Former CIA Chief John Brennan seems to be pretty nervous after the Mueller report came out because it showed that the Trump Campaign in no way colluded with the Russian government. William Barr has also made it clear that he is going to be on the offensive as Attorney General which seems to be making Brennan nervous.
According to the Gateway Pundit, “John Brennan was spooked after Attorney General Bill Barr said in a Senate hearing that the “upper echelon” of Obama’s Intel agencies spied on Trump’s 2016 campaign.” The “upper echelon” of Obama’s Intel agencies involves Brennan himself.
On Wednesday, Barr sent the entire Democratic party including the media into a nervous breakdown after he noted that he has reason to believe that the Trump campaign was spied on during the months before the 2016 election.
“I think spying did occur,” Barr said during his hearing to the Senate. “But the question is whether it was adequately predicated and I am not suggesting that it wasn’t adequately predicated but I need to explore that. I think it’s my obligation… I am not suggesting those rules were violated, but I think it is important to look at that. And I am not talking about the FBI necessarily, but intelligence agencies more broadly.”
This statement by Barr really seemed to ruffle Brennan’s feathers considering he ran to the nearest far Left media outlet which happened to be MSNBC’s ‘Hardball’ with Chris Matthews.
Brennan stated that he was “disappointed” with Barr for daring to say “Spying.”
“I was very disappointed in what Attorney General Barr said today about spying,” Brennan said.
After this comment, Brennan went on to spread more conspiracy theories to take the attention off himself. The house of cards is falling and Brennan will be one of the first to go.
— Hardball (@hardball) April 10, 2019
Check out what the Gateway Pundit reported:
Brennan’s buddy James Clapper got the memo and immediately ran to CNN where he attacked Bill Barr and also said he was “disappointed” in the Attorney General, then spread more Russia conspiracy theories.
“I thought it was both stunning and scary,” Clapper, who served under Obama, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper. “I was amazed at that and rather disappointed that the attorney general would say such a thing. The term ‘spying’ has all kinds of negative connotations and I have to believe he chose that term deliberately.”
Former CIA Chief John Brennan and James Clapper both promoted Hillary’s fraudulent dossier and now a real Attorney General threatens to expose their role in Spygate.
Brennan perjured himself in a May 2017 testimony when he said he did not include Hillary’s phony dossier in the IC report.
The reason why Brennan is so nervous when it comes to using the “S” word, spying, is because he is deeply involved with Spygate.
Check out the recent tweet from Paul Sperry:
Brennan's fingerprints all over #SpyGate scandal:
Brennan + GCHQ
Brennan + "fusion cell" + Obama briefs
Brennan + Strzok + ICA
Brennan + congressional briefings on dossier
Brennan + Harry Reid + pressuring Comey
Brennan + Nellie Ohr
And on & on …https://t.co/Jy2LKL62Q3
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) August 1, 2018
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