FBI/NSA Fight

PUBLISHED: 4:50 PM 18 Jun 2021

NSA Admits FBI Illegally Surveilled 16,000 American Citizens

Apparently, there’s bad blood between the two Stasi-state controllers.

Stasi state but most Americans don't realize it. (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

The National Security Agency (Gestapo spy center) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Stasi enforcement) apparently have a little riff going on, and the NSA has just exposed the fact that the FBI improperly surveilled 16,000 American citizens. Of course, during Obama’s reign (now reborn thanks to the election rig), the spying on American citizens was rampant.

The Gateway Pundit explained:

Some Background

Throughout 2020 the Black Lives Matter terrorist group was linked to conservatively 91% of the riots that resulted in the most expensive property damage in US insurance history.

There were zero Trump rallies that turned violent during that same time period.

Then on January 6, after one million Trump supporters rallied with President Trump at the Ellipse outside the White House, some 900 individuals went inside the US Capitol. Over 400 have since been arrested, including those who were waved into the US Capitol by the police standing at the exits.

Since January, the Deep State and Democrats will not release videotapes to Republican lawmakers from January 6th inside or outside the US Capitol.

Earlier this week Revolver News published an important piece on the “unindicted co-conspirators” in the Jan. 6 attack who were never charged by the DOJ or FBI for their part in the violence on Jan. 6.

The “unindicted co-conspirators” were frequently the most violent and leaders of the assault on the US Capitol. They are also likely FBI informants.

We also reported earlier this week that we have proof that the FBI was actively recruiting military members to infiltrate and spy on the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys before the Jan. 6 protests.

On March 23rd, The Gateway Pundit posted this article on former Green Beret Jeremy Brown – in this report, Brown provides evidence that he was recruited by the FBI.

Tonight we obtained a bombshell.

This started this morning with our post related to Ty Clevenger and how the FBI responded to his FOIA request and basically said that they would only provide the documents Clevenger requested at a certain pace and based on Clevenger’s calculation based on the number of documents, this exercise will take decades for the FBI to provide him all the documents he requested.

After we posted this, this afternoon Clevenger received a letter from the National Security Agency (NSA).  In the letter the NSA promised to provide records related to the FBI’s illegal spying on Americans:

Buckle up, kids. The National Security Agency has agreed to produce records about the FBI’s illegal snooping on 16,000 Americans, according to a letter that I received from the NSA this afternoon, and that suggests a political fight between the two agencies.

The NSA replied to the exact same request Clevenger provided to the FBI where he received the response it would take the FBI decades to respond.

Clevenger believes there may be some friction between the FBI and NSA:

As you may recall, Admiral Mike Rogers tried to shut down FBI access to the NSA database in 2016 (while he was serving as NSA director) after learning that FBI contractors were illegally searching the database. Over at The Conservative Treehouse, Sundance has built a solid case that FBI contractors were exploiting the NSA database for opposition research on political enemies (also see here and here and here). One of the contractors with access to the NSA database, for example, appears to be Fusion GPS, which helped Christopher Steele’s produce the infamous “Russian collusion” dossier. In fact, it appears that one of the mistakes in Steele’s report, i.e., that President Trump’s personnel attorney Michael Cohen made a trip to Prague, was the result of an illegal search of the NSA database (which produced travel records for the wrong “Michael Cohen”).

Given the history of animosity between the FBI and NSA over misuse of the database, I cannot help but wonder whether the NSA is taking a shot at the FBI by preemptively producing the records that the FBI refused to produce, i.e., records of the FBI’s ongoing illegal surveillance of U.S. citizens. The FBI is downright dangerous, and perhaps some patriots at the NSA recognize that. Consider, for example, the growing evidence that the FBI not only infiltrated but helped orchestrate the January 6, 2021 “insurrection” at the U.S. Capitol…

…Speaking of FBI chicanery, read today’s post in The Gateway Pundit about the FBI’s attempts to hide documents related to the Wikileaks fiasco. And consider this recent court filing about the FBI’s ongoing attempts to hide records about murdered DNC employee Seth Rich (the FBI has gone so far as to lie to federal courts). Tucker Carlson is right about the FBI: it’s dirty, dirty, dirty, and it may be the single greatest threat to our individual liberties.

Now we know without a doubt that the FBI is spying on thousands of Americans and is infiltrating various entities in America and setting people up for crimes.

One has to wonder if there are any political hit jobs on any conservatives in the US that are not set ups by the FBI.