John Brennan’s nasty Twitter comments confirm Trump suspicions

In one angry, over the top Tweet, former CIA Director John Brennan exposed the bias that exists in the intelligence community for all to see. His ugly and highly critical response to the firing of FBI Deputy Director was a stark revelation. Then there was the piling on by Obama’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Samatha Power. Her warning to the President seem to forbode grave consequences for the President for daring to piss off Brennan. After the Twitter outcry, she began to immediately walk back her comment. What this all does it prove the President correct in assuming there is a cabal against him hidden within the shadow government. 

As Written and Reported By Joel B. Pollak for Breitbart:

Former CIA Director John Brennan reacted to the firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe — and President Donald Trump’s celebration of it — by tweeting a strident attack against Trump:

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The president’s critics seems to like Brennan’s tweet. In fact, it confirmed what Trump has been saying all along: that the senior leadership of the intelligence and federal law enforcement services had become highly politicized.

That impression was only reinforced further by a tweet from former UN Ambassador Samantha Power — whose full role in “unmasking” Americans who appeared in foreign intelligence wiretaps has yet to be exposed:


Power’s warning echoes that of Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY), who warned…….


John Brennan Tweet Confirms Donald Trump’s Concerns About Politicized Intelligence | Breitbart


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