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  • Today I watched "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"

    03/26/2017 5:27:51 PM PDT · 23 of 32
    Hostage to cradle of freedom

    It was also quite controversial in its day.

  • This healthcare debate among the GOP factions is absolutely stupid and counterproductive

    03/26/2017 5:22:50 PM PDT · 16 of 65
    Hostage to Jim Robinson

    They’ve got to do a full repeal of Obamacare Jim.

    A full repeal is a one page bill. It simply include the standard header and date, and it says such and such law PPACA yada yada is HEREBY REPEALED.

    The house could have had that typed in 30 minutes and passed it over a month ago.

    Because a full repeal is a law in itself, it would have had to get through the Senate but the Democrats would have filibustered a full repeal.

    Fine, let the democrats take blame for fighting the full repeal of their monstrosity.

    President Trump must play hardball with these democrats and the republicans they control.

    The way to play hardball is to prosecute Geithner, and Obama Administration officials for illegally transferring billions upon billions upon billions from the general fund to Obamacare to buy votes. It was completely unauthorized and it forced Geithner to resign.

    Once the public would learn of how Obamacare was illegally propped up, there would be enough votes in the Senate for cloture and full repeal would sail through on a simple majority.

    This is still an option.

  • Lo & Behold: A Replica Of The Successful 2015 Obamacare Repeal Is Languishing In Committee

    03/26/2017 5:13:29 PM PDT · 37 of 38
    Hostage to jazminerose

    I’ve posted examples of repealed laws in the past. You can find one I am sure if you want.

    But a full repeal has the standard header and date of a law, and the law section goes on to say that such and such law with title and reference is hereby repealed. And that law ceases to exist.

    Look at the 21st Amendment of the Constitution. And that gives an example. It’s the same as repealing a law.

    Note that a full repeal is a law in itself. It is a law to take down a law.

    Because it is a law, it requires Senate passage which means it must have a filibuster proof majority.

    So a full repeal would have easily passed the House because hardly any republican would want to be on record as opposed to repealing Obamacare.

    But a full repeal would have failed in the Senate because the democrats would have filibustered.

    Had that happened, it would be clear that the democrats failed in the latest round. But as it is, Ryan gets the deserved blame.

  • Lo & Behold: A Replica Of The Successful 2015 Obamacare Repeal Is Languishing In Committee

    03/26/2017 3:49:34 PM PDT · 18 of 38
    Hostage to taxcontrol

    It was not a full repeal.

    It was a reconciliation bill that repealed certain portions of certain paragraphs and subitems; a ‘partial’ repeal that could easily be reversed by a future democrat Congress needing no filibuster to resuscitate it.

    A full repeal is about a page long. It is simply a law to take down another law. A full repeal renders the law it repeals so that it no longer exists on the books as a law.

    A partial repeal leaves the original law in place even if certain portions of it are ‘repealed’ or more accurately, made ‘inactive’.

    The 2015 reconciliation bill was touted as a ‘repeal’ but that was just Ryan pulling a gimmick so he could say he tried to ‘repeal’ it.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/26/2017 3:01:39 PM PDT · 259 of 262
    Hostage to WildHighlander57; SE Mom; Jane Long; Whenifhow; txhurl; bigbob; gaijin; Tucker39

    I tried to add most of those who expressed interest on what might have gone down yesterday evening with the JJ show not bringing on Cameron. It doesn’t really matter at this point as JJ is not part of this story but rather only one megaphone among many to come.

    George Webb comments today that Montgomery wasn’t shown on JJ likely due to his prior history of bad check-writing coming out in the pre-show vetting:

    As I commented earlier, whatever Clapper/Brennan had on Montgomery only served to provide them a means of blackmailing him or otherwise controlling him. He had expertise in cyber hacking that they needed and any checkered material they had on him or framed him with only made them think he couldn’t run away too far.

    It’s very similar to dirty probation officers using parolees to do things for them such as opening mail offsite (yes, that indeed happens). People that are caught up in criminal frame-ups are very hesitant to go against those holding their freedom.

    Montgomery obviously had the expertise Clapper/Brennan wanted and needed otherwise they wouldn’t have hired him back.

