Skip to comments.Did James Comey Cover Up a Massive and Illegal FBI-CIA Spying Operation?
Posted on 06/11/2017 9:40:28 PM PDT by ForYourChildren
Whistleblower says CIA spied on Supreme Court justices, Trump, and 20 million other Americans using FBI computers.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is considering whether to subpoena former FBI Director James Comey to appear before the committee following his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. He initially had refused a request to testify to the Judiciary Committee.
Should Comey appear before the Judiciary Committee, he may be asked about his disclosure that he gave a close friend memos detailing his meetings with President Donald Trump. But he may also face questions about the bombshell lawsuit, filed Monday by a former U.S. intelligence contractor, that accused the FBI and CIA of illegally spying on millions of Americans, including Donald Trump, and accuses Comey of covering it up.
Dennis Montgomery, the former contractor, reportedly passed his findings on to the FBI and is now alleging that the intelligence agencies buried the follow-up investigation, according to a report from Circa.
The former contractor's suit attempts to prove there was a "pattern and practice" of conducting "illegal, unconstitutional surveillance" of millions of Americans, including Supreme Court justices, 156 federal judges, prominent businessmen, and others such as Donald Trump, as well as the plaintiffs themselves.
Montgomery claims that he obtained 600 million pages of classified documents contained on 47 hard drives detailing how the FBI surveilled millions of Americans on a far larger scale than whistleblower Edward Snowden uncovered.
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Like the last time this came up, where are those documents and where are those drives? I tend to think this is a lot of speculated BS until we see some real evidence. Try to call me out to deny its existence doesn’t help.
Yes, lots of speculation.
They do not call him J Edgar Comey for nothing.
Paging Sharyl Attkisson and James Rosen!
It started with Robert Mueller....
FBI Chief Says Privacy Abuses Continued
It’s been happening. https://archive.is/TakEW#selection-293.0-293.39
Dennis is represented by Joe DiGenova. Trust me when I suggest that Joe was smart enough to make copies
This has crossed my mind.
Someone had to provide all the data for the database that BHO built, “the likes of which no one has ever seen before”.
I would bet he used all the agencies to spy on eveyone he could while he had eight years in which to build his computer database system.
>> “Did James Comey Cover Up a Massive and Illegal FBI-CIA Spying Operation?” <<
It would explain judge Roberts vote on Obama care
>> “surveilled?” <<
Surveyed is the real word.
Wonder what they had on him?
So, I gather he didn’t keep copies, which means this is going nowhere.
Paging Craig Livingstone and Anthony Marceca. Paging Craig Livingstone and Anthony Marceca. You are needed to fall on your sword for another political hack again.
The copies are in the hands of the FBI, as I understand it.
And the FBI has sat on it. Funny how that happens, when there is evidence that the head of the FBI has committed gross crimes and then the FBI gets the evidence and sits on it...
(of a person or their eyes) look carefully and thoroughly at (someone or something), especially so as to appraise them:
“her green eyes surveyed him coolly” · [more]
synonyms: look at · look over · observe · view · contemplate · regard · gaze at · [more]
investigate the opinions or experience of (a group of people) by asking them questions:
“95% of patients surveyed were satisfied with the health service”
investigate (behavior or opinions) by questioning a group of people:
“the investigator surveyed the attitudes and beliefs held by residents”
synonyms: interview · question · canvass · poll · cross-examine · investigate · [more]
Surveilled seems a better fit if the target is obtaining documents or tapes of conversations, but I suppose surveyed works, too, as it would be to study the subjects’ thought processes about the documents and conversations.
If the FBI covered this up originally, what makes anyone think that they will suddenly come clean, and indict their own?
If the FBI had them, they have long since gone the way of Clinton’s missing 30,000 e-mails.
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