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Bombshell :Truth About Obama’s CIA Director

The American Spectator has just published a stunning article on the complicity of Obama’s CIA Director, John Brennan, in the whole ‘Trump wiretapping’ scandal that is now being buried by the mainstream media.

In a shocking story, the Spectator states that it was Brennan who, wishing to save his job under a Hillary Clinton presidency, used a dubious claim by a foreign nation to gather intelligence of Donald Trump and his staff.

The article claims that “the seed of the espionage into Trump was planted by Estonia…in April 2016.” Estonia was motivated to sabotage the Republican candidate by the false rhetoric from Hillary that “Trump was going to pull out of NATO and leave Baltic countries exposed to Putin.”

So, Estonia dropped unsubstantiated claims of Russian influence over Trump on the desk of the CIA via Britain’s MI5.

Brennan was all too happy to use the ‘intel’ against Trump. This deserves a bit of background.

 

Brennan has a very disturbing history that should have exempted him from office. The Spectator reports that besides being a “supporter of the American Communist Party at the height of the Cold War”, Brennan was an avowed fan of Islam and a rabid apologist for the death cult.

 He “despised Trump for his alleged ‘Muslim ban,’ a matter near and dear to Brennan’s heart. Not only was he an apologist for the Muslim Brotherhood, but Brennan’s Islamophilia dated to his days in college, when he spent a year in Cairo learning Arabic and taking courses in Middle Eastern studies.”Brennan’s affinity for Islam made General Mike Flynn, the victim of the wiretapping scandal, a persona non gratis for the CIA Director. Brennan hated Flynn’s lack of political correctness and his vow to reset relations with the Muslim world.The pieces are coming together and it appears that President Trump was not only right about being monitored, but may have uncovered the true face of the Deep State.

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