There's an old expression, "if you shoot at the king, you better kill him."
Well, the insane former CIA Director John Brennan has ignored this good advice and has doubled down on his ridiculous criticism of President Trump on the heels of his security clearances being pulled by the administration.
“Well, I called his behavior treasonous, which is to betray one’s trust, and to aid and abet the enemy,” Brennan said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “And I stand very much by that claim.”
NBC’s Chuck Todd asked the ex-CIA head if he perhaps had gone too far with his remarks against the president.
“Well, I think these are abnormal times and I think a lot of people have spoken out against what Mr. Trump has done,” Brennan replied.
Brennan told Todd he’s contemplating taking legal action in an effort to prevent Trump from pulling the security clearances of his critics.
The press conference, Brennan said, was “nothing short of treasonous.”
Treasonous? How's this for treasonous"
Brennan spied on the U.S. Senate, then lied repeatedly about spying on the U.S. Senate. He supported torture programs until they were no longer politically expedient, and he lied about drone war kills,
Brennan would do better to leave the ethics lectures to the ethical.
Posted by Nikki Schwab on August 19, 2018