The Obama administration’s last CIA director went on tv and repeatedly suggested that the sitting President committed treason and was an agent of the Russian Federation
It is hard to overstate how reckless, stupid, and damaging to the reputation of the intel community this was
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) March 25, 2019
On Monday, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough asked former CIA director and Obama henchman, John Brennan if he was surprised by Mueller’s findings: “I’m just curious, did you receive bad information throughout this process like so many of us did that there was more there than ended up in the report regarding collusion?”
“Well, I don’t know if I received bad information, but I think I suspected that there was more than there actually was,” Brennan responded:
Brennan on MSNBC: Well, I don't know if I received bad information but I think I suspected there was more than there actually was. I am relieved that it's been determined there was not a criminal conspiracy with the Russian government over our election. pic.twitter.com/V2D7Cg9KsV
— Wojciech Pawelczyk 🇵🇱 (@PolishPatriotTM) March 25, 2019
And I am relieved that it’s been determined there was not a criminal conspiracy with the Russian government over our election. I think that’is good news for the country. And So I still point to things that were done publicly, or efforts to try to have conversations with the Russians that were inappropriate, but I’m not all that surprised that the high bar of criminal conspiracy was not met.
I am surprised that that second part of obstruction of justice in terms of how it came out. I don’t know whether or not Bob Mueller wanted the attorney general to pronounce on that issue or whether or not Bob Mueller felt it was for Congress and the American people to determine whether the weight of the information indicates that Donald Trummp did try to obstruct justice.
So there are some suprises there, and that’s why I think getting to the full Mueller report is the best way to get some of these if not all of these questions answered.
John Brennan just unintentionally admitted to his Russiagate confirmation bias today:
“Well, I don't know if I received bad information, but think I suspected that there was more than there actually was…”@ScottAdamsSays
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 25, 2019