    IN ANY EVENT, Montgomery’s past has no bearing on the data. The sheer volume of the data along with recorded phone calls and all manner of other verifiable points of fact make Montgomery and his past irrelevant to the case. The people targeted and recorded in the data can vouch for its authenticity and as they are informed and they step forward to testify, the lawsuits will fly. Therefore, the distraction with Montgomery’s compromised past is nothing in the grander view of where this goes.

    Where this goes is in the hands of a federal court where Freedom Watch has obtained immunity for Montgomery from federal judges. Copies of the data have been turned over to Comey and Freedom Watch is waiting on whether Nunes will call on Montgomery to testify. Nunes will likely think it too hot to handle as he does not appear to have the backbone to crawl under the fire that Montgomery is bad news even if this bad news was a frame-up. Nunes should realize that life is temporary and that in war you have to lay your life on the line. But I don’t think he has the right stuff. Any patriot would know that Montgomery is not the issue here. It is the data that is the issue.

    IN ANY EVENT again, Freedom Watch has given Nune’s lawyers notice that they will go public with this, meaning a lawsuit will be filed. That means Nunes can either devote his current insignificant life to serving his country or dine with the establishment.

    I’ll repeat an earlier comment made to a Fox segment with link provided by Whenifhow:

    One seemingly minor quote has to do with having evidence of NSA eavesdroppers joking and bragging how they listened in on their boyfriends, girlfriends to see if they were cheating and so forth. What that means in a microcosm of this entire case is that there are people that will testify that they indeed did have those conversations when they hear them if they haven’t already heard them. That in itself breaks this wide open. Because the unsophisticated and uninformed among us will identify strongly with listening for cheating on mates. That strikes home for most Americans, not because they cheat or have been cheated on, but because they understand it.

    Seemingly ‘’little’ things like this matter enormously in the popular culture.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/26/2017 9:58:57 AM PDT · 251 of 262
    Hostage to WildHighlander57; Whenifhow

    I am no longer holding out for JJ to bring it on. We will hear more from George Webb as to what happened. He mentioned the JJ show would have it as coming from her Twitter feed. Maybe or maybe not, it doesn’t matter so much.

    I rely on Larry Klayman and his law firm Freedom Watch. He has obtained immunity for Montgomery. The linked audio is still a good investment of time to know the raw backstory.

    There are murder and blackmail involved, as well as massive illegal spying for political purposes, that’s my sense and why it might be that this story is being held back. I don’t believe it is conspiracy driven because many have seen the raw data (and there is immense corroboration of this), and Clapper/Brennan hired Montgomery back after they smeared him.

    Klayman announced many things in a February 15, 2017 interview with FBN. Thanks to Whenifhow for the link:

    One seemingly minor quote has to do with having evidence of NSA eavesdroppers joking and bragging how they listened in on their boyfriends, girlfriends to see if they were cheating and so forth. What that means in a microcosm of this entire case is that there are people that will testify that they indeed did have those conversations when they hear them if they haven’t already heard them. That in itself breaks this wide open. Because the unsophisticated and uninformed among us will identify strongly with listening for cheating on mates. That strikes home for most Americans, not because they cheat or have been cheated on, but because they understand it.

    I’ve been following George Webb for quite a while now. He is virtually unknown, having very few views in most of his videos. He is driven by his previous conflict with McCabe. He knows the story of the century is the Awan brothers and that the media has had a blackout on it. He’s smart, he’s level-headed, he’s not prone to conspiracy thoughts, he verifies everything and travels to verify information. I think he’s vulnerable to a hit or a blackout from YouTube as a fake news uploader.

    Stay tuned.

  • We Need an Independent Investigation of the Trump Leaks Mystery Now

    03/26/2017 8:56:32 AM PDT · 6 of 11
    Hostage to The_Media_never_lie

    It is an important story and it is intensifying. It is not going away.

  • North Dakota Becomes 10th State To Pass Convention of States!

    03/26/2017 8:00:58 AM PDT · 33 of 53
    Hostage to wita

    > “Those requirments you have listed, are found in the same Constitution we are ignoring right now.”

