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Sure  why not, investigate the investigators, put the fear on career men in those agencies, because Trump wants to see if they keep quet and don't rebel  
Americans, fight for your Democracy, because it has never been in the danger that it is today. don't think that you can not see  things like that happening in you country because they are. little by little you are loosing liberties and freedom take notice.

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John Brennan has the right to remain silent...  Good move John.  Your gig is up and Mr. Durham is getting close...

 

 


Yes he does. Now answer the question I asked you about this subject. When one starts a thread they have a duty to respond from what they know.

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John Brennan has the right to remain silent...  Good move John.  Your gig is up and Mr. Durham is getting close...

 

 

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Maybe Brennan has a life outside Twitter unlike the tweeter in chief. My Twitter account has been silent for decades.

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Something Strange About John Brennan’s Twitter Account

 

BY: Sabastian Gorka

 

Radio host Sebastian Gorka spotted something very unusual about former CIA Director John Brennan’s twitter account today. Gorka tweeted, “Why hasn’t @BarackObama’s chief bagman @JohnBrennan not appeared on Social Media for 9 days now?”

 

Brennan typically posts at least every day or two, usually to take a jab at Trump or one of his associates. But he’s gone quiet.

 

I know what might explain it. It’s been a week since NBC reported that Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham planned to expand their investigation and were said to be interested in interviewing Brennan and his colleague, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.

 

That had to be a blow and I’ll bet social media is just about the last thing on his mind.

I guess that’s what happens when you interfere in a U.S. election. Then, when you don’t get quite the result you were shooting for, you decide to do whatever it takes to overturn it. Not good for the soul John.

 

Oooh! I’m looking back at some of his previous tweets. Most of them are directed toward President Trump.

 

He does include several positive comments. Actually, he praises Mitt “Pierre Delecto” Romney for his courage and integrity! He writes, “How many other Republican Senators are ready to show the courage, integrity, & principled position of Senator Romney?”

 

Hopefully none.

 

He concludes with, “Thank you, Senator, for putting our Nation & our Constitution above party politics & the corrupt behavior of Donald Trump.”

 

In another tweet, he congratulates former National Security Advisor Susan Rice on her new book and commends her for her values. Did he catch what Susan said this week about Sen. Graham? Classy lady.

 

I bet Brennan was really rocked last night when he heard that Durham’s administrative review had shifted into a criminal investigation. At least he didn’t go on television to explain it all to us like his buddy, Andrew McCabe.

 

We may not be hearing much from Brennan in the near future. After all, finding just the right lawyer has got to be a very time consuming process. Poor Johnny.

 

 

 

 

 


Three articles on the same subject? Why. John Brennan has nothing to fear so you can rest at ease. By the way you do know Barr was told by the British that what he is  trying to prove was not true. Fact is so far every foreign govt. has said that. Tell me why do you think everyone  before Barr turned down Dictator Trumps order to do this. Tell us about the Grand Jury that refused to press charges against one of the prime people Barr is trying a second time to get. Did you see tonight that in Syria a group of Turks militia captured a very famous Kurd Commander who really helped the US, and we saw film of her being mistreated. Her family said they have lost contact with her. This is what an ally of the US now gets due to Trump. Do you approve of that? How long will it be till we see film of our troops being treated the same way due to Trump.

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Something Strange About John Brennan’s Twitter Account

 

BY: Sabastian Gorka

 

Radio host Sebastian Gorka spotted something very unusual about former CIA Director John Brennan’s twitter account today. Gorka tweeted, “Why hasn’t @BarackObama’s chief bagman @JohnBrennan not appeared on Social Media for 9 days now?”

 

Brennan typically posts at least every day or two, usually to take a jab at Trump or one of his associates. But he’s gone quiet.

 

I know what might explain it. It’s been a week since NBC reported that Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham planned to expand their investigation and were said to be interested in interviewing Brennan and his colleague, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.

 

That had to be a blow and I’ll bet social media is just about the last thing on his mind.

I guess that’s what happens when you interfere in a U.S. election. Then, when you don’t get quite the result you were shooting for, you decide to do whatever it takes to overturn it. Not good for the soul John.

 

Oooh! I’m looking back at some of his previous tweets. Most of them are directed toward President Trump.

 

He does include several positive comments. Actually, he praises Mitt “Pierre Delecto” Romney for his courage and integrity! He writes, “How many other Republican Senators are ready to show the courage, integrity, & principled position of Senator Romney?”

