BREAKING: NSA Whistleblower Reveals Trump, Supreme Court, AND Congress Were ALL Spied On

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30 Year Veteran Of NSA Says Trump Was Wiretapped

“I grew up believing the NSA wasn’t allowed to collect data on US citizens,” a concerned Tucker Carlson said while speaking to a whistleblower from the NSA.  Bill Binney, the whistleblower in question, reaffirmed what he had just said: that the NSA has been spying on everything you do since 2001 — and if they had an interest, they even looked into who you were sleeping with just for fun.

Congress and Judges Were Snooped On Too

But it wasn’t just love interests that got snooped on, it was major players in the government.  Judges, congressmen and senators, veterans and police units, and anyone that was deemed a valuable source of information. In 2009, Binney had enough.  He quit. He attempted to find a way to legally release information about the illegal spying programs through the proper channels but was met with a wall.  He had been working there for 30+ years at this point and just didn’t know what else to do, so he quietly removed himself from the equation and waited for the proper time.  Now, he’s speaking out.

From his statements on Carlson’s segment, the bulk data collection is quite alarming but offers a bit of a silver lining.  Every fiber optic cable running through America, according to Binney, is captured and stored on NSA servers.  That would mean that absolutely every action taken by the government is also captured as well and could be used to vindicate Trump and even catch the leakers responsible for releasing unredacted names of his transition team.

How Did Twitter React? Oh, They Suspended Him:

His Statements Are Spreading Like Wildfire Right Now:

The Blaze reports:

“Inside NSA … they’re targeting and looking at all the members of the Supreme Court, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Congress—both House and Senate—as well as the White House,” Binney said. “And all of this data is there inside NSA at this small group, where they’re looking at it. And the idea is to see what people with power over you, what they think, what they think you should be doing, what they’re planning to do to you, your budget or whatever, so you can try to counteract it before it actually happens.”

[h/t The Federalist Papers]


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