    The Constitution is overwhelmingly followed by the courts. The few odd times it is not, the national media picks up the story and blasts it out in a sensational manner giving the illusion that the Constitution is no longer the law of the land when it very much in fact is.

    Summary: your remark shows your mind is controlled and programmed by persons and organizations of the press.

    The illustrations of #24 are written in such a way that it doesn’t matter if any federal entity ignores them or not. Ignoring those illustrated amendments has no effect.

  • North Dakota Becomes 10th State To Pass Convention of States!

    03/26/2017 7:06:14 AM PDT · 27 of 53
    Hostage to Vaquero; cotton1706

    The left is barely breathing in most of the states. So you are suggesting that leftists are going to ride into state capitols and bust those towns up. Guess who is delusional.

  • North Dakota Becomes 10th State To Pass Convention of States!

    03/26/2017 7:02:20 AM PDT · 26 of 53
    Hostage to SkyDancer

    Nothing is ‘cracked open’. It is true that many things will be proposed but it takes 34 states to agree to propose an amendment, and it takes even more, 38 states to ratify a proposed amendment.

  • North Dakota Becomes 10th State To Pass Convention of States!

    03/26/2017 6:58:44 AM PDT · 25 of 53
    Hostage to conservatism_IS_compassion

    The illustrated Amendment XXIX in #24 addresses all of the concerns you raise. It is simple and its products can be executed completely outside the purview of any federal entity.

  • North Dakota Becomes 10th State To Pass Convention of States!

    03/26/2017 6:51:31 AM PDT · 24 of 53
    Hostage to Wolfie

    They, Congress and the courts, cannot ignore the following:

    AMENDMENT XXVIII (’State Suffrage’)

    To restore effective suffrage of State Legislatures to Congress, the following amendment is proposed:

    Section 1.
    A Senator in Congress shall be subject to recall by their respective state legislature or by voter referendum in their respective state.

    Section 2.
    Term limits for Senators in Congress shall be set by vote in their respective state legislatures but in no case shall be set less than twelve years nor more than eighteen years.

    Section 3:
    The seventeenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed.


    AMENDMENT XXIX (‘Thirty-State Quash Authority’)

    To redress the balance of powers between the federal government and the States, the following amendment is proposed:

    Section 1.
    Upon a majority vote in three-fifths of state legislatures, specific federal statutes, federal court decisions and executive directives of any form shall be repealed and made void in any state, territory, or possession of the United States.

    Section 2.
    State legislatures in agreement with results derived from Section 1 of this amendment shall sign a state quash authority directive delineating the specific federal statutes, federal court decisions or federal executive directives affected, said directive addressed and delivered to the Congress of the United States becoming immediately effective as of the date of delivery.

    These illustrations are written in a manner that THE STATES ARE GIVEN RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY. Amendments should be written so that it is clear that the federal government has no mandate regarding the interpretation or selective enforcement or non-enforcement of these types of amendments.

    For example, the flawed 10th Amendment leaves all powers not enumerated in the US Constitution to the States or to the People. However, there is no mechanism left to the states to check the federal government with the 10th Amendment save for the appointment of US Senators by state legislatures which was abolished under the 17th Amendment. As it is, the 10th Amendment jurisdiction is left to the federal judiciary without any voice or role for the States. The result of these compounded errors has yielded a highly centralized federal government whereby power is attained by an enormous federal government and funded by the Federal Reserve.

    An illustration addressing the 16th Amendment:

    AMENDMENT XXX (‘Sunset and Repeal of the 16th Amendment’)

    To facilitate Age-Of-Awareness Connectivity In Funding The Federal Government Of The United States:

    Section 1.
    All forms of federal taxation in the United States, and unto the territories of its jurisdiction, that are derived under the authority of the sixteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States shall be abolished and repealed by April 16, 2022.

    Section 2.
    As of April 16, 2022, the sixteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed.

    Section 3:
    Enforcement of federal tax liabilities shall cease as of January 1, 2025 with exceptions granted to active judicial proceedings initiated before January 1, 2025.

