Russian Collusion Clues All Point Back to John Brennan

How crazy has the last year been? You probably have to pause for a minute to remember who John Brennan is. There have been that many false scandals this year. It’s hard to remember important things that might date back as far as 2017.

For those who don’t keep a close eye on politics, here’s your reminder. Brennan was the director of the CIA from 2013 to 2017. When President Trump took office, Brennan lost that job pretty quickly.

Now, look at those dates again. Knowing that Brennan was running the CIA in 2016, you’re going to suspect that he at least knew about the illegal spying on the Trump Campaign. If you’re as cynical as the rest of us, you’ll assume that he was a key figure in making that spy campaign a reality.

Well, your cynicism is well-placed. There’s new information available, and it pretty much confirms everyone’s suspicions. Brennan directly and deliberately collaborated with then President Obama and other higher-ups in the DOJ in order to try to sabotage the Trump election Campaign.

This is not the time to take someone’s word for it all. Watch the video. Get the facts. Share the facts. Everyone needs to understand this situation. It’s pure corruption, and unless we shine an endless spotlight on it, we’ll never beat it. This is how we take this country back from the swamp monsters.


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