Released last night via InfoWars and posted on Drudge Report for the past 24 hours, NSA documents proving surveillance on Donald Trump for at least five years. All information cited below will be from that InfoWars article.
Joe Arpaio, former sheriff of Maricopa Country in Arizona, and the chief investigator of the Cold Case Posse Michael Zullo have came across many documents showing that Donald Trump was under NSA surveillance from 2004-2009.
Project Dragnet was electronic surveillance of U.S citizens which really came to light thanks to Edward Snowden in 2013, but just now have documents came to light about Trump being surveilled.
Arpaio and Zullo have found information that has multiple Trump addresses, family members, and Trump employees that were all placed under electronic surveillance. Including Trump Tower, a total of 18 businesses, hotels, and casinos were targeted in Project Dragnet.
Family members include, but may not be limited to, Ivanka and the article cited a former wife of President Trump, one could maybe guess Marla Maples.
Now you're probably sitting there thinking that this was a while ago and is done and over with. It started in 2004 with the Bush Administration and it appears in 2009 the Obama Administration pulled the plug on it, goes to show how squeaky clean Trump and his organization really are.
This is also goes to show that if at one point Trump was under surveillance, what could stop him from being placed under surveillance again? It took until 2013 for Dragnet, and many other illegal NSA projects, to be spotlighted. The technology and methods are still there and have probably only gotten better.
So what does this prove? It proves at one point Trump was surveilled by the NSA, so what makes you think he wasn't prone to any more surveillance? Is it just a coincidence that multiple media outlets like The New York Times reported on "wiretapping" and "surveillance" of Trump and Trump aides?
Yeah the Obama Administration may have ended his 2004-2009 surveillance, but someone somewhere could have opened that back up, obviously the media knows about something.
Here's the full report from Alex Jones:
Say what you want about Alex Jones, but he is the farthest from "Fake News" you can get, he really speaks truth. Watch his show for yourself and do some research.
Interestingly, this all came out on the eve of FBI director Comey and NSA director Rogers House Intelligence Committee hearing. In this hearing Comey and Rogers stated there is no evidence of Trump and Russia collusion, but the investigation is still "on going".
Comey then stated that there isn't any evidence that Trump Tower was "wiretapped" by the Obama administration, but there is still an investigation into it. So how can there be an on-going investigation into "wiretapping" or "surveillance" of President Trump and Trump Tower, but no evidence that anything occurred?
Here's a video of Comey's statements on this per Fox 10 Phoenix:
What makes this all more spooky is that with there being a leaker, or leakers, leaking information throughout federal agencies, that just so happened got their restrictions on sharing information loosened up by President Obama. Transcripts of Former National Security Secretary Michael Flynn phone calls with the Russian Ambassador were leaked to the media by someone who had connections with someone who has access to surveillance information. Comey would not answer if he briefed President Obama on Flynn's phone call with the Russian Ambassador (call occurred during Trump transition period).
This is all pretty serious and spooky stuff.
A warrant was granted to surveil a server in Trump Tower that was connected to a Russian bank, but that was all squeaky clean, from the warrant to the business going on with Trump Tower and that Russian bank. There was a FISA warrant request on Trump aides that was supposedly denied, but then it with Project Dragnet being out there, did the "deep state" just go under the radar of the courts and Congress? Someone under the order of someone in the Obama Administration had to carry out this surveillance, unless persons in the intel agencies went rogue.
The President has every right to be concerned, though he should have waited and pinpointed his accusations, but is doing the right thing by letting Congress solve the problem while he can run the country. Project Dragnet can help add fuel to President Trump's claim, but evidence from 2015-2016 is going to be needed to solidify his claims and solve the case.