John Brennan is terrified after William Barr launched one investigation to destroy him
Since the election of President Trump, former CIA Director John Brennan has made it his life’s mission to destroy President Trump.
He regularly takes to his Twitter account to accuse Trump of treason.
But now he’s terrified after William Barr launched one investigation to destroy him.
William Barr is dedicated to getting to the bottom of the fake Russia Collusion Scandal.
That’s why he has U.S. Attorney John Durham investigating the origins of the investigation witch hunt.
And Brennan, for the first time, commented on the investigation, stating that he is “concerned” about it.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Former CIA Director John Brennan said he is “concerned” about the Justice Department’s review of the origins of the Russia investigation.
The “investigation into the investigators” has been underway since the spring, and reports this week showed Attorney General William Barr has taken a more expansive role in it than previously known, pressing foreign leaders to cooperate with the DOJ.
During an interview Wednesday, Brennan said he is “supposedly” going to be interviewed by John Durham, the U.S. attorney tasked with leading the review. Brennan said by all accounts Durham is a man of “integrity” but added Barr has proven himself to be the “president’s attorney.”
“Given that Barr is now accompanying Durham on these things, it really makes me think that the hand of politics and of Trump are now being used to massage what this ongoing review quasi-investigation is. So I am concerned,” Brennan said on MSNBC.
Brennan has good reason to be worried about the outcome of this investigation.
Former Rep. Trey Gowdy has hinted that Brennan will be implicated for wrongdoing in the investigation, urging Durham to look into emails between Brennan and former FBI Director James Comey.
He believes those emails will prove that both Brennan and Comey did not see Christopher Steele, the former British Spy who compiled the infamous Trump-Russia dossier, as a credible figure.
Despite that, Steele’s dossier was used as the primary piece of evidence to obtain FISA surveillance warrants against Trump officials, and to eventually form Robert Mueller’s special counsel.