    By ‘Age Of Awareness’ means technologies of connectivity. These technologies did not exist in the 19th century nor at the time of the 1913 installation of the 16th Amendment. Had such suitable technology existed, the 16th Amendment would never have been installed. The 16th Amendment is in fact, a poorly designed instrument proffered by persons of poor judgment, lacking requisite information or awareness of purposes behind the original federal design. It is completely unsuitable in our Age of Awareness.

    The 16th, 17th, and 18th Amendments are all from the year 1913 and were all done in the era of Woodrow Wilson who either advocated for such amendments or failed to thwart their passage. The 18th was repealed but the 16th and 17th remained and evolved slowly.

    The 16th was particularly insidious as its original code was only 14 pages long and imposed a ‘Flat Tax’ rate of 7% on the wealthiest 2% of Americans and a rate of only 1% on the rest of Americans.

    The ‘1%’ rate is still used to this day in attempts to impose a state income tax in states where no state income tax exists. The ‘1%’ rate appears innocent, non-threatening, innocuous. It is a backdoor quiet entry to grab power and control. Once inside the system, it grows and creeps until it resembles what exists today. Therefore note, any INCOME TAX is a cancer because it is impossible to contain over time. It gives legislators a tool by which they can grab and solidify their own power (legislative angiogenesis).

    There is a vastly superior alternative to the income tax. A consumption tax with impact floor is embodied in H.R. 25. Its superiority to any income tax scheme cannot be overstated.

  • The Real Repeal Obamacare Bill has been Languishing in Committee since February 10

    03/25/2017 11:09:00 PM PDT · 44 of 63
    Hostage to stylin19a

    Yes, it cab be filibustered.

    But, the House could have easily passed it knowing the Senate couldn’t, and the Senate GOP could vote and fail, and blame the fail on the democrats.

    That scenario would help boost the GOP to gain more seats in 2018.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 10:19:03 PM PDT · 87 of 89
    Hostage to Major Matt Mason

    That info is relevant because it links the same actors in the timeline he has before him.

    The legitimacy of the information is for Freedom Watch to present to Nunes.

    Nunes asked for any person having any knowledge related to the committee’s investigation to come forward. Klayman has come forward.

    Timeline is not the issue as Clapper and Brennan were actors in all the timelines of concern. If they were illegally conducting surveillance then, they were likely conducting surveillance more recently. Nunes does not need to let them off on a technicality.

    If Nunes ignores it, Klayman will file in federal court. That will undoubtedly force Nunes to bring Montgomery in for questioning, followed by Clapper, Brennan and any under them carrying out their instructions. The hearing with those parties will grow a life of its own. It will detonate in some fashion.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 10:07:51 PM PDT · 86 of 89
    Hostage to Whenifhow

    The connection of Webb’s investigation of the Awan Brothers and Montgomery stems from the Awan business called ‘Nanoset’ which bought and sold computer servers for the federal government, all branches.

    Webb credibly links facts to infer that the Awan brothers were burning in hidden operating systems and backdoors to the servers they procured before sending them out for installation.

    That is one of the big roots of this Muslim spy ring.

    It can be reasonably inferred that these Pakistanis contributed to the deaths of Seal Team 6 on the Chinook helicopters and the death of Navy Seal Ryan Owen.

    It has been commented and reported numerous times in separate outlets that these fatal incidents could only have arisen from passing along inside information.

    What we may be witnessing is one of the biggest spy scandals in US history.

    You may agree it doesn’t appear this story is going away any time soon.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 9:45:38 PM PDT · 84 of 89
    Hostage to Whenifhow; Major Matt Mason

    I’ll interject a little.

    Doesn’t matter that Nunes got it during the transition. As Chairman he is obliged to address it and if he delays, Freedom Watch will file a lawsuit making it public.

    If Nunes is on the good-guy team, he will respond to Freedom Watch and if he needs matters to be kept under wraps, he will explain and ask Freedom Watch to hold off.

    Klayman is a patriot. If there is a reasonable basis for holding off, he will not forge recklessly ahead.

    It doesn’t matter that the Montgomery case was a couple of years before what is now in focus by Nunes.

    The Montgomery case, in a nutshell, is about Clapper/Brennan illegally, feloniously spying on American citizens without warrants and not incidental to any other authorized investigation. These are the same actors, in all likelihood, who are at the center of the Nunes investigation.

