‘They violated everything in the book’.
‘They violated everything in the book’.
Attorney General William Barr stood by his use of the word “spying” in relation to the counter-intelligence operation directed against President Trump’s camp in 2016 when Senators pressed him on it Wednesday.
During a press conference Friday with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, POTUS Donald Trump teased that new revelations regarding the deep state coup attempt against him by the Obama regime are coming “in a few weeks.”
President Trump notes pending discoveries of the political surveillance and spy operations undeniably evident in the margins of the larger 2016 election story.
The Obama administration (U.S. government intelligence apparatus) needed an external source of information that could cover their domestic surveillance and spy operations. That’s why Fusion GPS was hired, and why emphasis was put on using European and Australian intelligence contacts to create the plausible process to continue surveillance that was always taking place.
This corrupt weaponizing of the U.S. intelligence apparatus is MUCH BIGGER than anyone currently absorbs. The Steele Dossier was an eventual part of the cover-story.
Welcome to the new frontier of campaign tech — a loosely regulated world in which simply downloading a weather app or game, connecting to Wi-Fi at a coffee shop or powering up a home router can allow a data broker to monitor your movements with ease, then compile the location information and sell it to a political candidate who can use it to surround you with messages.
BREAKING: Several U.S. military aircrafts have landed outside Bogota, the capital city of Colombia, in possible response to Venezuela crisis.
— BNL NEWS (@BreakingNLive) January 31, 2019
US Army EO-5C N177RA PLOMO27 spy plane, heading east over Colombia. Quite rare! 🤔 pic.twitter.com/QZPZWSnYby
— Aircraft Spots (@AircraftSpots) January 31, 2019
When asked if he believed Obama knew that his appointed CIA chief John Brennan and director of national intelligence (DNI) James Clapper were conducting surveillance on citizens, specifically members of his campaign, Trump said he believed the former president was aware of what they were doing.
Trump responded: ‘Personally, I think he knew. Yeah. Just remember what they did.
‘Let me put it this way: if the shoe were on the other foot, and the same thing happened to him, it would be treason and they’d be locked up for 100 years.’
A Russian IT specialist claims that he was asked by the Russian Security Service to provide back door access to the system issuing visas for Russians to travel to Britain.
The latest outrage is found in newly declassified documents from 2014. They reveal the CIA not only intercepted emails of U.S. citizens but they were emails of the most sensitive kind — written to Congress and involving whistleblowers reporting alleged wrongdoing within the Intelligence Community.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have hidden an undisclosed number of covert surveillance cameras inside streetlights around the country, federal contracting documents reveal.
Current and former members of the intelligence community say that the president has been repeatedly warned about the use of his personal cellular device, The New York Times has reported.
The New York Times has a new Fake Story that now the Russians and Chinese (glad they finally added China) are listening to all of my calls on cellphones. Except that I rarely use a cellphone, & when I do it’s government authorized. I like Hard Lines. Just more made up Fake News!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 25, 2018
The rare extradition of one of China’s intelligence agents is a major victory for the U.S. government amid strained ties with Beijing.
The malicious chips, which were not part of the original server motherboards designed by the U.S-based company Super Micro, had been inserted during the manufacturing process in China
The authorisation gave spooks James Bond-style clearance to murder and torture threats to national security free from any possible criminal repercussions.
The policy, known in the industry as the ‘third direction’ and in existence since the early 1990s, was so secret that when a retired judge was introduced to oversee the policy in 2012, he was instructed by the then PM not to comment on its legality.