 

Hopefully none.

 

He concludes with, “Thank you, Senator, for putting our Nation & our Constitution above party politics & the corrupt behavior of Donald Trump.”

 

In another tweet, he congratulates former National Security Advisor Susan Rice on her new book and commends her for her values. Did he catch what Susan said this week about Sen. Graham? Classy lady.

 

I bet Brennan was really rocked last night when he heard that Durham’s administrative review had shifted into a criminal investigation. At least he didn’t go on television to explain it all to us like his buddy, Andrew McCabe.

 

We may not be hearing much from Brennan in the near future. After all, finding just the right lawyer has got to be a very time consuming process. Poor Johnny.

 

 

 

 

 

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I think the drama Queens that one poster posts over and over again, are the only ones who are "shaking in D.C." as the evidence of a unhinged President is piling up.....what are they going to do????

 

They'll mimic dt's assertions, "I know nothing about Russia", "Not interested", and they'll dig for any tidbit they think would undermine Mueller's work, while using his same case history.  They'll attempt to sling more and more garbage to obfuscate, yes, dt becomes more unhinged daily.  Fact.  His campaign rallies are aimed at securing his sainthood status with his cult, his continual lying in efforts to avoid prison, while he offers nothing in any form about leading this country. 

Mostly, they'll keep trying to rewrite history with fingers crossed that citizens are as dumb as they hope they are.

 

FBI warned Trump in 2016 Russians would try to infiltrate his campaign

WASHINGTON — In the weeks after he became the Republican nominee on July 19, 2016, Donald Trump was warned that foreign adversaries, including Russia, would probably try to spy on and infiltrate his campaign, according to multiple government officials familiar with the matter.

 

The warning came in the form of a high-level counterintelligence briefing by senior FBI officials, the officials said. A similar briefing was given to Hillary Clinton, they added. They said the briefings, which are commonly provided to presidential nominees, were designed to educate the candidates and their top aides about potential threats from foreign spies.

 

The candidates were urged to alert the FBI about any suspicious overtures to their campaigns, the officials said.

 

The briefings were led by counterintelligence specialists from the FBI, the sources said. They were timed to occur around the period when the candidates began receiving classified intelligence, the officials said, which put them at greater risk for being targeted by foreign spies. Trump's first intelligence briefing as Republican nominee was Aug. 17, 2016, sources told NBC News at the time.

 

Trump was "briefed and warned" at the session about potential espionage threats from Russia, two former law enforcement officials familiar with the sessions told NBC News. A source close to the White House said their position is that Trump was unaware of the contacts between his campaign and Russians.

 

"That the Republican and Democrat nominee for president received a standardized briefing on counterintelligence is hardly a news story," said Raj Shah, a White House spokesman. "That NBC News hears about the contents of this classified conversation due to an inappropriate leak is a news story."

 

It's unclear whether the warning about Russia was passed on to other campaign officials.

 

Still, the revelation that the Trump campaign was warned about spying threats from Russia and other adversaries, which has not been previously reported, casts a new light on the Trump campaign's dealings with Russians in the months before the November election.

 

As a former senator and secretary of state, Clinton would have been familiar with counterintelligence briefings, having already held a top-level security clearance. Trump, who was in his first political campaign, may have been hearing some of the information for the first time.

 

Trump would have been told, "If you see these kinds of contacts please let us know about them so we can keep you updated on the threat picture," said Frank Montoya, a former FBI counterintelligence agent and supervisor who retired in 2016.

 

The situation was complicated by the fact that the FBI had already become aware of contacts between members of the Trump campaign and Russia, and was beginning to investigate further. Former CIA Director John Brennan has said he told the FBI about a pattern of contacts the CIA observed between members of the Trump team and Russians, and former FBI Director James Comey said the bureau then began investigating in July 2016.

 

Montoya and other former FBI officials told NBC News the FBI would not have wanted to compromise that investigation by saying too much in the counterintelligence briefing of Trump.

 

By the time of the warning in late July or August, at least seven Trump campaign officials had been in contact with Russians or people linked to Russia, according to public reports. There is no public evidence that the campaign reported any of that to the FBI.

 

After the FBI warning, the candidate's son, Donald Trump Jr., exchanged Twitter messages in September with Wikileaks, which the U.S. intelligence community publicly accused in October of acting as an agent in Russia's covert operation to interfere in the election.