    Here’s the slammer. If Clapper/Brennan can be indicted, then Obama becomes a target. Obama is not immune.

    The indictment of either or both of Clapper, Brennan and any others in their circle, can be used to out the truth and the whole matter can then be brought to a close.

    Timelines and scopes of inquiries are important but not as important as the truth. I know that seems to ‘just sound good’ but murders and blackmail appear extant here and that’s where the truth can have great value to bring closure to victims of the past and to carry forward lessons learned into the future. It’s one thing to assassinate a terrorist, it’s another to murder a US person to cover up illegal surveillance, especially when such surveillance might be politically motivated.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 9:21:02 PM PDT · 82 of 89
    Hostage to txhurl

    Ironically, it was the dems that called for the House Intel Committee to hold hearings to investigate the Trump-Russia connection. Now, the whole thing is geared to blowing up back in their faces.

    Perhaps the democrats are bidding to take the mantle of ‘stupid party’ away from the republicans. It’s possible.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 9:18:11 PM PDT · 81 of 89
    Hostage to bigbob

    The billionaire was attempting to connect Montgomery with Arpaio in hopes of helping Arpaio understand that he, Arpaio was being surveilled.

    The billionaire was asking Arpaio to find a way to get Montgomery immunity so that Montgomery could be a witness but Arpaio said it was a federal matter and basically the Obama DOJ would be of no help. It was then suggested Arpaio ask McCain to which Arpaio responded it would be foolish as McCain hated him and was behind the whole vendetta against him.

    I find it amazing that Arpaio is still fighting strong at his age, just amazing. It appears now he will be able to cause recusal of the corrupt Judge Snow based on evidence that Snow improperly held conversations with a DOJ person about alleged contempt actions by Arpaio.

    When one looks into the case against Arpaio, it is a complete hit job by persons in and connected with the Obama DOJ, La Raza, ACLU.

    He has a misdemeanor trial coming up where he will be without a jury which is unbelievable in my eyes. Snow is slated to rule on his charge although the evidence shows Snow has coordinated with Obama DOJ persons over that charge.

    I think Arpaio wins his bid to have Snow recuse himself and then I believe the case against him will be dropped.

    In any event, the Montgomery case is now in the hands of a competent DC law firm who should be filing a lawsuit making it public in the next week or two.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 9:06:36 PM PDT · 242 of 262
    Hostage to stevio

    Alex Jones is not welcome here, presumably for his Truther advocacy in the past. In my seldom viewing of his webcasts, he appears to be developing a more professional approach and to gaining better access to raw news before the alphabet soup outlets get their paws to mangle it.

    What prompts me are successful lawsuits, competent law firms who thoroughly sift through evidence brought to them, because taking garbage evidence into court can get them sanctioned and damage their reputation.

    The reason I am following this case is because Montgomery is now represented by Freedom Watch who has turned over copies of evidence to Comey and who has requested the matter be addressed by Congress member Nunes of the House Intel O/S Committee. FW is going to go public if Nunes continues to delay addressing it. That means a lawsuit and it may possibly mean the public has an opportunity to see some of the data. Numerous testimonies from separate sources point to massive numbers of felonies committed in the data.

    If Alex Jones is carrying this story and you are following his presentation, please be kind to check that his sources are not based on rumor, unknown sources or the like. I’ll be happy to look into it to see if it checks out against the Freedom Watch developments.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 8:35:25 PM PDT · 77 of 89
    Hostage to bigbob

    Sorry, I can’t accept that letter/’report’ for any value of getting to the truth. If anything it only further illustrates La Raza’s lawyer’s pursuit of anything to throw against Arpaio.

    Red flags of bias in the write-up are frequently observed in a cursory reading:

    Non-existent plot,
    bizarre conspiracy,
    paranoid minds,
    civil rights case Melendres v. Arpaio,
    Federal Judge G. Murray Snow,
    ludicrous investigation of President Barack Obama’s birth certificate,
    Montgomery a ‘swindler’ (but was hired back; uh-huh)

    These descriptors are not professional; they are indicators of unprofessional name-calling.

