Rand Paul says John Brennan started out his adult life voting for the Communist Presidential candidate, finished life as most biased, bigoted, unhinged CIA Director
Senator Rand Paul isn’t the most likely supporter to speak out for President Trump. He has been a vocal critic at times especially of the Presidents Supreme Court nominees. But Paul came out in defense of the President after his summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. Many on the left and the right criticized the President for seeming to throw the US Intelligence Services under the bus and defend Putin.
Former CIA chief John Brennan who isn’t smart enough to exercise his right to remain silent came out and called the President treasonous because of his remarks in Helsinki.
Brennan tweeted about the Presidents meeting with Putin. “Donald Trump’s press conference in Helsinki rises to and exceeds the threshold of “high crimes and misdemeanors.” It was nothing short of treasonous. Not only were Trump’s comments imbecilic, he was wholly in the pocket of Putin. Republican Patriots where are you.
Rand Paul responded to those comments. “John Brennan started out his adulthood by voting for the Communist Party presidential candidate. He’s no now ending his career by showing himself to be the most biased, bigoted, over the top, hyperbolic director of the CIA we have ever had.
.@RandPaul: "John Brennan started out his adulthood by voting for the Communist Party presidential candidate. He's now ending his career by showing himself to be the most biased, bigoted, over-the-top, hyperbolic sort of unhinged director of the CIA we've ever had." pic.twitter.com/XhUXxgWGmv
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John Brennan has a lot of nerve criticizing President Trump. Much less calling him treasonous. He worked for quite possibly the most corrupt administration in the history of this country.
Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton if you want to talk about being in the hip pocket of Vladimir Putin. What would you call selling him 20% of the US uranium for a payoff to the Clinton Foundation. And what did Barack Hussein Obama mean when he told the Russian President to tell Vladimir Putin to wait until after the election he would have a lot more freedom in his second term?