Intelligence Expert: Obama Committed Surveillance Crimes – Should be Jailed (Video)

A massive amount of data on 47 hard drives from a government whistle blower was turned over to the Freedom Watch group recently. The information proves Obama and company spied on everyone.

Via The Conservative Treehouse:

Freedom Watch notifies congress of a “Deep State” intelligence community whistle blower, Dennis Montgomery, with hundreds of millions of documents showing CIA and FBI and Intelligence Committees were spying on, and conducting surveillance on, American citizens for political purposes.

Mr. Montgomery is trying to use a legal “whistle-blower” process and not follow the same approach as Edward Snowden.

Freedom Watch Whistleblower Notification to Congress by The Conservative Treehouse on Scribd

The whistleblower Mr. Montgomery left the NSA and CIA with 47 hard drives and 600 million pages of information exposing the illegal surveillance on prominent Americans during the Obama years including Donald Trump.

On Thursday intelligence expert and Freedom Watch founder Larry Klayman went on with FOX Buesiness Network to discuss the 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information.

Klayman says top Obama officials and Barack Obama should be in jail.

Larry Klayman: Comey was not truthful with that committee. He was not truthful while under oath… These intelligence agencies during the Obama administration in particular, were surveilling all Americans and very prominent Americans like President Trump who is a businessman like me, like others, without probable cause. And that is a crime. And these people need to frankly go to jail for what they’ve done.

Via FOX Business Network:

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