A former CIA Station Chief is speaking out regarding former Director of Central Intelligence John Brennan’s bizarre behavior on television – where he’s hoisted on reporters’ shoulders as if he won the World Series, the Super Bowl and the Nobel Peace Prize all at once.
Brennan has discovered that at some point in the investigation of the alleged attempt to oust President Donald Trump he will be interviewed by Attorney General Bill Barr’s de facto special prosecutor, U.S. Attorney John Durham, and that fact alone has changed Brennan’s vitriolic and scurrilous statements on his new home at MSNBC with the rest of the elite America-hating paragons of journalism, according to retired CIA Station Chief Brad Johnson.
During one of his interviews with MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, Brennan announced that he’s going to be interviewed by Durham, and he looks like the proverbial deer caught in an automobile’s headlights. (See video at end of story.)
Suddenly – or so it seems – Brennan showed that he is a far cry from being author Ian Fleming’s superspy James Bond and more like the secret agent of TV fame Maxwell Smart, according to Gary Oldsteen, a former state police officer from California, now a contract security executive.
The former Obama White House national security advisor, like a slippery politician in the tradition of Bill Clinton, James Comey, and his former boss Obama, Brennan admitted on Monday that he may have “relied on faulty [bad] information” for his disrespectful and frequent attacks on President Trump. In fact, that is what his job for MSNBC entails: giving reporters and anchors credibility when they displayed their viciousness and deep-seeded hatred for Trump, his family and Trump’s supporters.
Brennan told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough – a former GOP RINO congressman — that he may have been misled on the extent of Trump’s connections to Russia. Unfortunately, by spouting his hatred for Trump to thousands of viewers, he was also perhaps guilty of misleading MSNBC’s dwindling audience.
“Well, I don’t know if I received bad information, but I think I suspected there was more than there actually was,” Brennan said. “I am relieved that it’s been determined there was not a criminal conspiracy with the Russian government over our election.”
Brennan is now noticeably reacting to the final report by Attorney General William Barr released that states there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Brennan still maintained that there were inappropriate attempts to communicate with the Kremlin but said he was “not all that surprised that the high bar of criminal conspiracy was not met.”
If Scarborough was really a professional journalist he would have asked about Brennan’s admission that there was no criminal conspiracy between Trump and the Russians, what does the “suspected closet Muslim” think about the latest Democratic Party allegations against Trump and his administration and the Ukrainian government.
Now, retired CIA Station Chief Brad Johnson explains how the coup against President Trump looks to him like it’s a CIA operation that has Brennan’s fingerprints all over it.
Johnson feels this impeachment effort has been engineered by John Brennan. Johnson also believes Brennan is now “desperate” because he knows he will be indicted for his role in this illegal coup.
News broke late yesterday that John Durham, the veteran U.S. Attorney based in Connecticut who has been assigned to investigate the perpetrators of the “Russian-collusion hoax,” is expanding his staff’s focus and numbers.
It is absolutely predictable that this news will further panic already skittish congressional Democrats. Expect them to respond by ramping up their party’s well-honed ability – aided and abetted by the mainstream media – to deflect attention from Mr. Durham’s inquiry by intensifying their kangaroo-court-style Trump impeachment proceedings.
Fortunately, the White House Counsel has just forcefully challenged the legitimacy of Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment gambit. Notably, she hasn’t sought – let alone secured – a vote by the full House of Representatives to begin a formal impeachment inquiry into the President. As a result, he and the chamber’s Republicans are seriously disadvantaged by an unfair and rigged process.