Evidence is now circulating among lawmakers in Washington that makes the case Obama administration intelligence officials John Brennan and James Clapper hacked FISA court judge Reggie Walton in addition to Supreme Court Justice John Roberts.
The following article is an embarrassment. Yes. An utterly spineless, gutless take on former CIA director, John Brennan’s latest physical threat against the President of the United States. The author is not alone, unfortunately. I can’t remember the last time someone had the guts to call it like it is.
Osama bin Laden, the supposed founder and leader of terrorism conglomerate al-Qaeda, who was supposedly responsible for 9/11 never was hiding in Afghanistan or its damp caves, according to revelations in a new book, from intelligence insiders and highly secret government documents.
Freedom Caucus member Mark Meadows tweeted on the development yesterday afternoon.
Mark Meadows: “Transparency wins. This is absolutely the right call from @POTUS. It’s time to get the full truth on the table so the American people can decide for themselves on what happened at the highest levels of their FBI and Justice Department.
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In a rather interesting part of last Friday’s interview between former CIA Director John Brennan and MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, Mr. Brennan outlined what makes a criminal conspiracy.
Shortly after White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced that President Donald Trump is revoking John Brennan’s security clearance, the former CIA director replied on Twitter:
Did you know:
Brennan was sworn into office not on a Bible, as the tradition goes in America, but on an original draft of the Constitution w/o the Bill of Rights. Get the picture? He was swearing to uphold the Constitution not on a complete copy, but on one that omitted the documents that most clearly limit State powers, such as the First Amendment and Second Amendment, which prohibit the federal government from abridging freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and the individual freedom to bear arms.