A former director of the NSA, the focus of the documentary, A Good American, who developed algorithms for a Federal program called “Thin Thread” that predicted the 911 attacks, posted on Twitter that he knew where to find the data that Robert Mueller’s team reportedly wiped clean before an investigation.
“Re Muller team deleting text msgs: This won’t do. If gov wants those msgs, all they have to do is go to NSA Stellarwind data base and pull them out as all sms going over the cell network are captured & stored forever. @DevinNunes knows this,” Binney wrote.
Recently a Judicial Watch lawsuit by President Tom Fitton uncovered that up to 30 phones containing text messages between the Mueller investigative team were damaged after they came into question in an investigation into their actions to overthrow President Donald J. Trump.
“The pandemic of ‘wiped’ phones among the Mueller team requires a criminal investigation of this destruction of evidence and potential obstruction of justice,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “DOJ and FBI hid these records for nearly 2 years, only adding to the coverup.”
Lawmakers are calling for an investigation into the phone data.
According to Binney, this is his Twitter account, we can confirm. Binney describes himself as,”Former NSA Tech Director from the movie “A Good American”, testified to German Bundestag & UK House of Lords to stop illegal mass surveillance on the world.”
Binney has spoken out about the corrupt collection and storage of data on people around the world, including Americans, considering it an invasion of privacy, so it is ironic that he here reminds Federal investigators where to find the stored data on up to 30 phones, which potentially could point to an illegal coup to overthrow a sitting US President.
In the video, Rep. Devin Nunes, ranking member of the House Intell Committee, talked to Maria Baratromo about the phones that Mueller’s team had wiped clean of data. “They wiped some 30 phones after the texts were found between the “love Birds” between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok in what looks like obstruction of Justice.
“Thank God for Judicial Watch who got this information, clearly everyone on the Mueller team wiped their team. This is destruction of Federal data. We have a fair and equal justice system, and go back and look at the prosecutes. The Republican Party needs to prioritize this. The Democrats weaponized this process. They set a obstruction trap for others, and then they wiped 30 phones, this is infuriating,”Nunes said.
“There is the Durham investigation, and three other US Attorneys are investigating, so hopefully someone is looking into this, Nunes said.
Binney assured the federals that it would be well worth their time to look into his claims, estimating that there is 5 years worth of data being stored on Americans, including possibly corrupt federal workers.