 

For example, on Sept. 20, WikiLeaks wrote to Trump Jr. that "a PAC run anti-Trump site putintrump.org is about to launch," according to messages first published by the Atlantic magazine. "The PAC is a recycled pro-Iraq war PAC. We have guessed the password. It is 'putintrump.' See 'About' for who is behind it. Any comments?"

 

The next morning, the Atlantic reported, Trump Jr. responded to WikiLeaks. "Off the record I don't know who that is, but I'll ask around. Thanks."

Trump Jr.'s lawyer, Alan Futerfas, did not dispute the Atlantic's reporting.

 

That same month, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, then a senator running the Trump campaign's foreign policy operation, met with Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, in his Senate office -- a meeting he failed to disclose during his confirmation hearing. (Sessions said he routinely met with foreign officials as a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.)

 

"If I give you a defensive briefing and the illicit behavior continues, I'm not going to just scratch my head over that, especially if I see continued interference," Montoya said. "If we're telling these guys stuff and they are not acting on it, then we're going to keep that as evidence."

 

Frank Figliuzzi, a former head of FBI counterintelligence and an NBC News analyst, said counterintelligence briefings "provide an opportunity for investigative subjects to be transparent with the bureau and to come back if such contacts are occurring because of admonishments by the bureau."

 

If they fail to do that, he said, "a couple of factors could be at play: They didn't spread the message to the rest of the team or there is some form of guilty conscience that prohibits them."

 

The Trump team had contacts with Russians throughout the campaign......(continues)

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/fbi-warned-trump-2016-russians-would-try-infiltrate-his-campaig...

 

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“You can see hands shaking in D.C. and night sweats pouring. I think there are a lot of people in the media establishment and in their allies in the Department of Justice who are trembling this night,” he said, adding that “what goes around comes around.”

 

I think the drama Queens that one poster posts over and over again, are the only ones who are "shaking in D.C." as the evidence of a unhinged President is piling up.....what are they going to do????

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‘Brennan freaking out with adult Depends right now’

 

BY:  Frieda Powers

 

Conservative commentator and radio show host Dan Bongino blasted former CIA Director John Brennan who he claimed is “freaking out” over the latest developments in the Justice Department’s probe of the Russia investigation.

 

The former Secret Service Agent joined Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday to weigh in on reports of the transition of U.S. Attorney John Durham’s review into the origins of the Russia probe into a criminal investigation.

 

That shift allows the prosecutor to subpoena witnesses for testimony and documents, to file criminal charges and to impanel a grand jury if needed.

 

The initial investigation into potential FBI and Justice Department misconduct related to the Trump 2016 presidential campaign has been expanding, with reports indicating that Durham has been interested in interviewing Brennan, along with former national security adviser James Clapper and other former Obama administration intelligence officials.

 

The report on Durham’s investigation status comes as anticipation also builds for the release of DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on his investigation into alleged abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

 

Bongino believes Brennan is joining the Deep State panic.

 

“They need this impeachment right now because John Brennan is wearing a pair of adult Depends right now,” he said on “Hannity” Thursday.

 

“John Brennan is on tape, Sean, on tape on video, you can all see it, acknowledging publicly he hadn’t seen the dossier until December. Remember that?” he continued, adding that “that’s not possible.”

 

“Because in August, John Brennan briefs [former Senate Majority Leader] Harry Reid and the Democrats up on the Hill and the information he briefs them on, Sean, mysteriously – for the liberals listening – August, December.  August is before December, right?” Bongino recounted.

“That information in Harry Reid’s letter pursuant to his briefing by Brennan, that Harry Reid sends to the FBI, where is it from?” he continued.

 

“That’s right, it’s only in the dossier that Brennan claims he hadn’t seen ’til December. For the liberals watching again, August is before December and that’s why Brennan is freaking out with his adult Depends right now because he realizes he is on record lying the entire time,” Bongino explained.

 

“I think he even lied to FBI agents about where he was getting this information from. He constructed a parallel construction operation to get the FBI to investigate a guy he had no law enforcement powers to operate against,” Bongino argued. “The facts are clear as day on this. Even the FBI…seems floored at the idea that Brennan and his CIA may have been talking to Steele before that. They are freaking out right now.”

 

Bongino’s view of that panic was echoed by Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera earlier as he weighed in on the shift in Durham’s investigation.

 

“You can see hands shaking in D.C. and night sweats pouring. I think there are a lot of people in the media establishment and in their allies in the Department of Justice who are trembling this night,” he said, adding that “what goes around comes around.”

