short, the president’s firing of Comey was long overdue. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who recommended the former FBI director’s termination, should now empanel a grand jury to investigate Comey for having covered up and subverted this would-be FBI investigation of mass illegal surveillance in violation of the Fourth Amendment.”

Klayman also wrote a March 21 letter to House Intelligence chairman Devin Nunes asking him to call Montgomery to testify, at just the moment when Trump first made the public aware via Twitter that he was allegedly the subject of a surveillance effort.

Montgomery was embroiled in controversy during his time at the Nevada-based firm eTreppid Technologies, where Blixseth claims Montgomery was working on the surveillance program under the oversight of Brennan and Clapper. eTreppid’s technology — which was purportedly supposed to track terrorist signals in Al-Jazeera broadcasts — caused President Bush to raise the terror threat alert over Christmas 2003. This spawned a Playboy hit piece on Montgomery and eTreppid. But Blixseth says in the audiotape conversation that eTreppid was not actually working on the Al-Jazeera mission. It was just a front for the alleged surveillance operation. Regardless of whatever evidence eTreppid found that compelled Bush to raise the terror alert, the mainstream media made Montgomery the fall guy for it back then.

Enthusiasm for Congress to call Montgomery to testify — and for the FBI to disclose information given to them by Montgomery and Klayman — is building

Wikileaks’ Vault 7 release of CIA information also includes information about a program colloquially known to insiders as “The Hammer,” or HAMR. A well-sourced computer expert matches the program exposed by Assange to the program allegedly worked on by Montgomery.

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Trump Says See Ya To The UN Human Rights Council, Announces U.S. Withdrawal

We’re NOT Tired Of Winning!



The United Nations Human Rights Council doesn’t deserve their namesake with countries like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, and Cuba having representatives on the council. Now President Donald Trump’s Administration has made it clear that they don’t deserve to have the United States as representatives in a Tuesday decision to withdraw the U.S.’s membership.

The announcement was made by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and wasn’t all that surprising. The United States has feuded with the U.N.’s Human Rights Council since the President first took office.

Conflicts between the U.S. and the U.N. Human Rights Council flared up most notably in recent weeks after the 47-member body voted to condemn Israel. The Human Rights Council considers Israel the world’s number one human rights abuser, while continually taking the side of Palestine in the border dispute between the two countries.

While the council’s treatment of Israel was the stated reason for the withdrawal, the U.N. Human Rights Council has long been a thorn in the side of many tenants of Donald Trump’s agenda.

For many years, the U.N. Human Rights Council has fought to make abortion a human right. Many members of the council are also extremely opposed to President Trump’s strict anti-illegal immigration stance. Just a day before the decision to withdraw from membership in the council, the U.N.’s human rights chief blasted Trump for his work to enforce federal immigration law in the United States.

During Monday’s meeting session Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein told the body that  “in the United States, I am deeply concerned by recently adopted policies which punish children for their parents’ actions.”

The Trump Administration’s decision to withdraw from the U.N. Human Rights Council is yet another accomplishment for anyone who believes in his “America First” message. Perhaps his next step could be leaving the United Nations all together.

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White House Placed on Lockdown After Grounds Breached



A man who breached the lawn of the grounds of the White House has been taken into custody, according to the Secret Service.

“An individual climbed over a security barrier on the south side of the White House Complex between the Ellipse and E Street,” the group said in a tweet. “The individual dropped a backpack and was immediately taken into custody on E Street by Secret Service Uniformed Division Officers.”

The White House was placed on lockdown while authorities work to identify the contents of the backpack.

This story is developing.


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Prince Harry is a Trump Fan



In another huge loss for American liberals, the only people on earth who still care about the British Royal Family, it turns out that Prince Harry is a fan of President Donald J. Trump.

Thomas Markle, father of Prince Harry’s bride Meghan Markle, revealed on “Good Morning Britain” that the Prince asked him to “give Donald Trump a chance.”


“I sort of disagreed with that, but I still like Harry, that’s his politics, I had my politics,” said Markle.

Markle’s father is a staunch anti-Trumper who said that he “has to apologize to the rest of the world for his president,” during the interview.

“I think Trump’s had his chance 100 times now,” Markle said. “Time’s up. I think the time’s up for Trump”

An amused Piers Morgan, Trump supporter and host of the show, grinned at Markle’s remarks. Morgan continued on to inquire about Markle’s conversations with Prince Harry regarding Brexit, UK’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union.

“This is just a conversation between two guys about politics,” Markle said. “Nothing cast in stone. Just the way you talk.”

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