Still - Can't Trust CIA, Russia Claims Under Compromised Director Brennan
Bill Still reports on John Brennan, the CIA Director and why we shouldn’t trust that information produced by an agency run by him is either objective or accurate. He cites an article in WND which highlights eleven reasons why Brennan and the CIA can’t be trusted. Farah opens with a quote from Ambassador John Bolton that urges caution when dealing with Brennan.
Bolton says, “I believe intelligence has been politicized in the Obama administration to a very significant degree.” Still says, “Brennan is a bad actor and has been for some time. When he was sworn in as DCIA, not with his hand on a Bible but on a copy of the original draft of the US Constitution, without the Bill of Rights. In other words, without the restrictions on the federal government preventing a citizen’s rights to freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and the right to keep and bear arms.”
Still continues, “In his 1980 graduate thesis at the University of Texas at Austin, Brennan argued against freedom of the press and for the federal government to be able to censor out inflammatory articles that could evoke rebellion. He wrote, ‘I am in favor of some degree of government censorship. Inflammatory articles can provoke mass opposition and possible violence, especially in developing political systems.'”
Bill Still also notes that WikiLeaks revealed, “it was Brennan who was behind the witch hunt of journalists who reported embarrassing Obama administration leaks. Last month Brennan warned Donald Trump that scrapping the nuclear deal with Iran would be the height of folly.”
He continues with the most dangerous side of Brennan, his terrorism ties. He says, “Brennan is arguably a supporter, if not a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. For years Brennan has met with Brotherhood officials and participates in their events. In 2009 he was even their keynote speaker. Why? According to top FBI experts on Islam, Brennan converted to Islam years ago in Saudi Arabia. Brennan has remained a closet Muslim during his tenure at CIA and has been recruited by the Saudis as a counterintelligence agent sitting at the top of our Central Intelligence Agency.”
In 2010, when Brennan was a Homeland “Security” adviser, Brennan stated that having a 20 percent terrorist recidivism rate “isn’t that bad.” Still points out that “that comment prompted one Senator to assert that Brennan had lost touch with reality.”
Still adds, “According to Farah, ‘This is the guy we’re going to [trust to] determine who hacked the DNC and Hillary’s unsecured server?”
Just for the record, boys and grills, and DCIA Brennan: It isn’t the Bill of Rights that gives us our rights and freedoms. It is the Constitution itself, which gives the federal government only LIMITED and DELEGATED powers – “few and defined,” in the rather authoritative words of the Father of the Constitution, James Madison. This business of shyster lawyers and judges trying to parse all meaning out of the words of the Bill of Rights is a fraud. That addendum to the Constitution is only a list of EXAMPLES of the powers that the federal government DOES NOT HAVE/WAS NOT GRANTED in the FIRST place; as both the 9th and 10th Amendments tried to clarify. So, for acting like the federal government can do all sorts of things outwith the specific denials of/contained in the Bill of Rights is farcical, and without legal merit.
Boy, do we have some correcting to engage in, as a nation that has started to lose its way, from the rule of law into the snarky swamp of the rule of men (aka arbitrary law; aka tyranny). Let’s hope that the draining of the D.C. swamp that Trump has promised does the full job that it should. We need it badly.
The entire obuthole administration is corrupt; everyone of them belong in prison for Treason.
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