NSA Whistleblower: Agency Illegally Recording Trump’s Phone To Oust Him

NSA are illegally taping Donald Trump's phonecalls according to an insider

An NSA whistleblower claims that the National Security Agency are illegally monitoring President Donald Trump’s phone calls in order to oust him from the White House.

William Binney, the architect of the NSA’s surveillance program, claims the agency is actively monitoring Trump’s every move, despite the fact that it is illegal to do so.

In a recent radio interview with Aaron Klein Investigative Radio, the NSA whistleblower said that the recent leaks about Trump’s telephone conversation with the President of Australia and the details about his conversation with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto all originate from within the NSA.

Breitbart.com reports:

Regarding Flynn’s case, Binney stated of the NSA:

If they weren’t behind it, they certainly had the data. Now the difference here is that FBI and CIA have direct access inside the NSA databases. So, they may be able to go directly in there and see that material there. And NSA doesn’t monitor that. They don’t even monitor their own people going into databases.

So, they don’t monitor what CIA and FBI do. And there’s no oversight or attempted oversight by any of the committees or even the FISA court. So, any way you look at it, ultimately the NSA is responsible because they are doing the collection on everybody inside the United States. Phone calls. Emails. All of that stuff.

He was speaking on the podcast edition of this reporter’s talk radio program, “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and Philadelphia’s NewsTalk 990 AM.

During the interview, Binney referred to a 2008 report referencing two NSA whistleblowers who said they worked at the agency’s station in Fort Gordon, Georgia and were asked to not only monitor phone calls of U.S. citizens but transcribe them.

Utilizing data provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden, the Guardian and Washington Post in June 2013 released a series of articles reporting that the NSA was collecting the telephone records of millions of Americans.

Prior to those reports, National Intelligence Director James Clapper claimed on March 12, 2013 during an open session of the Senate Intelligence Committee that the NSA was not “wittingly” collecting data on Americans.

“Not wittingly,” Clapper said when asked whether the NSA was spying on U.S. citizens. “There are cases where they could inadvertently, perhaps, collect, but not wittingly.”

During the interview, Binney charged that the NSA was over-funded and out of control.

He offered recommendations for how he says Trump can reign in the agency:

He can order that they put a filter on the front end of all their collection that eliminates any U.S. citizens anywhere in the world unless they have a warrant for it. If they don’t, then he has to put people in jail if they violated.

So, I mean, that’s the way to do it. The other way is to cut their budget. I mean they are given too much money anyway. When they are given too much money, they get to do wild and crazy things. And this is wild and crazy. Violations of the Constitution’s 4th, 5th, and 6th amendments.

On Wednesday, Trump singled out the NSA and FBI in a series of tweets about Flynn’s case as well as reports in the New York Times and Washington Post claiming further contacts between Trump advisors and Russia.

The Times on Tuesday seemed to be quoting from intercepted phone calls to report on alleged contacts between Trump campaign aides and Russian intelligence agents.

The Times reported:

Phone records and intercepted calls show that members of Donald J. Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and other Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the election, according to four current and former American officials.

American law enforcement and intelligence agencies intercepted the communications around the same time they were discovering evidence that Russia was trying to disrupt the presidential election by hacking into the Democratic National Committee, three of the officials said.

  • rcwarbirdbuilder

    And we the taxpayers have to pay for agency’s like this.

  • Thinksee

    Like who runs these systems ,,, they have gone rogue … OMG
    it is like one of those crazy movies , where everybody that seems good or is supposed to be good
    is bad. How absolutely crazy is that?

    • Eileen Kuch

      Time to rein in these agencies – NSA and CIA, especially – and prosecute their directors for high treason.

  • magus

    Time for some editors to be brought in under Sedition Act.

  • disqus_lkVjMrnsGt

    Years ago I could type email messages at a very fast pace. Now when I type a whole sentence in a matter of seconds nothing shows up on the screen. There’s an enormous delay between what is typed and what displays, forcing me to wait a while before continuing to type. It’s as if every word is going out to be analyzed, and processed, by some automated surveillance system, before being returned to my computer. Perhaps it’s just an artifact of my email system, but it makes me wonder.

    • Cosmic Pulse

      I’ve had that before, your device is telling you that it is running slow. Could be bogged down with malware.

    • U make The Call

      Do a recovery and stop being coerced into upgrading. Happened to mi laptop as soon as I upgraded firefox

  • Michelle Magee

    You know what? At this point I could care LESS if Trump had contact with Russia….