    There is also posted of the Arpaio timeline FROM THE COURT, and that is the only item of value that I see precisely because it originates from the court and not someone’s ranting behavior. People’s rants hold no value to me. The timeline has, however, nothing to incriminate Arpaio, so it’s unclear why it was posted.

    In sum, the letter is of no value.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 7:48:20 PM PDT · 60 of 89
    Hostage to Tucker39

    George Webb is a very credible investigator who produces several video updates a day in relation to the Muslim spy ring in DC.

    He called out today from Judge Jeanine’s Twitter feed that Cameron would appear on her show.

    You have a valid point. Her show tonight was likely produced in segments over days this past week.

    We’ll find out more tomorrow or Monday.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 7:41:39 PM PDT · 58 of 89
    Hostage to SE Mom; All

    Webb mentioned it as part of his ongoing investigation of the Pakistani spies (Awan brothers).

    Webb is highly credible, my opinion, just as Freedom Watch is because they are thorough in their case work and they win complex lawsuits.

    We will find out what happened soon as Webb makes several video updates each day.

    The think I anchor on is that Freedom Watch has copies of all the data and turned over copies to Comey. They would not do that unless they had enough verified evidence to take it forward.

    Another thing that boosts the Montgomery case is that Freedom Watch has warned attorneys for Nunes that if they continue the delay to address the Montgomery case, they will go public. That means they will file a lawsuit.

    The data is heavily indicated to be incontrovertible. They have voluminous recorded private phone calls of Donald Trump alone. There is no way anyone could spoof so many calls on that timeline when Trump was not even a candidate. 900 million calls are far too many calls to spoof.

    The fact that Clapper/Brennan hired Montgomery back is the clincher. They couldn’t find anyone to replace him and they needed him back. Plus they thought he was under their blackmail control and they operated under the assumption Clinton would be elected.

    So this case, although years in the making, is just now emerging.

    I have been here on FR for 18 years, about 16 years under this moniker and 2 years under another before that.

    I never engage in shoddy cases. If there was no evidence, if there was no commitment by a case winning DC law firm, if there was no recorded audio of prominent law enforcement officers and attorneys corroborating Montgomery, I wouldn’t touch it.

    For those that tuned into the raw audio of Arpaio and attorneys discussing the Montgomery case, your time is well worth the investment as it is highly expected that a lawsuit will be filed soon making the case public. When that happens, the time spent listening to the raw discussions will give a leg up on what the case is all about.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 7:17:36 PM PDT · 49 of 89
    Hostage to Whenifhow; Meet the New Boss; gaijin

    It’s more than Freedom Watch merely identifying him as a whistleblower. They have all the data and they have handed copies of it all to Comey.

    Freedom Watch would not have taken that step if there was nothing there.

    Under Obama, stonewall was put in place.

    Freedom Watch will be going public with it if Nunes continues to delay addressing it. Going public means filing a lawsuit.

    Stay tuned.

  • Live Thread Judge Jeanine Program

    03/25/2017 7:08:20 PM PDT · 39 of 89
    Hostage to Meet the New Boss; gaijin

    No, he received it through the Judge’s Twitter feed.

    The Judge may have changed the programming or never scheduled it. We’ll have to wait to find out what happened.

    No reason to be discouraged. The law firm representing Montgomery is known to be thorough in their casework.

    I am not worried in the least. If Judge Janine does not have Cameron on to introduce the case, that’s Fox’s call and their loss.

    At some point, it will be covered on national news media because of the court case coming. The case is developing.

    From a few days ago:

    “During my meeting with House Intelligence Committee counsel Allen R. Sousa I politely warned him that if Chairman Nunes, who himself had that same day undercut President Trump by also claiming that there is no evidence of surveillance by the Obama administration, I would go public with what would appear to be the House Intelligence Committee’s complicity in keeping the truth from the American people and allowing the FBI to continue its apparent cover-up of the Montgomery “investigation.”

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 6:51:22 PM PDT · 232 of 262
    Hostage to CincyRichieRich

    I never mentioned any ‘bombshell’. I called attention to a raw audio that is old but is now coming out in relation to the Freedom Watch lawsuit.

