Former Attorney General Michael Mckasey turns tables on John Brennan

Former Attorney General Michael Mckasey turns tables on John Brennan. Mr. Mckasey points out two serious issues that former CIA Director Brenna has to answer for. Brennan’s personal attacks are one of the issues. Brennan has made unsubstantiated claims about President Trump’s state of mind. That is unethical behavior at the very least. The second question is how did a CIA assent become an FBI resource in Operation Crossfire Hurricane. That operation has to do with spying on the Trump campaign. The CIA is restricted from domestic issues, that is what the FBI does. How did they operate hand in hand?

As Written and Reported By Brendan Kirby for Lifezette:

Former CIA Director John Brennan has been on the warpath against President Donald Trump, and on Friday, former Attorney General Michael Mukasey turned the tables.

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Appearing on “The Laura Ingraham Show,” Mukasey — who served under President George W. Bush — ripped Brennan’s conduct since leaving office. Brennan (pictured above right) said Friday on the “Today” show that Trump had displayed “paranoia, insecurity” and that he tweets about independent counsel Robert Mueller as if he were guilty.

“John Brennan, when this is over, is gonna have a lot to answer for … because his participation in, or the participation of CIA in providing an informant to be used in connection with the Mueller investigation, I think is a story that hasn’t yet been told,” Mukasey said.

Mukasey noted that the informant, Stefan Halper, was a “CIA asset.” Reportedly, Halper was working for FBI counterintelligence agents and made contacts with several figures associated with Trump’s 2016 campaign in an attempt to uncover ties to Russia.

Depending on the role that the CIA itself played, it might have crossed more than ethical lines, he said…….

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