Departing CIA director John Brennan took aim at Russia and the potential for improved relations between our two nations on Sunday, criticizing Donald Trump’s handling of national security matters. Brennan has long been believed to be a practicing Muslim who converted while working in Saudi Arabia. He also may have overridden the decision of his subordinate as the CIA Station Chief in Jeda, and ordered the visas for the 9/11 hijackers approved. He’s known to have a close relationship with Hussein Obama, and clearly they have a lot in common.
Brennan is doing his part in the Democrat campaign to discredit Mr. Trump, posing as the objective intelligence professional when he’s actually a compromised political appointee heading an agency that falls short of expectations. Their endorsement of the claims of the Democrats and Hillary Clinton campaign that the Russians are responsible for passing the truth on to the American people have yet to be substantiated. We’re supposed to just take Brennan at his word, he’s at least as honest as Obama.
While neither Mr. Trump or the nation benefit from a public feud between the incoming President-elect and the outgoing political tool, the fact that there is a leak at the top of the CIA is becoming obvious, to the point that Mr. Trump was compelled to conduct his own sting operation for leaks and snaring the intelligence officials he met with in the process.
It is this “pillar of credibility and service to his nation” that ventured into the public realm that CIA Directors normally shun, in order to criticize Mr. Trump for what he called carelessly “talking and tweeting” without understanding Russia’s threat to the US.
Russia is a threat to ISIS, having turned the tide in Syria at a most critical time in favor of the Syrian government forces. That presented the terrorist group, ISIS, the Obama foot soldiers in the war, with what is evolving into a nasty defeat. ISIS is believed to be a joint product of Saudi Arabia and the Obama regime, likely created by the CIA.
Brennan said in a condescending manner, in an interview on Fox News Sunday, “Now that he’s going to have an opportunity to do something for our national security as opposed to talking and tweeting, he’s going to have tremendous responsibility to make sure that US and national security interests are protected. I think he has to be mindful that he does not have a full appreciation and understanding of what the implications are of going down that road.”
Trump had replied on Wednesday to the leak of the damaging false document in a tweet, saying, “Intelligence agencies should never have allowed this fake news to ‘leak’ into the public. One last shot at me. Are we living in Nazi Germany?”
Brennan took public exception to the depiction if for no other reason than because he can. What’s Trump going to do, fire him? He said, “What I do find outrageous is equating an intelligence community with Nazi Germany. I do take great umbrage at that, and there is no basis for Mr. Trump to point fingers at the intelligence community for leaking information that was already available publicly.”
Brennan didn’t say he didn’t leak it, just that he was offended and that there was no basis that he knew of for the assertion to be made. Maybe He’s not as good at all of that spy stuff as he thinks he is.
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