CNN Ignores “Hammer,” Calls Trump Accusation Obama Wiretapped Trump Tower And Epstein #ClintonBodyCount Retweet Insane Conspiracy Theories

August 13, 2019

 

By Mary Fanning and Alan Jones

 

CNN, The Washington Post, and Vox attacked President Trump on Sunday, August 11 for accusing President Obama of wiretapping him at Trump Tower and for sharing a tweet that suggests the Clintons were behind Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘suicide.’

 

CNN dismissed President Trump’s wiretapping accusation and the President’s suspicion that Epstein’s death is the latest addition to the so-called “Clinton Body Count” as “baseless” and “insane” “conspiracy theories.”

 

President Trump tweeted on March 4, 2017, at 6:35 am, “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped” in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!”

 

 

 

The FBI and the Justice Department took possession of 47 hard drives of physical evidence and videotaped testimony in an FBI SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) in 2015  that were provided by Dennis Montgomery under two immunity agreements.

 

Whistleblower Montgomery is a software designer and former CIA/NSA/DoD/DHS contractor who built a surveillance system known as “The Hammer.”

 

Montgomery blew the whistle on the Obama administration’s illegal use of that system to wiretap Donald Trump.

 

Montgomery asserts that Robert Mueller’s FBI supplied computers for “The Hammer.”

 

President Obama’s intelligence officials John Brennan and James Clapper, according to Montgomery, ran their own “private” surveillance system, “The Hammer,”  to spy on Supreme Court Justices, 159 Article III judges, elected officials, 20 million other Americans and Donald Trump.

 

“In the second month of his presidency,” CNN wrote on August 11, 2019, “Trump accused Obama without evidence of tapping his phones in Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign. More than two years later, there is still no evidence that Trump’s phones were wiretapped during the 2016 campaign.”

 

Seemingly working off the same talking points, The Washington Post wrote on Saturday “He [President Trump] has claimed without evidence that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower in New York.”

 

Far-left media outlet Vox also joined the cacophony of the progressive pundit choir, writing on August 11, 2019, that “Trump is no stranger to spreading conspiracy theories, especially when they involve his political adversaries. He claimed in 2017 that former President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower.”

 

For over two years, CNN and the Washington Post promoted the now-collapsed conspiracy theory President Trump was a Russian agent secretly working for the Kremlin.

 

By promoting the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory, CNN and The Washington Post, John Brennan, James Clapper, Carl Bernstein, were helping construct the cover-up of the Obama administration’s illegal surveillance of Donald Trump.

 

CNN and The Washington Post are engaged in a multi-prong strategy to cover up the Obama administration’s illegal surveillance of Trump.

 

CNN and the Washington Post ignore the fact that Montgomery turned over evidence to the FBI.

 

CNN and the Washington Post ignore the testimony from former FBI General Counsel James Baker that the FBI took possession of evidence from Montgomery, that Montgomery asserts, proves that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump.

 

Former FBI official Baker stated on October 18, 2018, on day two of his two-day interview conducted during an Executive Session Joint Hearing of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Government Oversight Committee:

 

An individual named Dennis Montgomery, who I believe, to the best of my recollection, he said that he had been a U.S. Government contractor and, in the course of that work, had come across evidence of unlawful surveillance by the government of Americans — and including government officials — and wanted to give that information to the Bureau, which eventually did take place.

 

In the face of evidence to the contrary, CNN and The Washington Post continue to demonize President Trump for entertaining the “conspiracy theory” that President Obama wiretapped Trump.

 

The Washington Post, long-time patron of Saul Alinsky, is well-versed in the tactics of disinformation and ridicule.

 

No one was ever supposed to know that Trump was under illegal surveillance for years.

 

However, audio tapes “that were never supposed to be released to the public” were released by U.S. District Judge G. Murray Snow in November 2015.

 

Mike Zullo, who recorded the audio tapes, recently stated “Back in, I guess it was 2015 or 16, whenever the audio tapes of Montgomery or Blixseth surfaced and they were erroneously released by the ACLU and publicized, they were never supposed to be released to the public…”

 

Those audio tapes, that have come to be known as “The Whistleblower Tapes,” revealed that John Brennan and James Clapper used a secret surveillance system known as “The Hammer” to wiretap Trump “a zillion times.”

 

Montgomery, against whom the U.S. government had invoked the State Secrets Privilege and a U.S. Protective Order, basically a government-ordered muzzle, asserts that Zullo recorded him and his family without Montgomery’s knowledge or consent.

 

The Washington Post and CNN never reported on the existence of “The Hammer” nor the explosive contents found on “The Whistleblower Tapes.”

 

Though The Washington Post reported heavily on the Nixon White House Tapes, the Washington Post never reported on “The Whistleblower Tapes,” “The Hammer,” and Montgomery’s assertion that Brennan and Clapper utilized “The Hammer” to spy on Donald Trump.

 

“The Whistleblower Tapes” are exponentially more explosive than the Nixon White House Tapes, yet the Washington Post, CNN, and former Washington Post Watergate reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward assiduously ignore the “Whistleblower Tapes.”

 

CNN, The Washington Post, and CNN contributor Carl Bernstein led with the false narrative that Trump was in bed with Russian agents, perhaps the biggest conspiracy theory every hoisted by on The American People.  And perhaps why CNN, the Washington Post and Carl Bernstein have earned the moniker of “fake news.”

 

According to Lt. General Thomas McInerney (Ret.), formerly the number three Air Force official at the Pentagon, “The Hammer” surveillance system uncovered in “The Whistleblower Tapes” is far worse than Watergate.

 

General McInerney stated during a March 19, 2017 radio interview on “Operation Freedom,” aired on WAAM 1600:

 

Hammer stunned me. It is something that will exceed anything done before in the U.S. government…This is so far greater than Watergate. Watergate was just nothing compared to, if Hammer is true, and someone needs to verify it…it is very important that this be looked at right now…This is a very serious thing. Everything about the Russians stealing the election is tactical deception.

 

 

“This is a coup, the Trump Russian collusion fake narrative is coverup for “The Hammer.”

 

Only two days before he died, Admiral James A. “Ace” Lyons (Ret.), who served as commander of the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet, appeared less concerned about dying than about countering the coup against President Trump.

 

Admiral Lyons was convinced that the coup was put in motion to cover up “The Hammer.”

 

 

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