J. Kirk Wiebe worked as a senior analyst at the NSA from 1975 to 2001. In the aftermath of 9/11, he was among a handful of NSA employees who stumbled upon a secret program at the agency to monitor the communications of millions of U.S. citizens. Wiebe and his colleagues decided to approach inspector generals at the Defense Department and Justice Department with what they found.
He'll tell US today! Tune in!
Wiebe may or may not have legitimate gripes about the NSA. Wiebe, however, blew his credibility (IMO) when he hired Klayman to sue the NSA. (Klayman was later replaced and the plaintiffs voluntarily dismissed that suit.) Credibility further ruined by appearing on Gallups' show.
Wiebe, of course, also called Montgomery a fraud because his data is junk. I have no doubt that Wiebe will not be asked about Montgomery (nor will callers be invited ask their own questions).