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Imagine a scenario in which a top-risk intelligence officer places in the USA, because he could not see, when the President was a joke. It almost sounds like the plot for a comic strip.

Well, that is exactly what is in the case of the former Director of the CIA, John Brennan, according to Scott Adams, Creator of the popular “Dilbert” Strips.

In a Twitter message Thursday, Adams, Brennan suggested, to claim that the former CIA chief in the year 2016 that President Trump was a joke, when the then-candidate urged Russia to Hillary Clinton, the missing E-Mails.

Scott Adams talks about the CIA Directors, who may not recognize, jokes, RBS scum, and coffee. https://t.co/wR8JuMymw3

— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) August 16, 2018

“So Brennan may have started one of the most important political witch hunts in the story is based on do not recognize a joke — and I’m not,” Adams wrote.

“So Brennan may have started one of the most important political witch hunts in the story is based on do not recognize a joke — and I’m not making that up.”

– Scott Adams, Creator of “Dilbert.”

“I feel pretty confident to say that what I have just said is literally true: that the head of the CIA has almost the United States was destroyed because he couldn’t understand an obvious joke, was a joke.”

The comments came after Brennan proposed to the White house for Stripping him of his top security clearance Wednesday for a review of the permission on several top-Obama-era intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

The former CIA chief wrote in an explosive op-ed in the New York Times, say that the President – by to find the comment about Russia, Clinton’s E-Mails are encouraged, in July of 2016, and empowered his followers to cooperate with the Kremlin.

“The already difficult work of the American intelligence and law enforcement communities at the end of July 2016 has been hampered … if Mr. Trump, then a presidential candidate, called on the public to find Russia, the missing E-Mails from Mrs. Clinton,” Brennan wrote.

“By issuing such a statement, Mr Trump only the promotion of a foreign nation was not to collect intelligence against a citizen of the United States, but also open to authorize his followers to work with our primary global adversary against his political opponents,” he added.

The Trump administration justified the decision to revoke the security clearance of Brennan, said he “has a history that calls his credibility into question,” and accused him of “using” the distance to make “wild outbursts” and complain about the current government.

“The President has a constitutional responsibility for the protection of classified information and who has access to it, and that is what he is doing is the fulfillment of that responsibility in this action,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said on Wednesday.

But, the cartoonist, said to distinguish Brennan-deserved defeat of the safety review will not be able to an obvious joke at the height of a political race, a mistake that eventually led to the efforts to the enlightenment of the trump campaign.

“Now, if you do not have to be endangered for a guy who is willing to, the stability of the whole, because he has the difference between a joke and a serious statement, then the guy to lose his security clearance at least to get,” said Adams.

“I would not want him anywhere near a decision. Would You? After he reacted like Brennan to a public joke, you would want to be with him, do not make important decisions about everything?

“I mean, this is stuff some of the scary,” Adams wrote.

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.

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