Ex-CIA Chief Brennan Contrite, Could’ve Received “Bad Information” Pushing Russia Hoax
Former CIA director John Brennan, one of the leading purveyors of Russia conspiracies, seemed to take a repentant and humbled tone when confronted on the Mueller probe that flamed out over the weekend.
Speaking to MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, Brennan said that he “didn’t know if [he] recieved bad information,” and admitted that he “suspected there was more than there actually was.”
Brennan’s contrite admission of possible fault contrasts sharply with his months of grandiose proclamations claiming that Donald Trump and his close associates were going to be indicted by Robert Mueller for actual collusion with the Russian government during the 2016 election.
The career bureaucrat has gained attention for spiteful and grand attacks on the President on Twitter, breaking with the mold traditionally expected of former CIA directors by embracing the role of an intense partisan.
Big League Politics has reported extensively on Brennan’s involvement with the Obama administration’s teeing off of the Mueller investigation and skid-greasing for the tenuously obtained FISA court warrant.
Brennan has already had his security clearance revoked by the President in response to his transformation into a political commentator. The utter flop of the Russia conspiracies alleged by Brennan and other Deep State-linked figures makes the decision to remove clearance authority even more justified in hindsight- it’s alarming to think that a sensationalist liberal such as Brennan had wide-ranging and free access to classified information he could and would have likely used for partisan political purposes.
Brennan appeared unwilling to completely concede defeat on falling for the hoax, questioning whether Robert Mueller wanted Attorney General William Barr to release a summary of the special counsel’s findings that cleared President Trump from misconduct.
It’ll be interesting to see what kinds of dramatic proclamations the Deep State-linked partisan will resort to after his favorite conspiracy theory has gone up in flames.
Watch Brennan’s segment here:
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