 

“They savaged this president in a very unfair process. They started from even before he assumed office. They ravaged his inner circle, they made everybody in the West Wing paranoid and made snitches of all of them,” Rivera added.

 

“He has defied them all. He has survived in office,” he said of the president. “It’s time for those who falsely accused him to pay the piper, Sean. This is a gigantic development. This is the beginning of a sea change, I believe.”

 

 

 

 

 

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All The Russia Collusion Clues Are Beginning To Point Back To John Brennan

 
The evidence suggests John Brennan’s CIA and the intelligence community did much more than merely pass on details to the FBI. It suggests they fabricated events completely.

 

BY:  Margot Cleveland

 

Last weekend, NBC News reported that the Justice Department’s probe into the origins of the Russia collusion investigation is now focusing on the CIA and the intelligence community. NBC News soft-peddled this significant development by giving former CIA Director John Brennan a platform (a pen?) to call the probe “bizarre,” and question “the legal basis for” the investigation. Politico soon joined the spin effort, branding the investigation Attorney General William Barr assigned to Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham “Trump’s vengeance.”

 

However, if the media reports are true, and Barr and Durham have turned their focus to Brennan and the intelligence community, it is not a matter of vengeance; it is a matter of connecting the dots in congressional testimony and reports, leaks, and media spin, and facts exposed during the three years of panting about supposed Russia collusion. And it all started with Brennan.

 

That’s not how the story went, of course. The company story ran that the FBI launched its Crossfire Hurricane surveillance of the Trump campaign on July 31, 2016, after learning that a young Trump advisor, George Papadopoulos, had bragged to an Australian diplomat, Alexander Downer, that the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton. This tip from Downer, when coupled with WikiLeaks’s release of the hacked Democratic National Committee emails and evidence of Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election, supposedly triggered the FBI’s decision to target the Trump campaign.

 

The Real Story Is Different

 

But as the Special Counsel Robert Mueller report made clear, it wasn’t merely Papadopoulos’ bar-room boast at issue: It was “a series of contacts between Trump Campaign officials and individuals with ties to the Russian government,” that the DOJ and FBI, and later the Special Counsel’s office investigated.

 

And who put the FBI on to those supposedly suspicious contacts? Former CIA Director John Brennan.

 

“I encountered and am aware of information and intelligence that revealed contacts and interactions between Russian officials and U.S. persons involved in the Trump campaign that I was concerned about,” Brennan told the House Intelligence Committee back in 2017. Whether or not there was collusion with Russia, Brennan didn’t profess to know, but he passed on the information to the FBI to reach a conclusion.

 

“It’s not CIA’s job to make a determination about whether a U.S. person is cooperating, colluding, or whatever in some type of criminal or legal matter,” Brennan explained, stressing that instead, “it is our responsibility to give the Bureau everything that they need in order to follow that path and make such a determination and recommendation if they want to press charges.”

 

The evidence suggests, however, that Brennan’s CIA and the intelligence community did much more than merely pass on details about “contacts and interactions between Russian officials and U.S. persons involved in the Trump campaign” to the FBI. The evidence suggests that the CIA and intelligence community—including potentially the intelligence communities of the UK, Italy, and Australia—created the contacts and interactions that they then reported to the FBI as suspicious.

 

Creating a Russia Collusion Narrative

 

Stefan Halper features prominently in the plot. All-but-officially outed by the government as a CIA source, the aging academic had contact with at least four members of the Trump campaign. Halper’s job of connecting targets with Russians, however, dates back to January 2014, when he worked at Cambridge University alongside Sir Richard Dearlove, the former director of the British intelligence service MI6, and Christopher Andrew, the official historian for the British counterintelligence group MI5.

 

In January 2014, according to a lawsuit filed against Halper for defamation by the Russian-born Svetlana Lokhova, Dearlove and Andrew invited her to attend a group dinner with U.S. Gen. Michael Flynn. At the time, Flynn served as Barack Obama’s director of national intelligence.

 

The dinner went forward as planned on February 28, 2014, with Halper, Dearlove, and Andrew all in attendance, alongside Flynn and Lokhova and several others from the Cambridge community. After dinner, according to Lokhova’s complaint, “Andrew invited Lokhova to address General Flynn,” and they had a brief public exchange about her academic research on Russia. Then, as laid out in her lawsuit, after “General Flynn informally became an advisor to the Trump presidential campaign, . . . Halper came back into the picture,” with Andrew inviting Lokhova and Halper to join him for dinner at his house.

