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Brennan sounds like someone trying to cover their tracks: Rep. Wenstrup
REP Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) describes how the former Director of the CIA, John Brennan, on the goal the President took Trump on Twitter for the revocation of his security clearance.
John Brennan gathered numerous high-powered defense attorney in his corner about his safety check collision with President Trump, but some well-known special-ops heroes will be in Shanghai on what the former Director of the CIA got what he deserved.
Kris “Tanto” Paronto, a former Army Ranger and private security contractor who was part of the CIA team, fought back, while the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, an accused Brennan of the implementation of his “policy” before it is used in the field.
“My principles are greater than the distances to John, especially when you and the @CIA-kool-aid-drinker are not punished us with the Benghazi cover-up story to protect you, @Hillary Clinton & @BarackObama failures. Put your policy in front of us,” Paronto tweeted on Thursday evening, in response to Brennan’s tweet that “his principles are worth far more than the distances.”
My principles are greater than the distances to John, especially when you and the @CIA-kool-aid-drinker are not punished us with the Benghazi cover-up story to protect you, @Hillary Clinton ‘s & @BarackObama ‘s fault. Put your policy in front of us. https://t.co/qWFWujKthL
— Kris Paronto (@KrisParonto) August 16, 2018
Paronto helped write the book “13 hours”, later in a film about the Benghazi attack. He said he and his team lost their security clearances for the comment.
Security involved before under confidentiality agreements to sign, although Brennan said, the legislature in 2014 that this is not a specific effort to prevent them from speaking to Congress.
Paronto continued his attack against Brennan on Twitter on Thursday, firing a round of allegations against the former Director of the CIA.
..Or caught lying to Congress OR caught spying on Pres. Candidates for, OR are caught with their positions to influence U.S. elections, OR caught manufacturing stories about attacks on US personnel in Libya OR the provision of arms to support ISIS militias in Syria ..shall I continue @John Brennan ? https://t.co/Vk6ui6SmR7
— Kris Paronto (@KrisParonto) August 17, 2018
Meanwhile, numerous executives from the intelligence community defended Brennan, is calling President Trump to cancel the decision of his security check “ill-considered and unprecedented.”
12 EX-INTEL-OFFICIALS-SLAM-TRUMP-CARD FOR ‘ILL-CONSIDERED AND UNPRECEDENTED” ACTION AGAINST BRENNAN
“The President of the action about John Brennan and the threats of similar measures against other former members of the government, has nothing to do with who should and should not, hold clearances, security—and everything to do with an attempt to suppress free speech,” the letter from 12 former intelligence officers read.
“As individuals, valued and contributed to the fact that the right of Americans to free expression—also wrote when this right has been used to criticise us—, signal -, is inappropriate and deeply regrettable,” she said.
The group included six former CIA Directors, especially retired army Gen. David H. Petraeus, former Director of national intelligence, James Clapper, the security check is also under consideration at the White house; and five former Deputy Directors of the CIA.
Other high-ranking officials, William McRaven, the commander of the U.S. Joint Special Operations command from 2011 to 2014, and oversaw the Navy SEAL RAID in Pakistan killed Osama bin Laden, wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post Thursday, urging Trump to “resist to call my security check.”
TRUMP IS THE EX-CIA DIRECTOR JOHN BRENNAN ‘ S SECURITY CLEARANCE
McRaven called Brennan “a man of unparalleled integrity,” and said he would “consider it an honor,” his security clearance withdrawn, and then add his name on “the list of men and women watching, in front of your presidency.”
“If you think for a moment that their McCarthy-era tactics McRaven wrote to suppress the voices of criticism, you are sadly mistaken,”. “The criticism until you would be praying to be a leader.”
Robert O’neill, the SEAL Team 6 member who killed Osama bin Laden, respectfully do not agree with McRaven.
“I have nothing but respect and love for the ADM-McRaven. Yes I saw that. We do not agree,” O’neill tweeted with a link to McRaven, op-ed.
I have nothing but respect and love for the ADM-McRaven. Yes I saw that. We do not agree. https://t.co/pidL6PZQhV
— Robert J. O’neill (@mchooyah) August 16, 2018
But O’neill reserved a Twitter burn for the former Obama foreign policy adviser Ben Rhodes, the propagated, the ex-Director of the CIA involvement in the killing of the 9/11 mastermind in 2011.
“John Brennan was the point person for the Obama White House on the operation of Osama bin Laden being killed. He knows a lot more about the defense of our nation, as someone who used to punish safety distances, tweeted his political opponents,” Rhodes.
John Brennan is the point person for the Obama-White-House on the operation of Osama bin Laden being killed. He knows a lot more about the defense of our nation, to punish, as someone who used safety distances, which his political opponents.
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) August 15, 2018
O’neill replied: “Actually, @brhodes, 23 conservatives went after UBL. No offense, in case you were wondering.”
Actually, @brhodes , 23 conservatives went after UBL. No offense, in case you were wondering. https://t.co/yujmBYuTFd
— Robert J. O’neill (@mchooyah) August 15, 2018
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