Trump 2020 Advisory Board Member Tells John Brennan He’s Going to Jail

An advisory board member for President Donald J. Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign took to Twitter to make a bold prediction about the future of former CIA Director John Brennan.

“Tick-tock Johnny…just a matter of time before men with badges and guns come to put the cuffs on you…the opportunity to see you wearing orange is drawing nearer as more of your co-conspirators are discovered and prosecuted…so – enjoy your last days of freedom,” said Tony Shaffer.

Shaffer is retired U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel and intelligence officer. He shot back at Brennan for accusing Trump of “recklessness” and “fear mongering.”

There has been a great deal of speculation about the fate of high level intelligence officers from the Obama administration, like Brennan. It appears that the bogus “Russian collusion” investigation, led by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, will come to a head after the midterm elections.

Recently, George Papadopoulous, who was convicted and sentenced to 14 days in jail for lying to FBI during the investigation, went public with the claim that Joseph Misfud, the spy that coerced him into a meeting regarding intel on Hillary Clinton, was a British spy, not a Russian spy. That meeting predicated the Obama administration’s surveillance on Trump’s campaign.

Big League Politics reported:

Evidence has emerged that British intelligence aided John Brennan in his “Operation Crossfire Hurricane” plot to sink the President Donald Trump campaign with the assistance of Iranian-born FBI agent Peter Strzok.

“To be clear: Australian media is reporting on air that ‘the professor,’ Joseph Mifsud, the man who told me about ‘Clinton’s emails,’ was not a Russian agent, but a British agent. If this is confirmed, this is the biggest scandal in modern political history,” said George Papadopoulos, the former Trump outside campaign adviser who was set up in England alongside Carter Page.

When Wikileaks published the Democratic National Committee email leak in July 2016, Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook immediately pointed to circumstantial evidence that he received regarding alleged contact between Wikileaks — based in the Ecuadorian embassy in London — and the Russians. The Hillary Clinton campaign was ready to go with the “Russia” narrative, right then and there, even though a report found that the leak came from a DNC insider.

Misfud has since disappeared, unable to located for questioning.

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