Alex Jones just pushed all of his chips into the center of the table by claiming to be in possession of credible information given to him by law enforcement sources of a database listing the names of U.S. citizens that had been under electronic surveillance during a period that scanned both the Bush and the Obama administrations.
The database includes the names of Donald J. Trump and Alex Jones. If this is legitimate this may be the smoking gun that blows the lid off of the NSA’s largely illegal monitoring of American citizens absent federal warrants.
According to Jones, “The electronic surveillance database, provided to Michael Zullo by a whistleblower in 2013, was apparently created by the NSA as part of the NSA’s illegal and unconstitutional Project Dragnet electronic surveillance of U.S. citizens, first revealed by news reports published in 2005, as further documented by the revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013.”
Zullo is the former commander and chief investigator of Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse (CCP), a special investigative group created in 2006. The CCP is an Arizona State Certified Law Enforcement Agency.
Jones is reporting that there is now incontrovertible evidence that electronic surveillance of Donald Trump took place in at least 18 locations. Additionally, no less than nine of the future president’s employees had been illegally spied on as well.
Jones says that, “Also listed as under NSA surveillance during the period 2004-2010 was Trump’s former wife, Ivanka Trump at House of Ivanka, 10 East 64th Street, New York City.”
The database had not been updated after 2010 so while this may prove that Trump had indeed been unlawfully under surveillance at some point it fails to prove Trump’s recent claim that Obama “wiretapped” him leading up to and after the election.
However, evidence is mounting that makes it more likely than not that the surveillance had never been terminated. As Jones noted, “While attempts have been made to deny such domestic surveillance, reports from the New York Times in 2014 showed the Central Intelligence Agency had done just that by spying on a senate panel investigating the agency’s use of ‘enhanced interrogation.’”
There are now more than sufficient grounds for the Department of Justice to conduct a broad investigation into our entire intelligence community in light of their propensity for breaking the law and then lying about it. Recall former Obama NSA Director James Clapper lying before a senate committee investigating his agency.
Clapper’s response was a bald-faced lie.
As hard as the mainstream media has worked to paint Alex Jones as a conspiracy theorist, Jones’ record of ultimately being correct is outstanding. Jones claims to have been accepted by patriots within the government who trust him to deliver the truth to his audience and to protect them in the process. His record of solid fact-based reporting – albeit sometimes so far ahead of the story that people are not yet ready to believe him – suggests his sources are legitimate.
With Jones going all in on this high profile case he is betting he will emerge as a more credible source than the MSM. Don’t bet against him.
You can read Jones’ entire account here.