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‘John Brennan should be very nervous’: Ex CIA chief facing day of reckoning for peddled misleading lies on TV for 2-years

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There has come a day of reckoning for critics of President Trump in the wake of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report to Attorney General William Barr.

As Barr’s letter Sunday indicated that the report cleared the 2016 Trump campaign of any collusion with the Russian government, it also turned angry attention to those who have peddled the lies in the two-year “witch hunt,” as the president repeatedly called the probe, like House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and former CIA Director John Brennan.

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ABC correspondent Terry Moran believes that Brennan, who has been a vocal critic of the president, has “a lot to answer for.”

Moran tweeted his comments along with a video of Brennan’s MSNBC interview earlier this month making his predictions about Mueller’s report and suggesting he had some kind of inside information and that even members of Trump’s family could be in trouble.

Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept called out MSNBC for hiring the former intelligence official as a political analyst as the network fed its viewers “utter bullsh**” for two years.

Pollster Frank Luntz agreed, calling out the “speculative nonsense” by Brennan and the fact that there has been no admission that the ex-CIA director “turned out to be laughably wrong.”

Brennan has frequently slammed Trump in unprofessional tweets and comments in interviews that seem surprising coming from a once CIA director. He was so sure, like many on the left, that Mueller’s investigation would lead to the president’s downfall.

He was so wrong.

“I think I suspected there was more than there actually was,” he told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough on Monday.

And there are plenty calling for some consequences for Brennan and his ilk after all the hate and disinformation they peddled to the American people. White House press secretray Sarah Sanders told reporters Monday that if Congress “is so gung-ho to call people up to the Hill,” they should start with Brennan, fired FBI chief James Comey and former Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper.

Frieda Powers


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