Alex Jones and Project Dragnet
Alex Jones may have just found the smoking gun. His YouTube video has six-figure views as of today. Whereas my book delves into the deep background and the fascinating history of the entire conspiracy, Jones and his colleagues may have stumbled onto the greatest find of the century that indeed validates Trump’s claims.
The story goes like this: a certain sheriff in Arizona recently received a document from an NSA whistleblower, whose identity is unknown. To have access to this type of information, he has to be a current NSA employee or agent.
The sheriff then contacts Alex Jones in Texas and Alex calls Dr. Jerome Corsi and other close advisers. The document is referenced as Project Dragnet and appears to show a log of the entire surveillance against Donald J. Trump, his family and associates since 2003. It contains hundreds of thousands of entries, as well as verified cell phone contact data that was intercepted.
Dr. Jerome Robert Corsi is an American author, political commentator and conspiracy theorist best known for his New York Times bestselling books. He then contacts, in due course (and this now past tense):
- The Department of Justice
- His contacts within the White House
- Members of Congress (including one Congressman whose first name is Tom)
Dr. Corsi is planning a visit to Washington as well this coming week to continue the discussions and the release of the material. He certainly needs our prayers.
While this information is still undergoing the vetting process, this information may well be what President Trump and Sean Spicer referred to just last week when they indicated that we should just “wait a couple of weeks” for disclosure to occur. Either that or Donald Trump knew about the forthcoming revelations from the House Intelligence Committee. Maybe it’s all of the above.
For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open. -Luke 8:17
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