Wow! The creeps in the intel community are coming out of the closet to cheer on the corruption. The chilling comments below are a sign that these men are feeling confident they won’t be punished for their crimes. Every American should be sickened by this!
Watch Brennan below as he brags about his colleagues in the trenches at the “2020 Vision: Intelligence and the U.S. Presidential Election” event at the National Press Club:
Former CIA director John McLaughlin on Trump’s impeachment: “Thank God for the deep state”
And then John Brennan excitedly chimes in with this nugget on the whistleblower coming from the intel community:
They’re “fighting in the trenches here and overseas … I’m just pleased every day that my former colleagues in the intelligence community continue to do their duties.”
.@JohnBrennan on the whistleblower coming from the intel community: They're “ighting in the trenches here and overseas … I’m just pleased every day that my former colleagues in the intelligence community continue to do their duties.” pic.twitter.com/7YW9lkQMj0
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 31, 2019
Brennan has been implicated in many ways as Joe diGenova states in the video below:
Brennan, Clapper, and Comey should all go down.
PREVIOUS REPORTS ON BRENNAN:
In a stunning betrayal by the mainstream media of an Obama crony, ABC News Senior National Correspondent, Terry Moran demanded that Obama’s former CIA director, John Brennan, be held accountable for misleading the American public with his lies about secret intel he was in possession of, as it related to the Trump-Russian collusion fairytale.
John Brennan has a lot to answer for—going before the American public for months, cloaked with CIA authority and openly suggesting he’s got secret info, and repeatedly turning in performances like this.
John Brennan has a lot to answer for—going before the American public for months, cloaked with CIA authority and openly suggesting he’s got secret info, and repeatedly turning in performances like this. pic.twitter.com/EziCxy9FVQ
— Terry Moran 🇺🇸 (@TerryMoran) March 25, 2019
John Brennan has consistently been one of the loudest critics of President Trump, suggesting over and over that he was guilty of collusion and even guilty of “treason,” with absolutely no evidence to back up his irrational claims against a sitting President of the United States.
In December 2018, Brennan reminded everyone of how Trump is living rent-free in his head, as he posted an incredible response to President Trump’s tweet about his former sleazy lawyer, Michael Cohen. In his tweet, Brennan arrogantly told Trump he was relieved that our duly elected president would not be able to run for office again.
Whenever you send out such inane tweets, I take great solace in knowing that you realize how much trouble you are in & how impossible it will be for you to escape American justice. Mostly, I am relieved that you will never have the opportunity to run for public office again.
Whenever you send out such inane tweets, I take great solace in knowing that you realize how much trouble you are in & how impossible it will be for you to escape American justice. Mostly, I am relieved that you will never have the opportunity to run for public office again. https://t.co/JzB6YH8C6H
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) December 10, 2018
During a scathing interview, Center for Security Policy analyst Fred Fleitz reveals to Fox News’ Martha MacCallum how the crooked former CIA chief John Brennan may have perjured himself over testimony about anti-Trump Steele dossier.
Under oath, Brennan has denied knowing the Clinton campaign commissioned the dossier. He also told the House intelligence panel the CIA didn’t rely on the dossier “in any way” for its reports on Russian interference. Committee staff are taking a second look at his May 2017 testimony.
“The best way to skew an intelligence assessment is to limit the number of players,” said Fred Fleitz, who worked as a CIA analyst for 19 years and helped draft national intelligence estimates at Langley. He says “there is no question in my mind” that political propaganda from the dossier made it into the January 2017 assessment.
In mid-August, 2018, President Trump revoked John Brennan’s security clearance. Here is a portion of his statement, where President Trump shares the reasons behind his decision that include calling into question Brennan’s objectivity and credibility.
As the head of the Executive Branch and Commander in Chief, I have a unique constitutional responsibility to protect the nation’s classified information, including by controlling access to it. Today, in fulfilling that responsibility, I have decided to revoke the security clearance of John Brennan, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Historically, former heads of intelligence and law enforcement agencies have been allowed to retain access to classified information after their government service, so that they can consult with their successors regarding matters about which they may have special insights, and as a professional courtesy. Neither of these justifications supports Mr. Brennan’s continued access to classified information.
First, at this point in my administration, any benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his erratic conduct and behavior.
Second, that conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that may have been due to him. Mr. Brennan has a history that calls into question his objectivity and credibility.
On August 19, 2018, Obama’s former director of national intelligence, James Clapper was asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper to respond to Brennan calling Trump’s widely panned press conference alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin “nothing short of treasonous.” Tapper asked Clapper, “Do you think that John Brennan’s hyperbole is an issue here, is one of the reasons we’re having this crisis?”
Clapper responded by throwing Brennan under the bus, “I think it is,” Clapper said. “I think John is sort of like a freight train, and he’s going to say what’s on his mind. I think, though, that the common denominator among all of us that have been speaking up, though, is genuine concern about the jeopardy or threats to our institutions and values, although we may all express that in different ways, and I think this is what this is really about. But I think John and his rhetoric have become an issue in and of itself.”
Now, for the big question—Will John Brennan, James Clapper, his former boss, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Bruce and Nellie Ohr, Andrew McCabe, James Comey, and all of the players who worked so hard to overthrow a duly elected President of the United States be held accountable?
This is about destroying all sorts of norms to commit a coup. They want Trump gone.