    Actually, it was out before but got little exposure. But now Freedom Watch is representing Montgomery and that means it has credibility. If the media won’t pick it up, the court case will get the attention.

    FW wins cases. They are thorough in their work. They have turned over the evidence and we can bet they have studied it enough and continue to study it to have solid evidence for the court and to reach out to millions who had felonies committed against them.

    Many including me have known about the massive nationwide snooping on everyone. But this is different because this presents the verifiable evidence. If it was not for this verifiable evidence, this would fall in the interesting or suspicious category only.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 6:36:24 PM PDT · 216 of 262
    Hostage to txhurl

    Thanks for keeping track. I had forgotten about him. His info on that passport breach was briefly mentioned in the linked audio of this thread.

    Here’s another link to the passport breach:

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 6:28:05 PM PDT · 207 of 262
    Hostage to phoneman08; Whenifhow

    Yes, it looks like she will not be having Cameron on. Still an outside chance she gives it a muted intro. The news George Webb had read about Cameron may have been misinformed. We will see.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 6:14:51 PM PDT · 191 of 262
    Hostage to Hostage; txhurl

    She’s turning to House Intel segment now.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 6:12:38 PM PDT · 190 of 262
    Hostage to Dustoff45; pollywog
  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 6:11:12 PM PDT · 188 of 262
    Hostage to phoneman08

    Hang in there, It may come in the second half.

    Here it is live:

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 6:05:03 PM PDT · 180 of 262
    Hostage to SE Mom; All

    My view is that Obama is the ‘shady’ one. That Clapper/Brennan were his mafia enablers. That Montgomery is a computer cyber security hacker genius that they couldn’t do without.

    Lots of computer hackers are nerdy in character, they have an autistic side. Montgomery received a death threat, he has Freedom Watch representing him now and they are winners. They do their work.

    Given how the situation is developing, I would say Montgomery has the goods. In fact. I will bet on it.

    I am beginning to think Carl Cameron will appear for a few minutes to introduce the story and then the next segment will turn to the Healthcare story of the past week.

    But an introduction will lead to a story that is ‘developing’. There is way too much to digest even for a full hour show.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 5:53:50 PM PDT · 170 of 262
    Hostage to kjam22

    She’s a personal friend of the Trump family. The President would not have tweeted if it was not going to be discussed.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 5:51:05 PM PDT · 166 of 262
    Hostage to Whenifhow

    Yes, can you start one? Put it on the sidebar under breaking news.

    I don’t believe Judge Janine will let her viewers down.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 5:48:24 PM PDT · 161 of 262
    Hostage to Dustoff45

    Her show is coming on in about 15 minutes. I think some of us can get it live. I will ping you.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 5:41:46 PM PDT · 157 of 262
    Hostage to semimojo

    The word ‘you’ was a placeholder for anyone who had a phone record recorded without their knowledge and without a warrant.

    That you took it to mean literally ‘you’ reveals what anyone needs to know about your views.

    Out of hundreds of millions of records turned over to lawyers and law enforcement, many millions have been verified. That fact means this is a hard case that can no longer be buried by the Obama DOJ.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 5:20:30 PM PDT · 147 of 262
    Hostage to thinden

    Not going to work there, Sparky.

    People are on to such diversions.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 5:18:17 PM PDT · 145 of 262
    Hostage to SE Mom

    > “This guy has been around a long time and has been a shady dude. If he really has the goods, well my hat’s off to him but I remain HIGHLY skeptical of him.”

    That’s exactly what people like Clapper/Brennan and Obama want to happen. Be skeptical, believe this guy is ‘shady’.

    If you listen in on the audio, you will hear many discussing how no federal prosecutor will touch it. Guess who controlled federal prosecutors?

    The Obama DOJ stonewalled this story and put the kibosh on it. Clapper and Brennan also appear to be tied to murder and blackmail.

    So let’s be ‘skeptical’ because ... well just because.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 5:05:34 PM PDT · 133 of 262
    Hostage to semimojo

    He was hired back by Clapper/Brennan, why?

    Does his character matter?

    What about the records?

