Bob Goodlatte, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said he and several committee members want former Obama CIA director John Brennan, former FBI director James Comey, and former attorney general Loretta Lynch to testify before Congress.
“We have lots of questions for John Brennan and he will definitely be sought by the Committees for an interview,” Goodlatte told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo.
Goodlatte explained: “This is an extremely disturbing thing to see both him and James Comey — supposedly impartial government officials carrying out their jobs in very important areas in intelligence gathering and law enforcement — express the kind of extreme bias that they’ve shown now, which I think reflects quite accurately on what they were doing back in 2016.”
Goodlatte added, “We will also be talking to Director Comey and former Attorney General Lynch.”
As BizPac Review previously reported, the IG report of Inspector General Michael Horowitz (an Obama appointee) suggests that the 2016 tarmac meeting between Lynch and Bill Clinton was coordinated — contradicting their claims that the meeting was accidental and coincidental.
Several days after the tarmac meeting, the DOJ (which was headed by then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch) decided not to file any charges against Hillary for her unauthorized use of an unsecured, private email server to conduct government business and her mass-deletion of 30,000 emails.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) July 1, 2018
Congressman Goodlatte’s statements come shortly after the FBI released over 400 pages of redacted FISA document applications related to the spying-on of Carter Page, a former aide on the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.
John Brennan is an outspoken Trump-hater and was CIA director under Obama when Russia tried to meddle in the U.S. presidential election. Brennan is now a liberal pundit for CNN who repeatedly trashes President Trump.
Most recently, Brennan claimed Trump committed “treason” because he met with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
Brennan said nothing when Obama and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton both met with Putin. It’s only treasonous when Trump does it.
— Dan Letendre (@dan_letendre) July 19, 2018
Even more alarming than Brennan’s unhinged attacks are reports that he still has top-secret security clearance even though he no longer works for the CIA and is a TV pundit for CNN.
Speaking of treason, Brennan actually had the audacity to say that the intelligence community can “withhold vital intelligence” from Trump, a sitting United States president.
.@POTUS how much longer do we need to listen to this treason POS? Can we just put this one in jail now and we will wait for the rest.
Ex-CIA chief Brennan says agencies can 'withhold vital intelligence' from POTUS in retaliation https://t.co/MsxaRc4bt3
— JJ Truth (@1Romans58) July 18, 2018
Brennan and the media have repeatedly suggested — without a shred of evidence — that Putin has compromising dirt on Trump.
The liberal press has fomented this reckless speculation because President Trump is not declaring war on Russia, a superpower that has nuclear weapons. Putin dismissed the rumors as absurd and illogical, and explained why he has no dirt on Trump.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) July 17, 2018
Putin said before Donald Trump became president, he was not on the Russian government’s radar. When Trump visited Russia in 2013 to attend the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, Putin said he had no interest in spying on Trump because it didn’t occur to him that Trump would ever become president.
“I don’t want to insult President Trump when I say this — and it may come off as rude — but before he announced that he would run for president, he was of no interest to us,” Putin said. “We don’t have enough manpower to organize this.”
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