 

While the 2014 dinner went unnoticed at the time and seemed of no concern to the Obama administration, after the Russia collusion narrative gained steam, the media reported that “US intelligence officials had serious concerns about Michael Flynn’s appointment as the White House national security adviser because of his history of contacts with Moscow and his encounter with a woman who had trusted access to Russian spy agency records.” Other outlets made clear the then-unidentified woman was Lokhova.

 

So, had Halper and his British intelligence counterparts arranged Flynn’s incidental meeting with the Russian-born Lokhova and then reported that contact to the FBI to later justify spying on Flynn?

 

Halper Sure Gets Around

 

Halper also crossed paths with Trump campaign advisor Carter Page at a symposium held in Cambridge in mid-July of 2016, shortly after Page spoke at the New Economic School in Moscow. Page “said he did not detect anything untoward from Halper,” although the former Trump campaign advisor also “noted that in their first conversation at Cambridge, Halper said he was longtime friends with then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort.”

 

When asked whether Halper raised Russia as a topic of conversation, Page told me that his “interactions with Halper from the very beginning originated and was based upon our mutual interest as foreign policy scholars.” Page added that “the specifics of those conversations are a long forgotten memory,” given that at the time, some three years ago, they were but “innocuous interactions with this professor.” But “it seems unlikely I wouldn’t have discussed such generalized topics related to Russia with him.” After all, Page stressed, he had lived and worked in both London and Russia, and for much of the past century the Washington-Moscow relationship had been central to foreign policy.

 

So, had Halper chatted up Page to prompt the Trump aide to speak of Russia and his Russian connections? And did Halper then relay those connections to the CIA, which then fed them to the FBI?

 

After the FBI launched its investigation into the Trump campaign at the end of July 2016, Halper reached out to Sam Clovis, Trump’s national co-chairman. Clovis, who met with Halper in the D.C. area, similarly described their conversation as innocuous, and focused “mostly on foreign policy issues, including China.”

 

While Clovis didn’t mention any talk of Russia, the same cannot be said about Halper’s outreach to Trump advisor Papadopoulos. In September 2016, Halper and a woman posing as Halper’s research assistant, “Azra Turk,” met with Papadopoulos in a London bar, asking him directly whether the Trump campaign was working with Russia, which Papadopoulos denied.

 

Earlier this year, The New York Times reported that the FBI had directed Halper and Turk to contact Papadopoulos, while the Russia-conspiracy mainstay instead portrayed the Page contact as coincidental. But was it? And what about the Flynn set-up at Cambridge? Were those instead additional efforts to create connections and conversations about Russia to justify the FBI launching an investigation into the Trump campaign?

 

Same Pattern, Different Agents

 

Then there’s Joseph Mifsud, who arranged for Papadopoulos to connect with myriad real and fake Russians, with his cover as a Russian-connected academic serving as the supposed impetus to launch Crossfire Hurricane. While we do not yet know who ran the Mifsud operation, given that Barr and Durham returned to the United States with two Blackberry devices used by mystery man rules out the possibility that he served as a Russian or otherwise hostile agent: No foreign adversary would allow his smartphones to be appropriated by the enemy.

 

Mifsud’s presence at the Russia Today dinner gala at which Flynn was seated next to Putin adds to the questions concerning Mifsud, his handlers, and his role. Was Mifsud responsible for creating or highlighting connections between Trump campaign members? Did Mifsud then share this invented “intel” with the CIA, which then fed it to the FBI?

 

Felix Sater is another suspicious character. Back in 1998, none other than Andrew Weissmann—more recently known as Mueller’s pitbull and No. 2 in the special counsel investigation—approved a cooperation agreement with Sater that kept the felon out of prison. From publicly available information, as late as 2005, Sater continued to cooperate with the FBI. And reports indicate Sater continued as an FBI and CIA asset much longer.

 

So, was Sater working for the FBI or CIA when he pushed his connections to Putin to Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen? Did Sater relay those exchanges to the CIA to construct more suspicious connections with Russia?

 

And what about the infamous Trump Tower meeting? Had that been arranged to create yet another connection between the Trump campaign and Russians?

 

These are the questions Barr and Durham should be asking themselves to arrive at the bottom line: Were the Russia connections contrived by the CIA, and was Brennan the plotter-in-chief hoping to prevent a President Trump—or to destroy him later?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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