    Say you had a phone call argument with someone. Say you find it is among the 900 million phone calls that Montgomery recorded. Say you listen to it and you know it to be true.

    Does it matter what slime was thrown at Montgomery?

    If you know the record is true, Montgomery is irrelevant other than he was linked to higher ups that committed a felony on you.

    Montgomery does not matter. The records matter.

    That’s all you need to know.

    Lastly, think. Clapper/Brennan were committing felonies. The person that did their dirty work was a bit of an oddball with some checkered material on him like maybe being a porn addict or something. I don’t know but it doesn’t matter. The fact that he had some minor turpitude problems would play into the hands of Clapper/Brennan because they want people like that, so they can control them.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:57:23 PM PDT · 127 of 262
    Hostage to bigbob

    When a person knows all their actions are monitored, and much of their past is known, and they hear of a key witness to a case being murdered with a bullet between the eyes the day before they were to appear to testify, would that not put a chill on things?

    Arpaio was ostracized, charged with criminal conduct, not finding anyone anywhere to hear his evidence.

    Do you remember hearing the Obama people talk of “The Chicago Way”?

    What’s changed now?


  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:51:29 PM PDT · 118 of 262
    Hostage to TheNext

    As other Freepers have suggested, it’s likely due to the facts that Donald Trump is the President and Jess Sessions is his Attorney General.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:42:33 PM PDT · 112 of 262
    Hostage to gaijin


    I agree with that.

    Murder and blackmail are part of the enforcement methods of the occupiers.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:39:15 PM PDT · 107 of 262
    Hostage to thinden

    He had the story in 2012. Something changed at FOX and he put it on the shelf. Now Montgomery is coming through other pathways so Cameron is rushing to scoop it.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:37:29 PM PDT · 105 of 262
    Hostage to pollywog

    Yes, here or in a separate thread. Making a note to ping you.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:33:00 PM PDT · 101 of 262
    Hostage to phoneman08

    I should have said Judge Janine.

    She will have a small fraction of the goods. But her show should prompt us, the public, the DOJ, FBI, and Congress to start getting on it.

    If the ‘establishment’ tries to let it die down and be forgotten, I predict there will be thousands of lawsuits by individuals suing because of felony hacking. That will keep it alive.

    Now we can imagine what the establishment will do, they will try and label anyone following this as extremist, as lunatics, anything to make uninformed avoid learning more.

    Remember they control a large part of the national media. And now internet platforms such as Google and Facebook are rolling out algorithms that catch info that is unwanted and it’s blacked out.

    Some ways to fight back are through certain courts and the Trump White House. Congress is compromised.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:22:28 PM PDT · 91 of 262
    Hostage to Steve_Seattle

    Not Info Wars. This is the raw backstory of a story being broke on Fox tonight and which the President tweeted to watch.

    The Fox show tonight (Judge Janine) won’t be able to get even a few percent of the breadth of this story.

    The reason it is heavy, is because the data records can all be verified and have been to a certain extent. It will take years to get to all the felonies committed.

    Montgomery has the Crown Jewels on all the Obama Admin corruption.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:17:19 PM PDT · 82 of 262
    Hostage to txhurl

    Yes, that now seems more than just plausible. Hastings may have been a test case of their (Clapper/Brennan/CIA) new remote assassin capability.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:12:17 PM PDT · 73 of 262
    Hostage to txhurl

    There are other hit jobs mentioned in the audio. So yes, your suspicions are on track.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:10:01 PM PDT · 69 of 262
    Hostage to Meet the New Boss; bigbob

    I think you got it right.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:08:54 PM PDT · 67 of 262
    Hostage to proust

    Carl Cameron is breaking the story for Fox on Judge Janine’s show tonight.

    The President tweeted for everyone to watch her show.

    The linked Youtube is the raw backstory.

  • Montgomery is going to nuke it all!

    03/25/2017 4:04:30 PM PDT · 61 of 262
    Hostage to CincyRichieRich

    The recorded audio reveals Clapper/Brennan knew Montgomery had the records offsite, ‘out there’ somewhere. He tried to secure whistleblower status but was denied by 18 different agencies. Then they hired him back.

    There are also hit jobs on record.