WHITE HOUSE: We Are Looking To Revoke Security Clearances for Operation Crossfire Hurricane Team
President Donald Trump is reportedly considering revoking the security clearance of Obama administration CIA director John Brennan and the other conspirators in Operation Crossfire Hurricane, the Obama administration’s failed bid to use intel operatives to defeat Trump in the election and undermine his presidency.
Brennan has reportedly continued working against President Trump from behind the scenes, with his top operatives including Peter Strzok still employed by the federal government intelligence agencies.
Trump’s move to block Brennan will hopefully prevent more classified information from being leaked by anyone close to Brennan, like James Comey — who leaked classified information to the press.
The Washington Examiner reports: “Not only is the president looking to take away [Former CIA Director John] Brennan’s security clearance, he’s also looking into the clearances of Comey, Clapper, Hayden, Rice and McCabe,” press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters.”
Strzok, a Brennan deputy, was a CIA agent who was only temporarily working for the FBI in the failed bid to defeat Trump. Strzok, born in Iran, is somehow still making moves for the Deep State and getting paid for it. Strzok’s documented work for the CIA puts Brennan squarely at the center of the controversy.